Jinjiang Inn Beijing Songjiazhuang Subway Station
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... friends later in the evening and so it was three of us on the way home but there had been a miscommunication in the amount of stops. The driver was so angry and was yelling at us for about twenty minutes. One of our friends got out as his stop and my friend and I decided that we should surprise the driver and give him some extra money as he was driving is quite far and it would be a lot of gas on him to return. When we decided this, we were actually really excited to ...
... was just around the corner of the Drum and Bell towers, old towers where the drums and bells for the Forbidden City were kept. They are both really beautiful, although the Bell tower really caught my attention (mostly because it didn’t have the typical red and yellow look).
Up next was the Temple of Heaven park. Every year, the Chinese emperors would come here to perform ceremonies for a good harvest and good fortune. The temple of heaven park is really beautiful, ...
I returned to my room and just lay in my room. Bored out of my mind. Bethany wechatted me. I expressed to her that I was so bored. She suggested that I should check out Qianmen because it had cool alleys and street food.
I googled Qiamen and turned out that it was the subway station for a placed called Zhengyangmen.
After quickly looking up what subway lines to take, I quickly left my room.
When I was exiting west ...
... that AMEX faces within China is the inability to set search filters on TravelSky that would pull up only those options which fit into a certain account's specific travel policies. This means that agents must know what the preferred airlines are and what class each account is authorized to book. Again, this adds tedious, time-consuming work to what would be a simple automated action in countries free from communism.
... Temple of Heaven and missed much of its treasures and scampered through the eastern gate as we were on our way to see a Kung Fu show at 515pm. On our way out we happened across the local retirees playing cards along the covered walkways, playing very unusual instruments and singing rousing nationalistic songs calling young people to join the army - not sure if this video will work but take a peep if it does. The Kung Fu show gave an insight into ...