Fraternal Cooperation International

Address: No.1 Sun Palace North Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100028, China | Hotel
 
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    There are 9 million and 2 bicycles in Beijing

    A travel blog entry by pennyanddave on Mar 17, 2015

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    We arrived in Beijing to clear blue skies and 18 degrees c, allowing us to pack away some of our down and thermals and make the most of being able to wonder around without a need to check if the tips of our noses are still there. Beijing is huge, but divided into large blocks by a grid of busy, broad roads. With even a slight sense of direction you can find your way around...so Dave has been doing some masterful navigation. Between the large grid of roads are ...

    Day 6 - A Bullet with Our Name on it !

    A travel blog entry by meraz on Jul 31, 2014

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    Early Checkout. All was going to plan today. We were ready for Lee 5 mins before time. Joseph and YF drove a hard bargain with an Old Hawker for two sets of presumably fake Rolex watches, for 8.70. Joseph was pleased as his friend Ben had asked him to buy some 'fake stuff' for him. The Hawker shook his head as we drove away. I Felt a bit sorry for him but then I was sure he made a good markup on most tourists.

    Subway Lunches. Lee delivered the goods: ...

    Flying IAD-PEK -- Downgraded in Flight

    A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on May 24, 2014

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    ... ATM. It too had a note that “This machine dispenses only 100-yuan notes.” Argh! I withdrew 800 yuan, then went to the bank near the domestic arrivals hall, where a friendly agent helped me change my eight 100-yuan bills into a stack of 50, 20, and 10 notes. Now I am ready to head into the city.

    The Airport Express Train station is a short walk from the arrivals halls. I bought a 25-yuan ($4) train ticket and boarded the train a few minutes later. It departed T3 ...

    First week of school

    A travel blog entry by rebecca-thomson on Sep 11, 2013

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    ... so today I attended the level up and it was wayyyyy too hard. I could not understand anything the teacher said, which also means I could not understand any instruction she was giving or any important points she was making. I did read ahead in the lesson so the text and new words seemed okay, then when dictation time came around I realized although I know at least 600 characters I can not remember how to write all of them. I ...

    China, crazy people and even more crazy food

    A travel blog entry by bryattack on Oct 12, 2012

    120 photos

    ... who were positioned at almost every curve, were waving their arms like crazy, shouting "Slow down! Slow down!". For that kind of adventure Bado brought his GoPro Actioncamera. He wanted to take a Video, but unfortunately it was just a photo instead. Damn!

    After Beijing we went to Xian, to see the Terracotta warriors and then on to Shanghai, where we are right now. There is a lot more to tell, but those stories and the pictures will follow soon, promised
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