ARIVA Beijing West Hotel & Serviced Apartment
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... a few hours off before our dinner meeting. Ana, Brian, and I spent our free time swimming in China World's amazing infinity pool. It was a lot of fun and good to exercise after all of the eating we did at lunch!
After our break, we got ready for a nice dinner with China Southern. We met with Jilly Huang, Account Manager, Wu Tang, Vice Director, and Yao Jie, Account Manager. It was nice to learn about the ...
... a fair way carting our luggage, it's a little cooler here but it's very pleasant. We made our way to this restaurant where we had a traditional peaking duck, the traditional way of rolling it up in a wonton wrapper, along with a few other dishes. It was ok. Nothing I would rave home about. We made our way to our hotel, we are staying in this flash looking place from the outside called the Schonbrunn ...
We went out to the Olympic Park. Very smoggy day, in complete contrast to yesterday. We walked around and saw the swimming pools and the Bird'sNest, then walked down towards the tennis centre. As it was further than we thought we hired a bean can, which we thought would take us down the park road, but to our surprise veered off and took us down 6 lanes of a ...
... including some from a visit to the 798 Art District here in Beijing, where rebel artist Ai Weiwei has his studio compound, from a few weeks ago. The main exhibit we went to see featured Karl Lagerfield's "Little Black Jacket," which was essentially a whole space full of photographs of people in one single jacket worn many different ways. Also from 798, are some paintings by Chinese artist Wang Xingwei- look him up! Very smart and beautiful work. Enjoy!
... Desk 3 that had sent me to Desk 1 in the first place, he tells me that he simply confirms that passengers have visas before the other desk checks them into their flight. I return to the queue at Desk 3 and, after once again reaching the front of that queue, hand my passport over to the lady and request an aisle seat away from the hockey team. As she didn't speak a word of English, I mimick on the counter with my fingers a person walking down the aisle of ...