- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... another important cultural thing of China: hygiene. Babies are not wearing diapers, they are wearing jeans with some sort of a hole at the back (see photos). Parents carry their child to the bushes where they do their thing. Advantage: no struggle with buttons of jeans that won't open when you have to go to the toilet so bad ��. Anyway, my experience with it was really weird: a little boy way peeing in a plastic bag (ironic detail: I carry my ...
... upwards. The tea should be consumed in three sips representing, health, peace of mind and longevity, but also to enjoy the aroma and after taste. After this little interlude, an enjoyable last lunch in Beijing and a brief visit to the Beijing Silk House next door to the restaurant, we had an absolutely wonderful wander through Beihai Park. The park proved to be an amazing conglomeration of ...
... said to house the largest wooden buddha in China, over 90 feet tall, carved from a single tree trunk. Frank told us that many local people come to pray here, even though they are not devout buddhists, when they are hoping to accomplish something. Our reflection — it is human nature to understand there is something much more than just us humans in this world and universe, and all of mankind is seeking for an understanding of what this “higher ...
... apartment and office towers using imaginative architects. Long, high, thick walls surrounding buildings with cameras all around and soldiers / police guarding the gates. Crowds, traffic and very clean. Service surly, adequate (and no more) no pride and no smilles. Very little English understood and no willingness to try to understand and help. Good to see and experience but never again. ...
... you will undoubtedly have good health. We've also been ice skating at Houhai, toured Olympic Park and are planning a trip for Spring Festival.
Overall things could not be better here, sans pollution. Also, if there is anything you want to know about China or my time here--anything from Chinese eating habits to public transportation to my experiences, let me know in a comment or message and I will be sure to report on it in future blogs. ...