Courtyard by Marriott Beijing Northeast
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... like. Each rickshaw carried two people: Dave and Brennan shared one and Sue and Jo rode in another. It was an enjoyable ride through the bustling streets along a pretty lake. The family home that we visited was tiny, about 500 s.f. All 25 of us sat around three tables in the living room. The home did not have a bathroon, only a squatter in a building outside shared by the 10 families that lived in the courtyard. They did not have a shower ...
... updates and forecasts in the same setting. The most interesting fact I heard was that China is expected to become the number one market in business travel spend by early 2015 at the latest – that’s coming up fast! Two noteworthy aspects of the ACTE forum: All three main sessions were in Mandarin. As a result, Megan, Ana, and I wore simultaneous translator headsets during the presentations. It was my ...
... our cabin and sort beds (boys right at the top!) and luggage, then crack open the beers, food, and cards – and proceed to make a nuisance of ourselves until sometime after one in the morning, chatting and playing cards (with up to 10 in one game, everyone squeezing into the cabin!) much to the amusement of the locals! We finally head to bed, knowing we’ve still got another nine hours until we get the Shanghai, but feeling like we’re starting to discover ...
... and there is a sink. There is a trolley lady with fruit and another one with different kinds of food depending on the day. Also the train attendants are constantly passing through, collecting all kinds of rubbish in order to make sure that the train does not end up in a horrendous state. There are big windows on each sides. J
There were many children all around us, which sometimes gives the feeling of trying to rest in a monkey cage. Quite a few moments there ...
... in creams, lotions, food (!!?!) Cocoon is stretched over a semi circular frame .. this is done 100's of times .. end result? The frames cocoons are then hand stretched over a table to form Silk blankets.. Lighter,natural, non allergenic, not requiring laundering etc.. they are an expensive but popular item in China. On par with better quality duck down etc quilt in Aus.
Also in the showroom for purchase.. of course.. a selection of pure ...