Renaissance Beijing Capital Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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Matthew and I had a fantastic first day in Beijing. We explored the Jingshan Park and walked around central Beijing. In the afternoon, we want to the ex-pat section in Sanlitun. Upscale restaurants and shopping - Matthew was in his glory. Jet lag is a problem and Matthew was sound asleep by 7 p.m.
... We were looking forward to seeing the sun and blue skies instead of the persistent grey veil that cloaks China's capital. Interestingly, the APEC conference was held in Beijing about a week later and we hear they gave loads of workers time off and shut down the factories. Beijing was suddenly transformed into a quiet city with lovely clear skies and fresh air, just in time for the visit of important foreign dignitaries! Convenient.
... new technology products. Before getting down to business in our meeting, we had some fun by playing on the gaming systems that Microsoft had to showcase. We had a nice discussion about the challenges within the industry. Some challenges are the lack of infrastructure and problems with retaining talent within the organization. Some examples of the lack of infrastructure include problems with the GDS, OBTs, online payment systems, ...
... I took Matt's bike out and pedalled my way through the cities domineering road system - and lived to tell the tale. A great way to see the place a soak up the rich experience it provides. The sunset outside the Forbidden City was a golden end to my adventure. Finally I would like to thank Matt and Liz and all the people I have met that have made this such a great experience and provided a real insight into this often confusing but fundamentally fantastic ...
... exchange office and our foolish assumption that the money was correct (we didn't look closely enough at the bills) meant that we were stuck with a load of currency that cannot be changed at any bank outside of Mongolia. So if anyone plans to visit Mongolia (or knows anyone who is) then please let us know!
Undeterred we set out from the train station to try to get to our accommodation. This was easier said than done as we didn't have a map, most taxi drivers don't speak ...