Nature Times Hotel
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... a lot of companies moved their focus away from productivity and satisfaction to a more onesided cost(saving) focus, but as we are getting out of the crisis the productivity and satisfaction focus is returning. Even though it shouldn't be a surprise it kind of does anyway that this is what happens in a crisis, because I really believe that a strong productivity and satisfaction focus creates at least as much value and profit to the company as a costsaving focus does - it's perhaps just ...
... really, but it's all relative to the local economy. We had a bit more of a wander and bought a few little trinket type things, then realised it was getting late and we needed to get back, as we were meeting to discuss our group presentations for tomorrow. We caught a bus back to Sanyuanquiao station, then caught a train to Haidianhuangzhuang, from where we caught another train back to East Gate of Peking University. It was only two trains this time, because we had crossed ...
... of having the gift of opportunity to see this place and thanked God for bringing me there. I just couldn't believe I was there- a place I'd dreamed of seeing. And it was nothing short of spectacular, epic, iconic, and stunning. For an ancient wonder of the world, China has definitely preserved it beautifully.
From this experience, I would have to advise that November was certainly a great month to go to the Great Wall. The tourists and ...
... gone to McDonald's instead.
Today, we woke up at 4:15am. It might be a nap day because we have a 3 hour dinner, 10 course dinner tonight. We are going on a 5K walk this morning with my Moms work friends. We don't know what else we are doing today yet. We have seen most of the big sites we wanted to see. We thought about going to see the Pandas but we read this morning that it was not that nice and the animals weren't treated too nicely. ...
... the grewat wall and do some hiking. The great wall is not a s you might think one long stretch but divided in many big and small piece of wall started to be build well over 2000 years ago to stop the Mongols and other barbarians from invading China. We walked on the wall for about 2-3 houres and made our way through bushes and up and down hills before we were back at the carpark. Later it turned out that was all very much illegal and it could ...