Traveler Inn Huaqiao Beijing
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... a private tour in Spanish! I was shocked to see that the people here knew multiple languages... impressive! Regardless, we still didn't want to do the private tour, so be careful about the people approaching you outside!
As we continued to walk, a local had recommended us to go through a different tour so we can avoid the long line of people going through the main entrance... Interesting we thought! So we go through this side door, pay 2 Chinese yuan, and walk around ...
... you want to sing on a computer. This music has no lead vocals and you sing the lyrics displayed on the TV screen. In China, you can rent private rooms for your friends to Karaoke. Waitresses bring you food and drink while you sing in the privacy of your own room. People will even go on dates to have some privacy away from home. I have had Chinese colleagues take me one on one to the KTV to sing. Talk about pressure to perform. :) It ...
Billy collected us at 7:30. There were no hassles getting us to the railway station, so we had about an hour's wait. Billy bought the tickets for us for each of our rail journeys up to Guangshuo. We were catching the G-train. This is not quite the fastest train, but we hit a maximum of 306kph! It was a very smooth ride in what were basically airplane seats. Masses of people boarded the train very quickly. Billy had to leave us at the gate and we had to ask ...
... with lots of great conversations and great laughs.
In order to keep our sleep levels low, we went to Sanlitun to meet a friend of mine. We went to one of my favourite bars in Beijing – Migas, a Spanish restaurant/rooftop bar and enjoyed a few drinks overlooking Beijing's skyline. It was a great break in between to recharge and energize for the Beijing Executive Forum ...
... It wasn't ideal, but we didn't have much of a choice! For some weird and wonderful reason, we were unable to book flights online, so we called up the help center and asked for some advice. We were told that we needed to contact our own embassies to get a permit that would allow us into Tibet as our flight would go via there!! At the time, we were certain that foreigners weren't issued permits, but the gentleman on the other end of the line was ...