Park Plaza Beijing Science Park
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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... us for an office tour and it was fantastic, because they had meeting spaces in the form of sauna and every desk had a plant so the office almost looked like a garden.
In the afternoon, we visited the GDS company, Travelsky! Mr. Tang, COO of Beijing Han Ju Information Technology Ltd, specializes in data analysis of travellers. The most astonishing thing he shared with us was their business intelligence solution which ...
... grim state it was in when we moved in the apartment is pretty perfect. Great views, when not obstructed by the smog, and only a 20 minute walk to work for me and 15 minutes for Hannah. Just opposite of our building there is a little supermarket as well as fruit and vegetable stands. In all we have been so lucky with our apartment, even if we do have to dust twice a day and can see the dust floating through the air. The smog and dust is another story entirely ...
... After that we had a bit of time for shopping at an 5 storey market selling cheap knockoffs from clothes, to shoes, to handbags to jewellery. Sorry guys, no Christmas presents from there! No Rolex watches or Prada....which were being sold by everyone. We ended the evening with a excellent meal in a high end restaurant before saying our good-byes to our tour group buddies. We leave the hotel at 6:30 am tomorrow bound for Hong Kong. So long for now ...
... for one day, we headed for the Temple of Heaven. We decided to walk the 6km, after waiting for the bus for 30 minutes in front of a street food shop that honed of tripe. Lovely. It was worth it though, as the temple is really beautiful. It is perched on a 3-tier marble base and the different colours making up the temple really stood out against the sunset. The emperors used to come to the temple for the annual ceremonies of prayer to heaven for good harvests. The temple is ...
... explore. We first walked to Jingshan Park, which was very vibrant and filled with loud music and dancing! There were two ladies ribbon dancing to "Gangnam Style" which was quite interesting to watch....never thought I'd see that. You were able to climb up to the Wanchun Pavilion and you could see the whole scape of Beijing and overlook the Forbidden City. There was a huge golden Buddha inside the temple, but unfortunately couldn't take a ...