Hotel Rose Garden Courtyard
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... for some minor essential items (water etc) at 6.30pm Beijing time! Our girls have done us proud to cope with all of this in just over a 24 hour timeframe, and yet look fresh in their photos with their beaming smiles!
We wish Dr. Dennis, and all the girls a very comfortable deep 'beauty' sleep tonight! As they will definitely need it, with Kung Fu lessons planned first thing in the ...
... site I was dubious about finding any bars and when I say dubious I mean "O'Neill you sure he said this way?" With Áine fit to kill me, we took a walk down this road behind the construction site. There wasn't a sinner in sight for the whole walk there. Then we round the corner to find Beijing's equivalent of Temple bar. Mental I tell ya. With Áine smiling like a Cheshire Cat we walked down Bar street. We came a across ...
... was very smooth. Overall, I was pleasantly surprised by the Dragonair service. Particularly, about the food on the China route – delicious pork-vegetable-rice dish and Häagen Dazs ice cream for dessert – yummy. I slept most of the time, however, I could not catch enough sleep to recover from the on and off of our journey that night. Upon our arrival in Beijing, we all wondered whether there would be a ...
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So, things are going along quite well, I seem to have gotten over the hump of the 1st month or so where everything everyone does ***** you to tears (trust me, there's a lot to **** you in China). School is going quite well, I'm getting good results, even though I still struggle with some of the teaching methods of rote memorisation (more about that in- my other blog I've overcome quite a few hurdles ...
... words. My favorite is "和谐”. The literal meaning of the word is "harmony," but when you use it as a verb there's a different connotation. Because the Chinese government often promotes a "harmonious society" and uses "keeping the harmony" as the reason for censorship, people often refer to censorship as being "harmonized." For example, you can't type the word "penis" in Chinese on the internet. If you do, it will automatically ...