Hotspring Holiday Inn Beijing Moon River
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... the train station to catch the overnight train to Xi'an. After waiting for almost an hour with the massive humanity of pushing and shoving with rural Chinese villagers, we ended up on the right car with our luggage which challenged the boys at weightlifting. It was a 12-hour ride, but surprisingly, most of us just got settled in and slept for almost the entire trip.
-Megan Dalton ...
... at midnight followed by the whole rain of confetti. We wanted to return at about 3am but no taxi would take us, so we ended up just heading to another bar and kept partying until 6am when the subways opened. You could never do this in Canada!
Sometime between the holidays and final exams my roommate and I went to visit Chairman Mao's Mausoleum and the China Capital Museum. Watching people act in ...
... pantomime version of a classic story. It could be said that art often imitates life or vice versa. After all, the original Wizard, the books by Frank Baum, deal thematically in both the physical and emotional journeys of Dorothy and her friends. The books are classic parables and the 1939 musical film managed to convert those themes somewhat superficially but appropriately. Our version of course sticks to the original story in terms of narrative but after ...
... street could be Europe…the bar could easily be in
America. The food was excellent—great
burger, fries, and sample beer platter.
The next day we got up early..went to starbucks for
wifi..damn mac pro retina..and then went to the train station so we ...
A: What do you think you'll remember most?
J: The food! It's very, very good. The dumpling place we are going back to tonight has soup dumplings. They're awesome. Delicious. First you put the dumpling in your spoon, then poke a hole in the dumpling so that soup pours into the spoon. Slurp the soup up ~ yum! Then pluck your dumpling up with your chopsticks and pop in your mouth. We also had hot pot. ...