Jinhangxian International Business Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... obsess over having no one in your photo. Aside from the fact that people here will notice you are taking a photo and still walk in front of you, they also make no effort to get out of the way when you are trying to get that perfect shot. As I walk through the complex I feel like I'm stuck in an infinite loop. While grand there is little variety to the design of gates and buildings. Fortunately the lack of variation is soon replaced ...
... see Beijing is to just explore it and not limiting yourself to specific places.
My decision to pick that stop was me being bored on Wednesday night. I just went on explorebj.com to look up the subway stop. Just looking on line ten, I saw that I never got off of Liangmaquia. I clicked on the stop and saw somebody mentioning about a place called Lucky Street. I googled Lucky Street and it gave a vague description of being a foreign food ...
... the flower shop next to our dorm. She brought a huge yellow ducky (bigger version of Sketchy).
When Sara paid for it, the woman said the Chinese word "song." I realized the woman asked Sara if it was a gift for somebody. After I explained it to Sara, she said yes. The woman wrapped it in plastic nicely.
I returned to my dorm to meet up with Katherine and Bethany for lunch. Terry showed up with suitcases, since had to return to his dorm. He begged ...
... pointed in a vaguely similar direction. Like a 'Next' January sale. We remained in this "line" despite not being able to see our train number on the board and the rest of the trains seemingly sold out. Natural pessimists anyway, it seemed like a foregone conclusion. But no! Holly out-negotiated the ticket lady with just one word "Badaling". She said it with such vigour that the lady could do nothing but do her job and provide us with tickets for ...
... conference, which brought people from all over the world to Beijing to promote the services industry and trade in services. Since the conference is his task, he is undoubtedly proud of this first attempt. He finishes his speech trying to persuade us to return for the conference. Now it’s Mike’s turn to speak. His speech, while not particularly short, is sweet as he talks about the importance of the US-China connection. He ...