Beijing Airport Gold Route International Business Hotel
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... flight we arrived in Beijing. We caught a few different Metro lines and eventually arrived at our hotel exhausted at 11 pm. We had awakened early Sunday morning at 6 am and it was now 11 pm on Monday night. So far, we are not big fans of China Eastern Airlines. Their planes are modern and clean but their staff on the ground seem very inefficient and ...
... to find it in my Granddaddy's storage space. I thought it was interesting that they have damaged American tanks and planes on display. I suspect these are from the Korean or the Vietnam War. I also was surprised by how ancient their military technology seemed in comparison to American technology. Since my dad was in the Navy, I've always been interested in military history, so I was able to recognize that their ...
... I looked up the directions to get to the area, but I made the mistake of passing the road that I was supposed to turn right on. As I realized my error, I quickly called Olivia if she could tell me how to get to the place, but she did not remember.
I began panicking and kept walking forward until I asked others where that place was. I ended up make a huge loop and was lost over thirty minutes.
Once I was at Sanlitun, I was so happy. I looked around the shops and ...
... fake furs, shoes,electronics etc. Keith got another "I climbed the Great Wall" tee shirt in a larger size than the one we bought at the top of the wall, I bought a pair of "real" suede sandals for $40 and Sue bought some too (so did Jill). We went to a cafe/bar next door to the market and Keith had a beer and I had a sprite. We talked to a Swiss couple who were travelling independently around China, using mainly public transport. They have ...
... back into town saved a lot of hassle although still took about 45 minutes, all on a single line making for easily the longest underground journey of my life. Collecting my Visa from the embassy involved me having to run to and from a bank as they hadn't told me that I had to pay for it there and bring a receipt rather than just pay on collection as I had done in Chiang Mai. Still at least they had granted me it, now I just had to worry about getting there. Having already ...