Oriental Culture Hotel
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... heaps of photos and just marvelled at the views and the enormity of 2000 years work to keep the Monguls out, and all the people who died during construction. The Chinese were given 2 choices in those days - fight for the army or help build the wall. Definitely a day to remember - calling it the Great Wall of China is an understatement. Photos tell the story but you had to be there as the saying ...
... Each airline has their own security protocols. Rhonda and I find the change in AirAsia terminals in 12 months nothing short of amazing. When we left to fly home from our Europe-Singapore trip, we assembled in a metal shed and then walked across the tarmac and climbed the stairs to the plane; now after a $17 billionUS cost, the end product is huge. It is privately owned!! When we checked in online at home before we left, I was issued seat 28K, a window seat. Rhonda was allotted 29K. ...
... 8217;s no way we could have interrupted his sleep. We gave up seeing the Great Wall, unsure of what would happen over the coming hours and days, but at least Sebastian's fever was down, and he was sleeping. That day, we were really grateful for the amazing hotel room. We spent a lot of time there. All of it, in fact, aside from a late trip downstairs for the buffet breakfast. We basically lounged around, took care of some administrative stuff, let Sebastian play with the ...
... is the non-existence of corporate cards which is leading to enormous administrative, manual and time consuming labour as well as difficulty in obtaining sufficient travel data that is used for reporting.
As of July 1, 2013 Chinese visa regulations will be a lot stricter than they used to be. This is actually the first change of the laws in 25 years. However, as there used to be a high degree of abuse of tourist visas for business ...
... guide and he led us to the cars. SInce Dan isn't meeting us until tomorrow, the three of us, the guide and driver were in one car and the suitcases were in another. We headed into the city along "airport road" and there was heavy traffic the entire way. It had snowed this morning but it had all melted. It is COLD and I am worried about being on the tour tomorrow with it being this cold but hopefully our Rochester ...