Floral Palace Hot Spring Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we are doing. I followed it up by a nice, hot, long bath in our huge bathtub in our room - FANTASTIC!
Today was Education Forum day and like in Dubai there were a lot of interesting insights, but at the same time there were a lot of information going over my head - some of it maybe because most of the conference was in Mandarin with simultanious translation and with the slides also in Chinese it could be difficult to get it all in. As we also have been told earlier this week ...
... that few previous diners at this rather discreet establishment had devoured two whole ducks in the time that we did - Lucy, Eliza, Tom and Max all loved it. One of the most amazing meals we have had - and to be honest, there have been many.
To top off the evening, Berni, Eliza and I made a quick whip around the Silk Market for some last minute hard-bargaining, before we headed back to the apartment to contemplate packing.
... walking along the wall which wasn´t very challenging. Fortunately we had read that it was recommended visiting the southwest part of Badaling where we could still enjoy the silence of the Great Wall as most people walk towards northeast part of it. We did that and it turned out to be an amazing idea.
The first part was quite steep but still a little bit crowded, however, once we passed through the 4th tower the Wall started to belong to us; only a few people made it to ...
... fobbed this taxi guy off but unsuspectingly walked right into another scam, this one more complex. Thinking we were being wise we headed to the tourist information desk to ask about taxi fairs and distance. The desk was inside the airport and had a very official look to it. The very helpful lady, organized a taxi, gave us an official receipt, called the hostel to confirm where it was and even offered us a coffee. It was not until we got to the hostel that we found out we had ...
On arriving at the airport we quickly realised whilst some signage is in English the majority of people don't speak it. Whilst John went to the toilet Rhianwyn guarded the bags (which we had taken off the trolley and put on a bench). A lady came up and in Chinese said something which I took to be, "Can I take this trolley?" Nodding I waved my hand in a shooing motion, meaning take the trolley away. She looked surprised, about turned and walked off - maybe ...