Auspicious Business Hotel
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... were tons of people - all ages - playing hacky sack with this feathery type of ball . .they took this sport to an entirely new level! Such fun ambling through that park! Our type of activity! :-)
And then - of course we had to spend some time in the temple! It was really beautiful! Soon, it was time for lunch. Michael took us to this locals place where we were literally the only Westerners! He ordered ...
... and a specially-shaped sponge on a long stick, looking like an oversize paintbrush.
We walked along a painted corridor on the shores of the lake. The corridor is decorated with thousands of paintings, apparently around 8000 in total. At the end of the corridor we came to a marble boat, used for dinners in the Emperor's times. We then caught a boat back across the lake and left the gardens to meet up with ...
... as there were opera singers, dancers, badminton and other performances so it had a really good atmosphere. We then walked down to Tian'anmen Square, which looked great when it was lit up at night. The restaurant for dinner that night was a little weird, some of the options were three cooked bacteria, the ass of a pan and some other strange translations, luckily the waiter spoke English and explained to us that the translations weren't very good. The following ...
... Asia and the legal actions behind visas. The third was a discussion about the future of corporate travel, hosted by Microsoft. I found the Chinese GDS very interesting. TravelSky is the only GDS in China. It is government owned. It was interesting to hear from Darcy, a travel manager from Houston, Texas, that their company has an issue with data and booking in China because they didn't have access to TravelSky, so they had to ...
... Hutong is a Mongolian word meaning water well which originated during the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368) .In the old time with the digging of new wells, came the new communities. Later it was referred to as narrow streets or lanes (about 9 metres or 30 feet wide) formed by quadrangle courtyards . Our elderly rickshaw driver had no problem peddling us around thru the alleys/ out into the streets, along the Shichahai Lake side ...