- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Yaotai Villa Beijing
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... teens willing to try all sorts of things as they do with the encouragement of their peers and we were able to watch them devour a few scorpions which they said tasted like nothing but crunch. It all made me queasy and even eating the squids on sticks that we purchased was almost more than I could handle. We also had a duck wrap that wasn't too bad and certainly easier to swallow psychologically. From there we walked down this wide pedestrian street that was nothing but giant ...
... Benny mai yifu (Benny buys clothes)." After dealing with my daily silliness, my professor knows me.
During break, Bethany was listing off all the food she can not wait to eat once she is back in America. Then Olivia jumps in talking about In-and-Out burgers. Their talking made me see that I am making the wise decision to return home for Christmas. It will be nice to eat my mom's Vietnamese cooking and chill with the family. I can not believe how much China has changed ...
... is a dream come true I must say that it takes a toll on the body and it's important to take it easy once in awhile (something tells me I'll get no sympathy from anyone on that one aha) so it ended up being a perfect way to spend the day. After waking up from a great nap Jord and I relaxed in the super warm and cozy common room where we ordered awesome pizza and hung out which was lovely. Tomorrow we're in for a very big day though so I'm glad that I got to recharge.
Love talia xo
... break through the mental barrier or running distance you learn how to zone out and it’s a quite a good skill to have…well for a runner or those with ambitions to be runners haha.
So at one point I remember replaying weird movie scenes in my head for a while, I had a bunch of day dreams/inner debates about Mexican vs. Pizza for my first meal back (the jury is still out fyi!) and crafting the perfect blizzard in my head ha. Around mile 11/12 I really ...
... for playing, if anything. Getting these details out of the way early will establish good communication among the band members, thus avoiding misunderstandings in the future. Next, do your research. Scope out the local scene; find out who your competition is, which bands play where, what venues cater to your particular sound, and who your target audience is. Talk to seasoned local acts; oftentimes, your fellow musicians ...