- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and that he'd made a mistake because he was very drunk.
We didn't know what to do- on the one hand, we could walk away from this mess without any record and with 2,500 to buy a new iPhone- but none of the other victims would likely be compensated. Or, we could proceed, and they would not find the thief before my friend went back to America, let alone pay him compensation. He chose the dirty route. We told the owner that if he wanted us to agree ...
... such as the "Bird's Nest" and the "Water Cube".
Overall I'd say the trip to Beijing was well worth our time...until we took a guided tour to the Great Wall and other various spots in and around the city. Not only were we threatened (unbeknownst to me at the time), but near the end of the bus tour we were taken to what I think is a jewelry store (I don't really know where ...
... to get him sorted to fly back to the UK that morning too! His fight was before ours, so left for the airport early doors, where as we were a little more civilised at 8am. We were also down another 2 people, who were stranded in Luklar after a trek, as the whether was too bad for planes to take off or land (as it turns out, they paid $500 each for a helicopter out, as planes had been grounded either in KMD or there for nearly a week!). The secuity at KMD airport was ...
... the park's expanse. We walked along the waterfront, viewing some remaining lotus (just missed the season, so they were dying off) and we also walked along the long corridor walkway that was decorated with over 14,000 scenic paintings.
Cherie and Dad were haggling a price on an item in a market area within the palace grounds, and it happened, we were warned about where the seller trys to tell you that the money you just gave them ...
... Since we have no Chinese tour guide with us, we are stopped continuously with requests for the kids’ photos.
The square is massive and open, designed to hold up to 600,000 people. On the north end of the square is the Tiananmen Gate (or the Gate of Heavenly ...