Zhongyu Century Grand Hotel
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... site inspection of Ritz first, which in my opinion was more vintage style and probably targeted towards a higher age group whereas Marriott was more contemporary and definitely my choice if I had to choose. We had already been to JW and Ritz in Dubai so the properties here were not comparable to that of Dubai, but from what they lacked, they made it up with their top-notch service. We were greeted by the GM of Ritz and Managing Director of ...
... the best experience you can get when you are willing to get the most out of the trip. They have provided us with valuable information about the culture, history and political situation in China, in order to have more knowledge to better understand the business meetings this week.
During these two days we have visited the Great Wall of China, Tiananmen Square, which is the largest square in the ...
... what they need etc, it went well but a bit nervewracking! Sadly we've seen more friends leave, Alec & Ainhoa to Switzerland, and Craig (my twin, born on exactly the same day!) back to the US. It's horrible having to say goodbye all the time. But it is an excuse for leaving do's, these two were on 2 extremes, one a Azerbaijanin BBQ with all you could drink outside on a lovely terrace, and the other wine tasting at Carrefour, followed by bread, cheese & olives at our local 'Bob's ...
... of the dynasties, I felt that I have to explore every nook and corner of this sprawling complex.
The admission fee was 60 RMB for all adults (seniors 30RMB). Instead of just walking with the tour groups as they just head straight for the largest halls in the central areas (of course these tours will last only half an ...
... lived up to its reputation as being unpalatable. One evening we ordered a few dishes in an attempt to embrace Chinese culture and try something a little different so we shared some pork dumplings, chicken noodles, beef noodles and fried egg rice. The only edible dish was the rice. The texture of the dumplings had my gag reflexes in turmoil, the chicken looked nothing like chicken, the beef was sparse and the noodles were a lot like Thai glass noodles (phlegm-like and ...