Qiaobo International Conference Center
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- Fitness/Health 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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... brought her coworker Sun (Soon) to drive for us while she guided us to the sites. We hopped into Sun’s car and sped off into the morning rush hour traffic, and by sped off I mean we spent about two minutes just trying to get back on the road and were then stuck in bumper to bumper traffic for the hour that it took to get to the Temple of Heaven.
We arrived and Sun dropped us off and went to park the car and wait for us. As ...
... rabies will kill you). It was all great information before our next leg of the trip.
After lunch, we met with Travel Sky. Travel Sky is the only GDS allowed to operate in China. There was a major language barrier in this meeting and Brian had to translate it to us while Benson talked in Mandarin with the professionals. Luckily, we learned about TravelSky and the GDS in China in other ...
... which contains a bizarre collection of mock ups of 76 government departments. If only our civil service had offices such as The Department for Suppressing Schemes or The Department of Instant Reward and Retribution I think our country would be a much better place. My favourite though, and the one where I would like to work, has to be the Department for Implementing 15 Kinds of Violent Death. Imagine the job satisfaction. I bet it has a really cool logo too.
... Korea), Bastian and Judi (France), Laura (Latvia), Ahmed (Egypt), and Steven (China/US). I absolutely love being in such an international group. It's really amazing and fun.
So our mode of transport was the subway. The street we went to is kind of like Times Square in New York City with garish lights, street performers, and lots and lots of people. We went down this crazy alley to the night market that has a beautiful gate at its entrance. Inside we found ...
... hit the wall! THE GREAT WALL Again, we planned ahead and determined we could make it to the wall on our own, avoiding painful tour groups. We set our alarm for 6.30am, grabbed a quick breakfast and caught the metro to Beijing North train station to catch an out of town train to Badaling, the only point to access the wall near Beijing. Arriving half an hour before departure like the organised travellers we are, we lined up to purchase our ticket, undistracted ...