Duhai Chang'An Guest House

Address: Jia No.10 Guanghua Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100020, China | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

We climbed the Great Wall, we are real Chinese

A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Oct 08, 2014

2 comments, 70 photos

... sides, opening to the south and protecting the dead from evil spirits carried on the north wind. Thirteen emperors, seven concubines, and one eunuch are buried here. The site is more than 80 square kilometers and is about 50 kilometers from the center of Beijing, but is still within the Beijing city limits.

We walked the elegant Sacred Way that leads to the tombs. Beginning with a grand marble gateway that is more than 400 hundred years old, the long avenue is lined with ...

The First Day in a New World

A travel blog entry by florachen on Jan 26, 2014

... play various upbeat, classical tunes. Since I recognized many of the melodies it was rather enjoyable to listen to.Twas a hoot watching the Chinese audience enthusiastically clap along to each song towards the end. Of course, their enthusiasm brought an extensive round of applause along with a standing ovation. Everyone seems to be in good spirits here with the Chinese New Year approaching. The aura around here reminds me much of the hearty joyfulness around Christmastime.


Love Gifts

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Nov 14, 2013

6 photos

This morning, I got up and decided to wear my scarf from Pingyao. I was not in the mode to go out in style like I had been for the last few days. So, I chose to pair my scarf with my white t-shirt and jeans

I brought a chicken wrap from the vendor outside my dorm. Then I walked to the lounge. As I entered, Olivia and her tutor were there. I studied for my dictation. When I was about to leave, Olivia then decided to leave too.

I walked to class ...

Last Free Day

A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Jun 29, 2013


Our last day of freedom in Beijing!

I basically spent the day socializing. I woke up early, went to the supermarket, and then left for the subway with Najung. We went to the middle of the city; she left for a museum while I headed over to Raffles Hotel.

There, I met up with my private voice teacher from high school, Anne, who just happens to be in the city at the same time. She, her two friends, and I had lunch together in a nice and touristy mall near their hotel, ...

The 'not so' Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by hoffs2ctheworld on Sep 11, 2012

37 photos

... definitely a peaceful contrast to the Forbidden City.

My favourite area of Beijing though, was the hutong (alleyways) and not he touristy hutong but the quiet residential hutong that lead off of the tourist street. Men standing around observing card and mahjong games, old women sitting on their small chairs watching life go by, dogs with underbites laying around in the sun and peace and quiet with only the occassional honking of a ...

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