Atravis Express Hotel (Beijing Dongsi)
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... us threw up (or at least it sounded like they did) and most of the people sitting nearby moved away. By the time we landed in Guilin it was well past midnight and the airport had completely closed - walking through an empty departure lounge as we got of the plan was a strange experience. We got a taxi to the hostel and thought we had been ripped off as the meter started on 100¥ but after some discussion we sorted out a flat rate with the driver that was much more ...
... we need so many herbal remedies as Warren is in a critical state and I have lots of women's problems !!! so much that it was going to cost $3790 aus dollars to fix us. We didn't buy any of it but some people sure did. Then to dinner which was a hotpot where you had a pot of boiling water and cooked various bits of verges and meats. It was lots of fun with lots of beer and laughs. It was a great ...
... come Friday evening, and the feeling that I was coming down with the flu, headache, sore throat, aching all over, and I slept from 8pm until 11am the following morning pretty much! I’m sure I’ll be ok once I settle in & get used to it, but for now it’s a shock to the system being back on my feet again after an office role. It’s hit home that I have to look after myself as I will be open to all sorts of germs in the classroom, which I really ...
... Staffs are nice and friendly as well. Moreover, there are free gifts to take at the waiting area. Those are Buddhism books, cd and dvd.
GIANT BUDDHA AT THE LAMA TEMPLE
After lunch, we walked to the Lama Temple. The most interesting thing to see in the Lama Temple is the Giant Buddha at the Ten Thousand Happiness Pavilion, which is located at the rear part of the temple. This Giant Buddha statue is 26 meters high, 8 meters in diameter, 18 meters above ...
... is hard. Friends here have been great and very supportive but it’s different when you’ve not known people very long. It’s weird but when things here aren’t going so well, it feels magnified because you’re away from all the things familiar to you & it’s much harder. Stuff that’s annoying, gets even more so, like the crowds of people for example, you become less tolerant I've also been suffering from a back ache quite often, which ...