Crowne Plaza International Airport Hotel Beijing
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This wasn't my original flight. I originally had Bangkok but when I put up my roster at the swap group looking for better offer i was offered Beijing in exchange of my 30hrs BKK.
I haven't been to Beijing before and had gone to Bangkok several times so I took up the offer.
I was expecting at least 4 or 5 crew members wanted to go, …
I had an outstanding full day of sightseeing here in the Chinese capital during my stopover en route to Myanmar, but I was heavily disappointed to arrive at the city's premier tourist attraction – the Forbidden City – only to find it’s closed on Mondays.
After being up all night following my 25½-hour-long jetlag coma after flying here from Washington, I set out at 7:12 a.m., walking 1.8 miles to Temple of Heaven Park. It was a beautiful ...
... Hardly a new occurrence and usually I take great pleasure in stubbornly refusing to move but this time I ended up in the seat behind panicking slightly that my caviar lunch was heading eastwards. Main meal time arrived (roughly in the middle of another ice cream round)
The helpful KLM advice:
Eat both of them. We have plenty!
Completely stuffed an hour or so later and watching an ...
... the eyes of the newest addition to my touring family. This semester, a new Australian has joined Bacui, now the only other decent Australian [next to me of course] at the school. 22-year old Ryan has begun, like me, to fall in love with what this country has to offer, defying his own expectations. So it was on a ...
... in concentric rings from the Forbidden City at its core, the grid-like layout of modern-day Beijing still echoes its Ming dynasty blueprint. Old Beijing survives in its temples, palaces and old alleyways (hutong) that crisscross the city outside the second ring road, which itself charts the loop of the demolished City Wall. Within this ancient outline are huge avenues, vaulting flyovers, towering skyscrapers, ...