Kunlun Apartment CBD Beijing

Address: SW Point of Yansha Bridge, Beijing, 100004, China | Condo
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Back to the future

A travel blog entry by nikhil.sharma on Oct 27, 2014

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... We made a point of walking on every metre of wall available to us - this meant we spent about 3 hours climbing ridiculously steep wall and could hardly walk for the next week! Still, we refused to resort to the cable car - surely we deserve a medal or something? This experience was slightly let down by the captive bears (and camels,horses,peacocks,yaks, etc) they kept near the bottom of the wall and forced to perform for tourists. ...

Going Towards The Difficult

A travel blog entry by lindsaypund on Jun 17, 2014

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... customers have for their TMC are significantly different than the services BCD provides. Some of these differences are services like response time, third party payments, travel management, policy compliance, and global support. I loved learning about BCD operations in China and hearing the ways they pursue the mission and vision of the company in their own way in this market. In multiple ways, BCD’s faithfulness to remain in the local market in China reminds me of a phrase we ...

Zero Motivation

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Apr 01, 2014

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... to write all the characters for our dictation. Natasha won since Jean made one error.

It is Olivia and my turn next time when we have dictation.

After class, I chilled in my room. For lunch, I ate with Mike at a place called Mama's kitchen in the food alley outside of west gate. It had been a long time since I ate a meal with Mike. We usually busy, which makes it hard to hang out together.

I asked Mike to explained what ...

A Lifting of carriages

A travel blog entry by marrre on Aug 05, 2013

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... time, and with haste set out for sightseeing.
Hutongs are the traditional way of cityplanning, with small square yards, lined with narrow alleyways. Thirty minutes east of our hotels lies the largest and most lively hutong district, and that's where we perused the cornershops, the souvenir stalls and the busy streets the afternoon before the pre-departure meeting.
A decidedly younger group, the Beijing-Xi'an gang turned out to be more international as well. In addition to ...

The Trek Home - Stage 2

A travel blog entry by cassnkyle on Dec 15, 2012

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... to put my things back in my bag, because I'd seen another woman get escorted to another room because of that....so I just grabbed my stuff and moved further away to pack my bag properly. Thankfully nothing was missing from my bags.

So now it was the wait in Beijing. It was me and Kyle, and Joanna (Banks' friend) and we needed to check-in with Air Canada....only their desk doesn't open to 2pm and we aren't allowed to check-in for our flight until 3pm. We were ...

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