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

Bouncing around Beijing

A travel blog entry by jjpreston on Sep 01, 2014

38 photos

... I turned a corner we came across a square of sorts in the gardens with two Chinese women ‘exercising’ here. One was thick set and large for a Chinese woman and moving her arms and legs around erratically. The other appeared to be looking at someone as she backed away across the square holding an umbrella above her head. She was a skinnier lady and dressed in jogging bottoms and a gym vest, middle aged at best. However, she wasn’t looking at anyone, as ...

Language update - a third of the way through!

A travel blog entry by scott.burgess07 on Oct 27, 2013

... these French guys that we met in Wudaokou, and trying to describe what Chiara was talking about (that she ate a grilled seahorse in Wangfujin), and I genuinely couldn't understand what was so difficult to comprehend about my descriptive translation of the seahorse as a 'chapeau de la mer'? They continued to look at me blankly until I realised that I actually meant 'cheval de la mer' - I can sort of see now why they couldn't understand the idea of eating a 'hat of the ...

Visiting the Wall

A travel blog entry by margiehumphrey on Jul 09, 2013

13 photos

... to wake her tired body up and instead let her go sleep on an empty stomach. Ooh on the topic of food......huge breakfasts from the Western buffet in the hotel, rice, rice and more rice ......then "cup of noodles" for dinner in the room. Here's hoping we don't grow tired of rice!!! Although there is an abundance of fun foods to try, we have been taking the more cautious route where our stomachs are concerned. ...

The Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by alycleveland on Jun 06, 2013

2 comments, 10 photos

... the storm would put a damper on our day, but we all were actually enjoying it. How many people can say they watched a thunderstorm on the Great Wall? We literally felt like we were in the storm, being so high up. We watched bolts of lightning streaking down into the valleys below, so close to us, and would listen to the thunder clap and boom right above our heads and then echo through the mountains. Coming from someone ...

CHINA IN THE REAR-VIEW MIRROR: PARADISE LOST

A travel blog entry by hardiek on Aug 28, 2012

3 photos

... them.

I found the red-light district finally… or rather, they found me. I was simply following those famous red lanterns, to see what they were, and knew what I’d found when a man sitting pimp-like in front of an open door inserted the index finger of one hand into a circle formed by the index finger and thumb of the other hand… repeatedly. I get it. Thanks but no thanks. That’s apparently the ...

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