Fltrp International Convention Centre

Address: Lucheng Development Zone, Huangcun Town, Daxing District, Beijing, 102612, China | Hotel
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    The Flying Physio Nun

    A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Oct 29, 2014

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    ... and soon learnt his name was Sean and he had Epliespy and no he hadn't travelled to West Africa. The Captain wanted me stay in Business to watch over Sean so I followed orders and did (poor me). Sean not surprisingly went to sleep soon after so I tucked back into a business meal and a glass of drinkable C******nay in my extra comfy long business seat. Hmmm, business class is nice :) Before we landed the attendants gave me a present of linen Chinese Air pyjamas as a thankyou ...

    Day 6 - A Bullet with Our Name on it !

    A travel blog entry by meraz on Jul 31, 2014

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    ... on early as we used up the only floor level suitcase bins. Everything else was by our feet or up on the overhead rack. Overall, I would say this journey was better than our Eurostar trip to Paris in 2012. I couldn't help wondering how much cheaper travelling standard class would have been. Not that much difference in cost I think, but they had 5 seats in two rows compared with our 4. Oh, and probably no complimentary snacks, which I didn't finish anyway. I gave up ...

    Strangely Excited

    A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Apr 16, 2014

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    ... give me things when I want them to happen at a specific time. All I can do is to follow the path life presents to me.

    Later, I had a class field trip. It was quite a long walk. After the class field trip, I looked inside a random bookstore with Niaya.

    "Look!" I screamed. "It is Winnie-the-Pooh!"

    Niaya turned and snapped, "That is not Winnie-the-Pooh."

    "It could be." I said. "It is yellow and got his face."

    Niaya laughed.


    This Is My Place.

    A travel blog entry by shannonmorrall on Aug 16, 2013


    ... In China, I have the opportunity to see how far I can push myself, to see what I can take, and therefore rise to the challenges I face and grow. This is why I came.

    The second day here, there were no Chinese host students to help us navigate lunch, so a group of girls and I tentatively stepped off campus onto the busy streets of the city. First challenge: crossing the street. In Beijing, traffic laws are taken more as "guidelines." The lanes aren't ...

    From emperors to chairman to chairpeople

    A travel blog entry by lpwanderlust on Jan 08, 2013

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    ... Forbidden City. For 40 yuan ($7) I was able to enter the large complex, and for another 40 yuan I rented an audio guide to help me interpret the purpose of the many buildings and artifacts within the complex. It was still frigidly cold, and after a while all of the buildings began to look the same. I wonder if locals were able to detect subtle differences in architecture and decoration between the varied buildings, much like Americans can ...