Dushi Xinyuan Family Apartment

Address: Chongwenmen Wai Main Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100062, China | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Back to school!

A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez on Sep 08, 2013

9 comments, 12 photos

... each day / week etc. but I think once I’m into the flow of it, it will be a bit easier. I have an hour after my lunch break for prep when the children are having their nap.

My working day is longer, 8am – 5pm, with an hour for lunch. I am getting up at 6.30am instead of 7.45am, I have a 15 minute cycle each way to work (good exercise for me!) and I’m on my feet most of the day, looking after small children. That resulted in a very ...

Two adventures in one day

A travel blog entry by sonjaandrad on Aug 10, 2013

1 photo

... hill to the upper most temple. Dehydrated i think. Lots of photos! We then had a sideways tour booked for the evening. Really fun though dangerous - no helmet and no protective clothing! Noone in beijing seems to wear either of the above. I wonder how many accidents and deaths they have. Whilst we were there we didnt even see any near misses, it all seems to flow well. Chinese ...

The Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by travelgirl2013 on Feb 25, 2013

7 photos

... we've visited the palace is ripe with history and if I can come up with a brief summary I'll include it here. From the Summer Palace we moved on to a Jade factory. China is a big source of Jade and has some excellent craftsmen who work with it to produce some fine jewellery, sculptures and, in the case of this particular factory, the medals for the 2008 Beijing Olympics which included jade as one of their components. Well, the highlight of the day was The Great Wall of China. My ...

Day 1 Beijing

A travel blog entry by lindb on Aug 12, 2012

7 photos

... city from the top of the hill. Pretty amazing views over the whole of Beijing. I later learn that the park (hill) was built from the soil excavated to create the moat. The only English signs in the park are for the toilets, and as I had just had an unpleasant experience at the last set, decided to give them a miss. Everything else is pretty much written in Chinese, so you have no idea what you are looking at. The park is full of very odd characters, from small groups of ...

Great Wall of China!!!

A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Nov 09, 2011

1 comment, 12 photos

... We got up to Jinshanling and it was noticeably cooler. I’m glad I brought my gloves up there with me or I would have been forced to buy a pair from one of the six million women selling **** up there. Our group was about twenty people and we all started walking up the hill to get the wall. There was a wall of women lined up on both sides of the street and when people walked by they each picked a couple of people to ...

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