Also, once you are in the hotel, the concierge can give you a card
with directions to where you are going (once you tell him/her) and
on the flip side are the directions to the hotel in Chinese. This
is very common in China/Taiwan/Hong Kong. A very useful tool.
Ole J. Jacobsen
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On Thu, 16 Sep 2010, Huub van Helvoort wrote:
This is what I always do when I travel to China: Ask a colleague to
send me an email with the name *and* address of the hotel, or the
I print this and take it with me to show the taxi driver so he knows
where to go.
For this meeting it could be put as a page on the meeting website
for everybody to print.
Also note the following: always take one of the green/yellow colored
taxis (if you want to pay the normal rate).
At the airport go to the taxirank outside and take one of these
taxis. *DON't* be fooled by the crowd inside the terminal that tries
to offer you taxi ride .
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