Raffles Beijing Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... meeting they hosted us for dinner at a local Chinese restaurant. It was beneficial to meet with them and learn additional interesting things about BCD and the industry. The first interesting thing was that BCD in China is a joint venture with Shanghai Jepsen Air Services Co. Similar to what we saw in Dubai, each company needs a local company in order to do business in China. We heard from Karen about the challenges that a TMC faces in ...
... it seemed, is in Beijing. There are two dutch families from Holland and one family from France. We didn't really get a chance to talk to these families since they don't speak any english and really they didn't seem very interested in talking to us anyway. So on the plane it was nap time and I was hoping she would just sleep the whole time but she'd fallen asleep in the morning and ...
... the Melb due advised we would end up at Tower 15 and walk mostly downwards to Tower 5 to catch the toboggan down on completion.
It appears the cable car going to tower 15 is having maintenance done and we have been transported to our end location but have the option of walking either direction. As we could see most of the wall on the upper side towards tower 15 we decided to walk that way as uphill first and then an easy walk back.
This stretch of the wall has ...
... place and out to the rooftop terrace. He showed us our lovely rooms and how to get around tonight if we fancied exploring the city. After a quick power nap we headed out into Beijing for the first time in search of food. Every street was bustling with people and lined with Chinese food cafes and restaurants, sadly they all looked a bit too dirty for us at that time, we were feeling a bit sick after the flights and not eating for 7 hours so we were in search ...
... dropped off at the foreign
student’s dorm we left our luggage there and only took what we would
need for a weeklong trip on the silk road. We then ate out at our first
Chinese restaurant, where I learned to eat with chopsticks. One
delicious and very cheap dinner later we then caught a bus, subway, and
then bus back to our liason’s house where we will now be spending the