Crowne Plaza Beijing Zhongguancun
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Each day in Beijing thus far has been significantly different from the day before. It feels like we’re receiving a healthy spread of cultural and traditional education as well as industry knowledge. It is all at once exciting and daunting at how much there is to learn and understand! Today's morning visit was with a local car rental company called eHi. Over the past years, eHi had been able to expand its service by entering into a partnership with Enterprise. Because eHi is ...
... were planned by the host families, our girls all had different individual adventures mapped out for them. From visiting key landmarks and sites, to markets and shopping, to being welcomed into the homes of the host families, and engaging in traditional home life.
Some of the key landmarks visited by some of the girls were;
* The Great Wall of China
* Forbidden City
* Tiananmen Square
* Summer Palace
* National Museum
* Temple ...
... shade of the park. Within the park there was about four major attractions - mainly temples to visit (all at a cost) so Paul and I (after seeing too many temples) decided to save the money for a nice lunch and view the structures from the outside only. The temple of heaven was by far the prettiest with coloured tile work on the exterior. We enjoyed the park, especially the quietness of it, it was the first time in a long time we didn't hear the beep of a horn...it ...
Had a good sleep in then stocked on food for the train. Spent the afternoon in the lobby having beers with Dave and Simon who'd just joined. Ryan and Bridget had a long day trying to get a visa sorted for Mongolia before the train left in the morning just managing to get it done in time.
The evening we all headed for a meal ...
... Next, the duck is hung by a large hook in a “cool and dry” place. This can be a screened area outside, or an unheated room at the periphery or cellar of the house or building, or it can be a room made cool and ventilated by the use of fans. There are also special cabinets that are used for ventilating and drying ducks. First the duck is dried inside and out and then it is brushed inside and out with one or more layers of ...