Lianju Guest House

No.19 Dongcanhuan South Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100021, China | Resort
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A travel blog entry by christine_n_den


... for lunch with our new friends, Stu, Suz, and Hiro (from our Tibetan tour) a local told us that the smog was very good today, and it’s a good thing we weren’t there the week before. We spent most of our first day in Beijing relaxing - we did, however, go eat some amazing noodle soup at a Chinese Islamic restaurant (due to lack of religious census data, it’s hard to know exactly the religious breakdown in China, ...

Great Wall

A travel blog entry by amyfisher

This is a top pick!

... Dean and I continued to walk along the wall some more.

We went down via the chairlift, as the toboggan we were hoping to use was closed due to the rain. We met the rest of the group at a restaurant for lunch, where we discovered that Maja’s sister’s boyfriend Benjamin had used the opportunity of being on the Great Wall to propose to Maja’s sister.

With a newly engaged couple in our ...

Here to climb the wall

A travel blog entry by lozsue2013


... br> The entrance is majestical and opens up to an internal atrium with grand staircases leading off in two directions, both with very detailed ornate handrails. There is currently a promotion for the basic rooms in the Hotel starting a $270aus but normal price for cheapest room is $320aus which is probably good value given the standard of Hotel and facilities.

Last stop was to Molly Malone's for a night cap. We expected it to be a typical Irish/English pub with smelly carpets ...

Beijing II

A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul

... would still be there if we had tried to do more than a circuit of the lake.

We have spent our last week in China (as well as the other seven) eating extremely well. On Tuesday we went to a Peking Duck restaurant. It was in a weird area of town, along a very busy highway, on the bottom floor of a shopping mall that was under development, but the restaurant was very good. We had a set meal which comprised pressed duck liver, crunchy green ...

China - Part 2: Xi'an, Beijing, Dali & Lijiang!

A travel blog entry by helena.zelem


... and we head for Dali in the south of China, on that list (some random book) of 100 places to see before you die. We stay at a hostel called the ‘Jade Emu’, with a big communal courtyard with a snooker table. The rules of the house, play the boss at snooker and win a night's accommodation, lose and you have to buy him a beer. The boss, a Australian now living there with his Chinese wife is much obliging to play any and all on his snooker table. Me and Elly know better ...


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