Airport Garden Hotel
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... industry! He is probably in his 30s - has a wife and one young daughter! They live in an apartment of about 900 square feet. Two bedrooms and two balconies! They will be allowed to have another child because their parents were only children and it just might be necessary to have another child to help care for the older generation down the road . . . Arnold thinks that the current generation of children is spoiled! :-).
Enough for today!
... to some garden areas. From the Forbidden City we crossed the street to Jingshan Park. There we climbed the man-made hill which is the highest point in Beijing. The dirt to create the hill was excavated from the Forbidden City moat. At the top we sat and enjoyed the view. We then wandered through some hutongs which we would call alleyways back towards our hotel. We enjoyed a yummy ice cream bar and picked up a few white peaches to enjoy later. Back at ...
... he have at least 72 and some of them had 3000 concubines and surprisingly few kids! There was a fantastic garden for the concubines, since they were never allowed to leave the city. It was filled with little pagodas, pools and ancient trees.
From there it was lunch at a hotel downtown and then back to our hotel for packing. We leave at 7:30 am for a flight to South Korea. There we have a 3 hour layover and then get a flight ...
... argument was not now.
We sped through the airport to almost the furthest gate ran down the jet way and were last on the plane, pretty embarrassing but at least we made it. The flight was full but of no great merit as we made our way north into the cold winter evenings of Beijing.
Landing on time remarkably for an internal ish flight in China we were picked up by our distributor and whisked into the cold and misty or should I say smog filled night. We ...
... that would allow more bookings. This would make TMC's reports better and the work much easier.
Our last meeting was with Air Plus. It was there that we talked about financial challenges for the corporate travel industry in China. Due to the fact that China has an exclusive currency and limited exchange, corporate cards and credit cards are limited in China. This makes payment very ...