Shanshui Trends Hotel Beijing Hangtianqiao
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... kind of massage before, I had no idea what to expect. We took ages sorting out the payment, as Ashely had an app that provided her with a discount, and she really wanted us to pay the lower amount too, but I didn't mind personally. Eventually they confirmed that we could all have the discount, so it was only about $30 AUD.
We went into a room with a large, long bed, for four people. We got undressed to our underpants, and were given some lovely pyjamas to put ...
... enjoy themselves, which included drawing on my face and arms, whilst we couldn't understand a word each other were saying. One of the kids decided to call me San Men, as it sounded close to my name. This however translates as three doors!
So this is my first attempt at a blog entry which I hope is not too dry. As time goes by and my blog experience increases, my posts will hopefully become more riveting!
Until next time, Zai Jian!
<b>She Said:</b> Heading to Beijing… JP went to work in the morning and took most of our bigger bags packed for Beijing. We were tasked with getting the kids ready, food packed, and getting ourselves on the Metro and to the train station for a 1:00 train. We had a busy morning with packing and making sandwiches, and Carolina and I decided to run down to the store to get some train snacks prior to leaving. That was our first mistake. We commented on how well we ...
... It's all a little '1984' for my liking.
First place I went was Temple of Heaven Park, on a warm spring Saturday afternoon. Although it may not sound like it from the way I write and the excessive use of cuss words or unwillingness to hold back on criticism, I guarantee you I do always travel with the highest respect for the places I go to, it's customs, it's people and their way of life. Along with my personal safety, not instantly ******* people off is a top priority, which ...
... Kitchen) and that seemed to be a much more lively place. I think my guide had booked me into a different branch, which was on the top floor of a super luxury soulless shopping mall. And although I enjoyed the sea cucumber and have no doubts it's scarce to me it wasn't worth the very high price tag. They have the longest menu I have ever seen at 130 pages, but virtually everyone goes for the duck. PS I know that Jack Johnson probably isn't the coolest music in Brooklyn right now ...