Weishuqu Guest House

Address: No.63 Wanshou Road Yi, Beijing, 100036, China | Resort
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Back in BJ

A travel blog entry by carolineandkent on Sep 27, 2014

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Walked to Tiananmen Square but didn't actually go into the square. There were huge queues going through security, even the body scanners were rocking as people pushing to get through. Walked around the roads and back to hotel. Took the subway to ...

China II

A travel blog entry by henryghevans on May 03, 2014

... salt and rotting seafood in the wind. Ended up on equivalent of Oxford Street (just as ghastly; loud pumping music; cheap disposable clothes and too many people). RC felt like a clumsy giant. Same cheap clothes (at the same prices as in the UK, no cheaper); same slogans in (even more broken) English on them; same pumping British and American pop music on every floor. Different crowds; crazy many like you'd maybe see at Christmas in London, buying stuff. ...

Exploring Ritan Park

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Aug 29, 2013

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... tomb and Memorial Room of Ma Jun, a revolutionary martyr and pioneer of patriotic education of Beijing in 2001.With a number of international [and mainly Turkish/middle eastern] restaurants opposite the park's northern gate, this is a perfect area to stroll, admire, then drink and eat and savour the hidden delights Beijing has to offer. I enjoyed walking and exploring this as yet undiscovered haven in a bustling ...

The delights of Chinese cuisine

A travel blog entry by wotters on Feb 11, 2013

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Just a little extra blog post to record a lovely meal we had in Beijing. Our new friends we met at Sunrise Hostel joined us for an afternoon sightseeing on Chinese New Year's day: Gill from Israel and Kevin from Canada. Kevin has the same itinerary as us for the rest of China but was planning on leaving Beijing tomorrow. He may now stay longer and join us for the rest of our tour. Another person to add to the gang! After strolling the streets ...

Take me to your leader

A travel blog entry by markbaker on Feb 05, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

... queue I've seen actually operate like a queue in Beijing) The queue today is made up of 999 Chinese and 1 British bloke all wanting to catch a glimpse of an embalmed, pickled and generally dead Mao. It's a surreal experience. There are plenty of guards on duty, people lay flowers at his statue in a room with enough potted plants already. Then you move slowly through to see an open topped coffin, a sheet and a body all covered under glass. If that indeed is ...