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... treat for Sarah's 30th Birthday) felt like the absolute ultimate in luxury. We managed to nab the newlyweds suite and enjoyed feeling totally smug around the other hotel guests knowing that for once, we weren't staying in the cheapest room available!
By the time we left Beijing we were thoroughly exhausted. We'd packed a lot in but were also worn out by the endless noise and crowded streets, making every journey feel like ...
... meetings where we learned all about the travel management industry and the various challenges in China, presented from both the side of the corporate client and the side of the travel management company. These meetings gave a lot of insight about the differences in this region.
Our first meeting of the day was at Microsoft with Elaine Huang, Travel Manager of the Greater China Region. We began with a tour and demo of some ...
... hits twenty just because they apperently don't know what sunscreen and hats are. A pox on Umberto Umbrella and his house! A pox, I tells ya!
Right south of the moated city lies Tiananmen Square, or the Square of Heavenly Peace*, supposedly the largest town square in the world. Despite being, at the time, visited by thousands of people, it was nowhere near crowded due to its vast size.
The metro system is, as the case often be, very efficient. However, the process of ticket ...
... the first few who went on. We ended up switching seats so a mother could sit with her husband and little girl, so Kyle got the window seat and I got the same seat :) the middle. It worked out nicely, because originally we had planned for Kyle to get the aisle in hopes it would be more spacious, but the window seat ended up being the most spacious for him because the space for the window rounded out giving him more elbow room. Things always happen for a reason.
... have. They are a proud race with a very conflict ridden past with the Japanese and work hard to maintain their rich culture and save face in the international limelight. I have had the pleasure of meeting many locals and people who have lived in Beijing for a number of years. It has given me the chance to see beneath the surface and understand the country more to be able to suggest my tentative conclusions and opinions. The last day if my adventure was ...