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Weekend only in Beijing - Best in 1.5 days!

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I'll be in Beijing for work in a few weeks and only have Sat and Sun am on my own before flying down to Shanghai for another 2 days for work. How much can I really do on just Saturday and Sunday until noon or so? Best use of VERY limited time??

As info, staying at Beijing MIllinium (collegues arranged) -which is supposedly "centrally located" but not walking distance to major sights such as Forbidden City, etc.. On Sunday, I need to either fly (collegue recommended) or bullet train to Shanghai by a decent hour. Flights seem to be 1.5 hr and train 4.5.. but read that reliability of flights is much less.. any thoughts from experience here? Would ideally like to be at my hotel in Shanghai (Portman Ritz) by 10:30pm or 11 latest. Thanks for any thoughts..veebee

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