Cloud Villa Resort Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... to take a taxi), he was basically our tour guide during the whole day.
Once we got to the wall, it mostly felt surreal. As a child you hear stories about the Great Wall of China, but you never actually think you’re going to see it yourself. Yet here we were, standing on top of it. The climb up to the wall was quite steep (little did we know what was in store for us after…), but once you’re up there, the view is amazing! You can see the wall moving over ...
... came back this semester. Too bad I am so lazy to go clubbing with her.
After the meeting, I decided to eat dinner with Jamala and Corrine. Other new people joined us: Eric, Garret, Jenny, and Sunny. They asked me where we should go. I took them to the Muslim restaurant outside of east gate.
When we first entered it, I told them that they could just point at the pictures on the wall to the waiter. All of them felt ...
... I still cant believe)…there were some minor bug issues but the location
was awesome!! Located within the good
part of the French Concession…right next to Shanghai Brewery (think
flatbranch). It is amazing how at times
I forget I am in ...
... Starck designed bar LAN or Raffles, the oldest hotel in Beijing. I am not sure I made the right choice but I preferred the Beijing Sling to its Singaporean sister. Before leaving Beijing on the overnight train to Pingyao, I wandered through the incense filled halls of the Lama Temple. It is the most important Buddhist temple outside Tibet and houses a giant 18m high Buddha (another 9m lie underground) carved from one single sandalwood ...
... us up bright and early near the hostel and we headed out of town, passing through the miles of sprawl that is Beijing, and catching our first glimpse of the wall near the touristy Badaling. We pulled up in a car park at a part of the wall that was monitored by the authorities, but not as easily accessible as Badaling, and as a result, it was practically deserted, once we'd left a small school group behind. I was always expecting to be impressed by the wall, but it is just ...