Hutongren Courtyard Hotel
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... boring. Not like the one I had been to previously. Oh well -- you win some, you lose some.
On the drive back to the city, our driver took us by several of the Olympic sites, including the Bird's Nest and Water Cube. The Water Cube is especially significant as it is covered in multi-colored lights that change both their color and pattern, as you watch them. Beautiful building.
Once we got back to our hotel, it was ...
I was really looking forward to today’s visits: Microsoft and BCD Travel. For the programme thus far, Microsoft was the first multi-national corporate visit. At Microsoft, we met with Elaine Huang, Category Manager (Greater China Region). She shed light on a multitude of challenges travelers to and within China face as policies, protocol, and expectations vary greatly. China is number two when it comes to travel spend even though the travel infrastructure in China is still in a ...
An early start for us to catch the morning flight to Beijing. Both of us were feeling excited about starting our real holiday in China but also on the verge of tears at the thought of having to trade in the luxury of this nice hotel for the slums of Beijing! How wrong we were! (sort of), after arriving at the airport in Beijing we managed to find our way via trains and subway to the stop near our hostel, our luck then ran out and we managed to get lost, luckily a ...
... key to my dorm room. My jaw dropped when I was told that my room was on the fifth floor and there were no elevators. Right at that moment I regretted overpacking, but I had no other choice. Despite the fact that I was thirsty, sweaty, and exhausted I took my bag by the handle and dragged it (yes literally dragged it) up five stories. The only thing that kept me going up those stairs while dragging my heavy luggage was the thought of a ...
... 8217;ve had so often looking at things on this trip. To be honest, I didn’t even realize we’d seen the iconic Forbidden City shot until after we’d walked past it. The place is impressive in its size, but it’s very freshly painted, all washed in this dark terracotta colour, not a paint flake out of place. Similarly the ‘copy and paste’ Chinese patterning that borders all the temples was a total yawn fest, where were ...