Spring Garden Courtyard Hotel
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... and design, and love to see what’s trending in different places in the world. I can spend literally all day perusing every single rack (most shops sell the exact same ****, but I get a high when I discover that unique piece with a one-off cut) – and I did. The street scene in the Beijing Zoo area is very lively – I love just sitting on the steps with my milk ...
... camera that I still have no idea how to use.
The next day, after following Beijing hipsters down the metaphorical rabbit hole that was Tienamen East station, I wander about a little.
I do adore this city. It is frantically ...
... thin, crispy or chewy, but it’s almost always folded several times before served. I get mine from one of my two bus stops I go to on my way to school. They also include sausages if you like, a kind of red sauce and chili sauce if you want. They know me by now and clearly there is no language barrier when it comes to food. I tend ...
... there. Found a mall and retail therapy is the best cure for tanties. Even a supermarket has the power to cure when you find bargains like this. Fruit, Skittles, juice, cashew nuts and a single piece of sushi (it was cute) all for $6.50. Cant even get cashews for that price in NZ! So we were happy little campers and ate our lunch on the train instead of the wall.
Train to Badaling took just over an hour. We emerged in a stinky little train station ...
... that much to sit in a London cab, let alone go anywhere!!
Anyway, we arrived at the JW Marriott for the networking evening, nice glass of wine, canapes, fab terrace outside & the networking began. Lots of people eager to talk at you about themselves, thrust their cards at you - luckily we've been reading a very good recommended book about networking, and this is NOT what you do!!!! We did meet a couple ...
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