The Ritz-Carlton Beijing
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... Village area before arriving at the acrobatic show. Unfortunately, there was no photography allowed during the show. I did take some before and after the actual show. The two things I found most spectacular was the one lady that balanced two trays of partially filled glasses on one glass, which was balanced on her face. Then she climbed these two large steps all ...
For awhile, I have wanted to do an activity called drink and draw where you are given a glass of wine or two and draw. The drawings tend to be up to the establishment that provides the event. I first heard about it four years ago when I was visiting my cousins in Colorado and they had told me about it and immediately when hearing this type of activity, it was like music to my ears. As a kid, I have always loved being creative and doing something artsy ...
... met by Charlotte from Hainan, and driven to the HNA Headquarters. We had a quick lunch in the cafeteria with the rest of the group, then started the tour. They have a fairly large main office building, completely done up. Crew prep rooms (one for the pilots and one for the FAs...I know what you are thinking Nicole,bad for CRM) with coffee and tea, snacks. A Sky Bar for ice cream and refreshments. There is a crew hotel across the way. It is free for Hainan crews at work.
... 11:30. I took two subway lines, and as normal, the subway was crowded. The transfers between lines are very long and confusing, so the journey was a little stressful. For the time being I was happy to be underground instead of out in the open air.
When I saw a well-dressed white and blonde family, I rushed up to them and said "Can I assume y'all are going to church?" My assumption was correct, and I talked with Chris and Sarah, and their four children, all ...
... our hotel to the Bell Tower and the Drum Tower. Built on the central axis of the city which leads directly to the Forbidden City, in ancient times the bell rang at 6am every morning and the drum sounded at 7pm every evening to signal the start and the end of the day. Although it was already closed (it was 5pm already), Fan wangled us in to a tea ceremony within the Bell Tower and we were introduced to the delights of the Tea in China. A tea lady - she was so much more than ...