Jinjiang Inn Bejing Yizhuang Development Zone
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJinjiang Inn Bejing Yizhuang Development Zone Beijing
This hotel was pretty interesting i really how the people are there, they really have some great services
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... named Lan and our guide who is Tibetan named Drujal. After a short meeting to take care of some paperwork we headed out for supper at a nearby restaurant. We had Peking duck and eggplant which we shared. The duck was better than when we had it last time we were here. We made a quick stop for groceries on our way back to the hotel then it was straight to bed. Early morning tomorrow as we go to the Great Wall just outside of ...
... I’ve enjoyed taking photo’s here, but not really done it seriously and it really inspired me to get back out there with my camera again properly and spend some time getting to know it again. We’ve kept in touch too and may meet up & go taking photos together, also she gave me a facebook group where they sometimes meet up too which would be fun.
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