Crowne Plaza Beijing Zhongguancun
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
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... but you probably already knew that. I did read a little bit not as much as I expected. I also did not color in my awesome coloring book. There was just no way that was going to happen. Before our first flight I took Sudafed (spell check) and before our very long second flight, after I learned that I get a little motion sick on planes, I took Dramamine. The combination of these two drugs + all the traveling + the lack of sleep left me in this weird not asleep not ...
... on the plane, because it was very nicely presented. It wasn't the nicest thing I've eaten, but I appreciate the effort that went into it. I found the meals very strange, they were provided at weird hours, and I wasn't sure whether they were meant to reflect the time zone that we'd left or were entering. I had lunch on my trip to Perth at something like 4:30 Melbourne time/1:30 Perth time. Once I was on Perth time, I was in the same time zone as Beijing and ...
The past week has been a completely different experience because of one thing...I'm now with my white friends. "Gosh Tom that's so racist!" ********. Ask any white (or black) person in China and they'll tell you how things are. If you're white and love attention, come to China!
Now last Friday my cousin took me to this bar district in Beijing called Houhai, nothing happened. I went back a few ...
... I tried my first proper Beijing Duck this evening.
Beijing Duck has a long and incredibly complex history with
one of it’s newcomers dating back to the third year of the
Tongzhi of Qing dynasty (1864) One particular duck destination claims to
have been around since the 13th century!
Despite lots of competition there are two bitter rivals
in the city, Quanjude and Dadong and I’ll be visiting both ...
Random side note: It is really starting to finally hit me how it feels to live in a foreign country. We learned how to say "American" in Chinese, so now we hear people talking about us all the time. We can never tell what they are saying about us, but we know that they are talking. We have had so many people laugh at us, even mock us, and it can be really frustrating at times. The communication barrier can be fun, but also very challenging at times. ...