BeiJing Post & Telecom Conference Center
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... big malls, including international chains such as McDonalds, Starbucks, KFC, Costa, Pizza Hut, Haagan Dazs, H&M, New Look. At least we knew we wouldn't go hungry if the Chinese cuisine did not agree with our taste buds. Our mission for the day was to buy ourselves some jackets and make it bearable to walk around. So we headed to Wangfujing shopping street. This is one of the most ancient and famous shopping streets in Beijing. The shopping was not cheap and on par with prices ...
... their morning exercises outside their shop, eavesdropped on a work team meeting where one guy did all the shouting and no listening (!) . Also went through an open air photography exhibition – lots of different themes but the one that caught our imagination the most was the black and white section on the elderly – from ‘young’ 87 year olds to ...
... we just bought at the store inside the airport specifically for this long plane flight.
"Uh, excuse me, I just bought this inside the airport on this side of security, we have a baby, and I'm taking the water, look, I'll take a big gulp to prove its water."
"no water, American regulation, no water."
Which is the condensed version of the exchange, which involved me going from polite, to questioning, to irritated, to downright ****** off and yelling, "get your ...
... crossing the city, it is a easy system to negotiate.
In no time I popped up over near the Forbidden City area again.. it has numerous parks and "hutongs" surrounding it. The nearby Tian'enman Square is busier but the visabilty in this area is poor.. After two perfect clear blue sky days the smoggy fog pockets are bizzare. I walk the perimeter of the city, towards my hotel past the hutongs..with their narrow alleys and single level courtyard houses which once ...
Apparently, not the Chinese. After mad online searches and in depth conversations with the concierge, I determined that my attempt to find American football in Beijing was futile. First, the game started at 1 am and bars closed at 2 am. Second, the only place he could find was a 20 minute taxi away, and there was no guarantee they'd be showing the Bears.
After trying to log on to xfinity, which apparently doesn't have ...