Beijing Conference Center

Address: No.88 Laiguangying West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100010, China | Resort
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      Beijing And Her Amazing Wall

      A travel blog entry by selenaolson on Aug 03, 2014

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      ... of course some senior spitters that still gather mucus from the bowels of their being and let it rip but not like I expected. My memories of India are full of this activity no matter where you were including at your feet and spraying your legs in restaurants. Perhaps life as changed there as well. This is getting really long so I better post to avoid head wounds from readers dying of boredom and cracking their heads on their keyboards. Next stop Datong, her caves and her Hanging ...

      Everybody was Kung Fu fighting!

      A travel blog entry by hreljacsinasia on Nov 19, 2013

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      ... slab to break it(hope you followed me there cause it was kind of hard to explain. It also had super cool fighting scenes as well as amazing mind over body moments where he held his entire body up on this pointed trident which was pretty amazing. My favorite moment was when the main character danced with this fairy that he had been dreaming about while smoke was being blown out from the stage and at one point they were lifted up by 2 ropes in order to dance in the ...

      Day 6 - Hong Kong to Beijing

      A travel blog entry by kazrobaus1 on Sep 06, 2013

      ... our tour guide in Beijing as we thought he was dodgy. How right we were. Still, we kept the GPS running on both phones for the 1 hour journey to South Beijing Railway Station to ensure we were heading in the right direction, and not being kidnapped.

      The Chinese are crazy drivers. they manufacture 6 lanes on a 4 lane freeway, and do not use blinkers. To change lanes, you just start driving into the car next to you, and then lean on the horn to ...

      Here We Go

      A travel blog entry by marklacey on May 22, 2013

      ... Tiananmen's square. First we went through the Great Hall – a governmental building that was built 10 years after the PRC was established. The building is HUGE and very impressive. No shocker there. Many governmental officials meet here and also hold events within this building.

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      Tiananmen's square was about what I ...

      The Strangeness of Others

      A travel blog entry by robyn.doppke on Sep 28, 2012

      The other evening I went out to dinner with a couple of newbies and I think we all had the special. Steak sandwich with fries about 10yuan/RMB $1.59. That is why it is a special, so cheap and somewhat tasteful. After dinner, I decided to go to the local bakery shop to get a delicious piece of cake. Chocolate, my favorite. 18yuan about $2.86. I didn't have anything smaller than a 50yuan $7.93 so I handed it to the ...

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