Guest House For Beijing University Of Chemical Technology

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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Wooo to the Wall

A travel blog entry by filipmontberg on Jun 02, 2014

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If Shanghai was a western city with heavy Chinese influence then Beijing was the real (Chinese) deal. We got in to the city from the airport at around 6pm and we were quite tired so we only gave our clothes in for laundry, had some dinner at the restaurant in the hostel and booked a tour of the city for the next day before we went to watch the new x-men sequel "Days of Futures Past" and it was incredible! The next day we had to leave for the tour at 07.30 which was lovely. ...

Day 28 - Forbidden City & Summer Palace

A travel blog entry by costin on Oct 27, 2013

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... a tour guide offering us a tour. When we declined, he offered us discount tickets. Obviously, we were immediately suspicious! But after plenty of questions and seeing that Kim and Jemma could get in with the tickets, I gave him 75 RMB for 3 tickets, 15RMB less than they should have been and we skipped the queue. It transpired that he could get cheap tickets because he had a guide license - strange system. The entrance to the Summer Palace was as crowded as ...

Mid-Autumn Festival

A travel blog entry by rebecca-thomson on Oct 04, 2013

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... jewelry, that sort of thing. Several shops even had a resident calligrapher, someone who has a desk set up in the back of the shop and just makes calligraphy works for the shop to sell.

The shopkeepers were still relentless though, every single one gave us the story that "Oh this is normally <double price> but today since it's a holiday it's only <half price>", it's all nonsense since these people ...

The Most Valuable Chinese Commodity: Chinese Food

A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Apr 09, 2013

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... soup in a barrel, fried green beans, cumin mutton and any of the dry pots (a way to specially prepare vegetables). The mantou (fried bread dipped in a sweet frosting) and their pumpkin cakes are also very good. There are many restaurants in Beijing that are styled similarly: the menu is more like a giant, thin book with common dishes such as meats, soups, vegetables, rice, and different kinds of bread and cakes—things such as the mantou and pumpkin cakes can be found all ...

The first trip to Hongqiao

A travel blog entry by ricao on Aug 09, 2012

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... I actually said it a little meaner, but I won't give full details.

If you are a girl and love to go purse and clothes shopping, then you would probably love Hongqiao Market. There are entire floors dedicated to purses, clothes and jewelry. Part of the reason I like the Silk Market better is because...it contains more things that I would want. The first place we went was to the very top floor, since ...

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