Jinqiao International Apartment Hotel
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... movies, "Cake" and "Unbroken".
Our connection in Hong Kong was very tight and we were told our luggage would arrive on a later flight and be delivered to our hotel. We checked into our room at the Crowne Plaza around 10:00pm and finally got to sleep around midnight. We had lost all day Friday, the 22nd, in transit. We had all of Saturday to ourselves so the 6 of us met for ...
... into China (or vice versa) goes through this process.
It was 1am by the time the wheels got sorted, at which point the two Mongolian girls we were sharing a carriage with (being a little tipsy by this stage) decided they'd put on a bit of a karaoke performance for us as we tried to get to sleep. Gits.
The next morning we were greeted with spectacular scenery as the train weaved its way through the Chinese mountains toward Beijing. Once we'd arrived and ...
... more shopping. I went to the Silk Market, a famous shopping area with all kinds of discount souvenirs, clothing, jewelry, etc., but it just made me tired and annoyed. I was really getting sick of all the crowds. I went to a Mexican restaurant near there that I had found at the beginning of the summer before I flew from Beijing to Canada. It’s such a great restaurant - great food, good drinks, decent prices, wonderful staff. They remembered me from when I was there two ...
... I was watching new friendships form.
The other highlights of the day were riding on a huge dragon boat at the Summer Palace and watching the girls buy matching pillows at the silk factory. We also enjoyed finally meeting our US based travel guide Peter from Portland and our local travel guide Charlotte from Beijing.
We ended the evening once again exhausted and knowing our next day would be even longer as it was set to start us out at 7:30am. ...
... then Abacus, then copy/paste the hotel data of Abacus into the out of TS-mail-system and then forward it to the client. What a nightmare! If there are further ancillary services, again they would have to be inserted manually. What enormous potential for mistakes. In order to create joint invoices, another tool such as PowerSuite is needed. You can probably imagine how complicated it is to generate any kind of reporting.
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