Beijing Go To Modern Hotel Qianmen
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... Offices during one hour presentation about the company and AirPlus "International Travel Management Study 2014: a comparison of global trends, costs and business travel management highlights". After that, Yunyuan and Lily, also from AirPlus, invited us for dinner in the coolest area of Beijing called “The Place” in Chaoyang.
If you could have seen me today, you could have realized how happiness looks like! ...
... for lunch (spicy beef and mushrooms) at Buffalo Club on. Lovely lakeside area. We then went to Stanlitun and found The Opposte House, a hotel and modern art gallery which is bright green from the outside. We had a very expensive (flat) sparkly cranberry in the cafe, and then walked around the modern part of Stanlitun. We stopped for a cocktail in a trendy cafe with lovely lantern lights all up the stairs. We then walked to the ...
Beijing served as our starting city and introduction to China. We immediately (and literally) felt the squeeze of big city living as we crammed into the airport train and squirmed our way through the busy airport. We found a taxi and got our first experience with traffic in China's Capital - a complex interplay of honks, beeps, frequent lane changes, rightof way to the largest vehicle and every pedestrian/cyclist for themselves. Our friendly cabbie spoke no ...
... women's fashion is defined by:
- Super short skirts (above mid thigh)
- Lace, ruffles, bows, pleats, etc.
- The ever present collar
- Black sheer stockings and fishnets-- worn with shorts, open toed shoes, etc.
- If it fit any of the above, then it's got a lot of bling-- rhinestones and glitter galore
... very similar course to yesterday, again down boulevards more akin to the South of France than the orient. We took some photos, dodged some hawkers “Hey, you need engrish tour guide, cheep, very cheep?” and arrived at the North gate.
“Where do you buy the tickets then, I can’t see any ticket offices?” Dan asked, and I had to admit, I couldn’t either. However, I could see a dismaying sign which ...