Metropolis Inn Beijing Workers Stadium
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... manager, Paula, who invited us back at the weekend. The hotel is beautiful and the service was fantastic.
We went to the TRB (Temple Restaurant, Beijing) for a superb meal. This is a very trendy new restaurant inside a 600 year old buddhist temple. We had mussel soup, lobster, butterscotch and bacon dessert, and a choice of gorgeous cakes and sweets.
... day there. I limited myself to the Ancient China exhibit followed by an exhibit on the history of Chinese currency. Both were fascinating. Unfortunately, they do allow people to take photos which kind of detracts from the museum experience as one finds oneself drawn to photograph things rather than just experience them. Oh well. I think I found an okay balance. Photos from the museum have been added to the backlog of things I ...
... Today was a fun-filled and packed day, indeed. We experienced: A Closoinne Factory Walked on The Great Wall Lunch Strolled the Ming Tombs Way Visited the 2008 Olympic Village site (Birds' Nest up close) Dinner Our merry little tour group is beginning to bond quite nicely. It's a mixed age group - everything from two kids aged 11 and 12, to Seniors in their seventies Tonight we're all in our hotel rooms, happily exhausted and resting up for Day ...
... me old broken china. I'm not sure how old these pieces are, but they are nice enough to look at. I finished walking around the huge lake and ended up near the south entrance of the park (keep in mind I'd not seen all of the park, but it was still many hours later). I ran from that entrance to the east entrance, got some cash (all of it) from the bank and headed back to TIP. [China is a cash culture. I've yet to see anyone use a credit card, even in hotels and ...
... Desk 3 that had sent me to Desk 1 in the first place, he tells me that he simply confirms that passengers have visas before the other desk checks them into their flight. I return to the queue at Desk 3 and, after once again reaching the front of that queue, hand my passport over to the lady and request an aisle seat away from the hockey team. As she didn't speak a word of English, I mimick on the counter with my fingers a person walking down the aisle of ...