Hotspring Holiday Inn Beijing Moon River
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... since I last really tuned in. The tragedy with the plane
shot down is breaking my heart. And the middle east...oh my.
In Beijing I’m so aware of meeting and smiling at people from countries all over the world. We
meet in restaurants and in bathrooms and on the great wall and in other
tourist sites and we laugh and share some funny moment together before
we move on. Today a huge group of students from some school in South
Africa left ...
... which are straight out useless when navigating in China.
During break, I randomly wrapped my red scarf around my head. I was just feeling to go for a Little Red Riding Hood. When I tapped on Olivia to see how hard the characters were, she started laughing. Then when we resumed class, my professor busted out laughing.
After class, I went to get a wrap outside my dorm. Then I chilled in my room. ...
... for yet another cracking cheap meal. The food here really is so fresh and tasty, far better than any Chinese I've had anywhere else ...and for obvious reasons! George and Vasso have a friend studying Chinese here for a year so we met up with Zoe and grabbed a few cans at the localt shop to take back to the hostel and shared a few beers laughs and chat. My train to X'ain is all sorted now and I have the ticket ready to leave tomorrow night.
... looked like ****. Not me. Slept like a baby. Felt great and was coming to terms that I was no longer in Flushing, Queens or Chinatown. This is the real thing folks.
So, here we are. Beijing China eight o'clock at night. I have to say that Beijing airport is really cool. Probably the nicest, cleanest airport I ever went to. Okay, so the airport is clean, that's a good sign (I hope). We met our tour guide, Lin. A bubbly, highly ...
... toboggan back down, it was the longest slide iv ever seen! It weaves back and forth forever! (much longer than the one Sheila b fell off on in Austria!). We got on and sped our way down with the wind in our hair! It was amazing fun, and also pretty crazy that anyone would build such a thing by the great wall of china! After we reached the bottom we walked by all the stall vendors that had magically popped up and got absolutely mobbed by the chorus of a hundred 'hey hey buy tshirt ...