Orange Hotel Beijing Yayun Village
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... of Xian.
Our first task on disembarking from the train was to find a taxi to take us the six kilometres to the hotel and after searching for a while we found one that offered to take us for the princely sum of £20, about ten times what it should really have cost. We were tired and grumpy though, so ended up paying the tourist tax. On arriving at the hotel, we discovered we couldn't actually check in until 10am so had breakfast in the hotel restaurant and then a snooze in ...
... distribution to take place at the curb. A truck pulls up on the street, usually double parked, near a dozen eager vendors who jockey for products to haul to the district businesses. Sidewalks are blocked, sometimes most of the street. Traffic and pedestrians can wait. Shops and individuals also get it on it, making deals before the products get loaded onto the delivery vehicle.
There is a similar exercise the other ...
... t going to give up without a solid attempt at negotiation. After giving the temple manager Prof. Vinograd's business card, we were allowed to tour the second floor. Up the narrow and steep staircases we climbed, waving the dust away as we went. The second floor held more Buddhas sitting on lotus leaves, and we were definitely more up close and personal than any visitors had been in a very long time.
When we were finished at the temple, the Beida ...
... conference, which brought people from all over the world to Beijing to promote the services industry and trade in services. Since the conference is his task, he is undoubtedly proud of this first attempt. He finishes his speech trying to persuade us to return for the conference. Now it’s Mike’s turn to speak. His speech, while not particularly short, is sweet as he talks about the importance of the US-China connection. He ...
... Finally, we see a huge sign ‘East Entrance’, and followed immediately by the subway station. If we had turned right, we’d have been straight in! That wound Dan up immensely. I look at it like this, next time, in our journey, we will turn the right way and think nothing of our good fortune, but Dan was incensed and ranted for a good fifteen minutes about poor signage.
Dan has been easy to get into a bad mood for the past day ...