Red Capital Ranch (Shambhala at the Great Wall)
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Red Capital Ranch (Shambhala at the Great Wall) Beijing
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... One of the biggest challenges is the competition with local agencies and communicating to potential clients the benefits that a TMC provides in comparison to a local agency. It was interesting to learn the differences between a global TMC and local agencies.
Overall, throughout the day, the topic of challenges was prevelant in most of our conversations. It is interesting to learn about these issues and how they impact the ...
... not be two naps today. She's been sleeping a lot lately, due to the trauma we guessed, but today she felt great. She was so playful and hyper on the plane I felt sorry for the poor guy sitting next to us. She wanted to be standing and getting into everything. She played happily with us non-stop. When we landed about and hour and a half later she was ready to be on the move. She ...
... a bit closer to home. Also the city has many aromas drifting around, some pleasant but most not so pleasant, which didn't help our quesyness. After what seemed like an eternity we reached HouHai lakes, a lovely little lake near the Forbidden City that was entirely surrounded by really nice looking restaurants, bars and nightclubs. After walking around for a bit we decided to settle for a place called Buffalo, they had Chinese food as well as western and their ...
... to go home yet, I have decided to extend my trip!
Booking the flight home in itself is no great hardship but I still have a headache thinking about where I might be at the time that I'm going home since I not stupid enough to leave my flight ticket till the last minute knowing that I'll be going home just before Christmas and that the ticket prices will be sky-high by then. God so many choices, I could go to Thailand and then take ...
... the night.
The taxi man hit a button when we pulled up pumping the fare another 2 Yuan, then a "tax" occure. SO your 18 Yuan ride turned into 23. Whatever... Just get me to the damn hostel. At this point I am not so much tired as irritated, Chinese are not nearly as nice as Korea and the smog is so thick I can hardly breathe.
We walk about a mile to where the hostel is, but unfortunately even though the sign clearly said Youth Hostel at the gate of Workers stadium ...