National Audit Office Guest House (Beijing Beijing Railway Station)

Address: NO.31 2 Dayang Yibin Hutong, Beijing, 100005, China | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

How to See Beijing in 36 Hours

A travel blog entry by the_stamms on Aug 03, 2014

194 photos

... of it, even one with a reputation for sweeping views like Mutianyu where we toured, your perspective doesn’t change too much. 3) When your kid starts looking exhausted, almost frighteningly so, it’s time to head back down. 4) The long ride out from Beijing and relatively short amount of time we actually spent at the Great Wall were 100% worth it. 5) There’s nothing like the feeling of looking at one of the Wonders of the World with your own eyes. After a quick ...

Invading The Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by travelingma on Jul 16, 2014

7 photos

... finding Chinese people standing next to me to take a picture with me. I even had children handed to me to hold for a photo op. Westerners are still enough of a rarity that a photo with us will be the talk of the village. Beijing is crowded with Chinese tourists. Next up was a visit to the Forbidden City. It is a series of courtyards within courtyards with each one becoming smaller and closer to the emperor. We walked through where the people could gather to ...

18 months on........

A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez on Nov 21, 2013

1 comment, 12 photos

... face’ or ‘give face’, rather than lose it. Well, unintentionally I lost my lead teacher face.

She speaks very little English (all lead teachers should speak it to a certain level as it’s a Bilingual Kindergarten) so as you can imagine, it causes some issues in the classroom on a day to day basis, one of the other teachers speaks a little but not much, sometimes simple questions can take forever to solve. You think about how often ...

Lama Temple and Silk Street Market - Day 1

A travel blog entry by sue_and_brian on May 18, 2013

7 photos

Ventured to the Lama Temple by taxi along with Nancy, a traveller from Washington DC. The taxi ride (approx 25 minutes) = 30 Chinese Yuan = ~$4.50. Food/drinks are also relatively inexpensive from the Canadian perspective. The selling of incense bundles began several blocks before the entrance to the Temple and the crowds grew in size as well. The smell of incense was in the air as soon as got out of the taxi and the smoke could be seen upon entrance to the gate even ...

The Great Wall - the WOW factor!

A travel blog entry by 2013 on May 10, 2013

18 photos

... The story of a young boys induction into becoming a monk and becoming a master kung fu practitioner, the young men and boys, performed what can only be described as a cross between dance, kung fu and tai chi, with an extremely high dose of vitamin energy. The members of the troupe train from a very young age to reach the point where they are capable of performing. True dedication to training and technical detail.


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