Qiaobo International Conference Center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQiaobo International Conference Center Beijing
Quite a good place to stay I thought. Rooms were clean, neat and tidy. The best thing is the indoor sports on top of the hotel!
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Up at 5:30 to catch the bus for the airport. Had to walk a kilometer in the dark to get to the bus stop. It's a safe and easy thing to do in Japan. We had a 1 hour bus ride to the airport then two planes to Beijing. Our plane from Shanghai to Beijing was gigantic; 8 seats across. We were 4 of only 7 westerners on board. Along with the other westerners we got on the wrong bus on the tarmac and were sent to the wrong place for ...
... and he could get home early. He seems a very proud man and fought valiantly to insist on picking us up but our guide pled our case and after he dropped us off at the teahouse he looked very thankful to be heading home to his family early.
It appeared that the tour company had bought us the best tickets in the house as we were immediately whisked to front and centre of the stage with some other westerners and middle class Chinese tourists whilst the ...
... as surprising as your buzz cut." He said to me.
We boarded our hour long bus ride. I fell asleep during the bus ride. So tired.
Once we got to the bottom of a hill, we were told we had to walk the rest of the path. The path initially had concrete steps, but then the second half of it was completely natural rocky terrain. Yunnan all over again.
In Yunnan, we had to walk in uneven, rocky terrain and it was tough. My feet would ...
... and her husband Charlie who run a tea shop in the narrow back streets of Beijing. Cooking as they would for a family, we had to eventually ask Charlie to "Step away from the wok" as we just couldn't poke down any more chicken, pork, rice, noddles.... It went on and on! After dinner, Alice gave us a tour of her Chinese tea selection and briefed us on all the various health benefits of each - area half a dozen different teas, I should be ...
... toward common goals. We communicate the same through hand gestures and facial expressions and hold very similar moral.
Beijing is a home-away-from-home and I could not be more thankful for the experience. I've learnt a lot about myself as well as man-kind, the history of China as well as the world.
Don't worry my next blog won't be as serious - I'm going to try and play with some of the sights we've seen here :)