Beijing Ron Yard Hotel
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... arts district. It's close to the airport, and requiered a taxi, but it was worthwhile. This old and abandoned factory complex has been overtaken by artists. Every wall, bench, and ceiling is covered with graffiti, street art, and murals. THere are large galleries, small galleries, and an art museum. There are workshops, cafes, alleys, vendors, small studios, large studios, and many other things we were unable to see. The old train station and train have ...
OK, I'm on my way to London. My no. 2 son is graduating and so a couple of years ago we planned for all our family (2 adults, 4 adult children) to meet up for the first time in five years.
So, I catch the 104 bus to the Tanggu Railway Station – check.
Then I catch the C2276 fast train to Beijing South Railway Station, arriving at 2 pm – check.
Then I ride the Beijing Subway system on line 4, then Line 2 to DongZhiMen ...
... from Tiananmen Square, so we are not sure if there is a conference or something to do with these countries which is why the Square was closed. I know Julia Gillard is here at the moment, so perhaps that is a reason.
It has been a fantastic week. It was really nice to have a few days break with my family, and to meet up with some good friends again. It has felt like a little mini-holiday, and I feel refreshed and excited for the next few ...
... place nearby, a great night catching up with lots of people, and Andy & a few of the boys went off early to a club for a free drinks reception.
Cold but sunny day today, so we wrapped up warm & went back to the 798 Art District to explore, wandered around a few of the galleries, had some lunch, and caught the bus back which drops us right outside the door. Chilling out now before bowling tonight.
Ok, that's us done for now - so catch up again soon!
... purpose of preventing erosion and providing a place to plant trees.
This next picture is just an example of the beautiful mountainous areas. Simply gorgeous!
I thought this was an interesting shot (which I
worked very hard to ...