Jinchi Mangshan Conference Center
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... the one he weighed and brought into the kitchen for us.
Jinling and I were shown to a table outside but it was a bit too chilly outside for her and I offered that we go inside instead. She looked visibly relieved. Once seated, she asked me what I would like to have for lunch, besides the fish from outside. I asked her to recommend something for us. In my mind the fish with some rice would have been more than sufficient for lunch but the ...
... English, so I am sure it will be quite good for the next few days getting to know people and having fun.
We made our beds with the nice clean sheets given to us by the conductor. After making our beds I thought it was very amusing that a couple at the end of the carriage were waiting for the conductor to make their beds. I think that there was more chance of him smiling than that happening.
... 9 million bicycles in Beijing then by my reckoning (after conducting a simple traffic survey at 3pm on a Thursday afternoon) there are: 54 million cars, 30 million scooters, 9 million e-bikes, 1.4 million taxis, 500,000 buses, 350,000 mobility scooters and 8.5 JCBs.
Katie if you are reading this then please amend your lyrics and stop confusing the world. Thank you.
When not counting traffic or getting drunk we found some time to visit some sites. The definite ...
... victory our of it! I then went back to my hostel and called it a night.
July 22nd - Olympic Bound
Today I woke up and had breakfast at the hostel then packed everything up and checked out. I figured it would be quicker to take everything with me, so I took my two backpacks and headed to the subway and took it to the Olympic park complex. Right off the subway both the Bird's Nest and the Water Cube are visible and definitely intriguing looking. Both were very cool ...
... was at the Ambassador's residence in the grounds of the British Embassy, and was very nice! Fish & chips, mulled wine, and some nice stalls. We went for a couple of hours for a wander around, all in the name of 'networking' of course!
After our wonderful free stay at the Four Season's Hotel, our very lovely friend invited us back there for a cocktail reception celebrating the gradual opening of the hotel. We didn't really know what to expect, we were able to take ...