Beijing Tangshan Holiday Conference Center
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... for the more challenging and exciting route via the airport express followed by subway. We were extremely impressed to see how developed and built up Beijing's infrastructure is with heating, air-con and wifi available underground. The trains are frequent and, above all, it only costs 20p for a one way ticket - a huge magnitude of difference when compared to the UK.
Arriving at our subway stop, we were immediately faced with high rise buildings and an exciting exciting mixture ...
... 8211; double yeuck and hot coffee so 1 out of 3 ain’t bad. Back onto subway Line 2 – old hands at this underground mularky now ;-)
So ….. back to the brothel debate – is it or isn’t it ? On the one hand there is always one woman dressed in a very short mini skirt and stockings (whilst smoking) sitting behind a huge window as if ...
... than in the lobby outside security...its like $28 for 2 tall cafe mochas and 1 souvenir tumbler cup!!!
With an hour left to burn, we stop by the store to get some snacks for the plane ride, its 13 hours after all. Unfortunately, the store only has Chinese snacks, and trust me when I say this, Chinese food tastes are nothing like Americans...about the only thing we can find that matches our taste buds are some crackers that end up having a really strong seasoning to them ...
... Oliver turned up (See first nights entry). He kept shouting “I am the Fuhrer” and “Uzi nine millimetre” really loudly!” “Well, that second one is kind of down to you” I replied. “Yeah, but there was this other bloke, Luke there, and two fifty year old plus English women along with the two young Japanese girls, we were all talking, Oliver got the one girl a drink, she drank it and went from a smiley chatty girl, to ...
... exchange office and our foolish assumption that the money was correct (we didn't look closely enough at the bills) meant that we were stuck with a load of currency that cannot be changed at any bank outside of Mongolia. So if anyone plans to visit Mongolia (or knows anyone who is) then please let us know!
Undeterred we set out from the train station to try to get to our accommodation. This was easier said than done as we didn't have a map, most taxi drivers don't speak ...