National Audit Office Guest House (Beijing Beijing Railway Station)

No.31-2 Dayang Yibin Hutong, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100005, China | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Day 16: Great Wall

A travel blog entry by kari_middendorf on Jun 20, 2014

... on the Great Wall of China! There was a breeze, there was a view, and there were tons of tourists! The walk along the Wall was pretty hard, with loose rocks, huge steps, and places where the sides had fallen away. We trekked for miles, stopping only a few times to take photos or take drinks. I was beginning to feel kind of dizzy because the climb was exhausting, I was probably dehydrated, and it was quite warm that high up. I kept going though, thinking ‘Maybe ...

Pamper Day

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Nov 13, 2013

2 photos

... in China. Eating that reminded me of the times I would go eat Thai food with my Cambodian friend Monica back home.

When we finished eating, Bethany took me to her spa place. It was odd that we had to go though a gate into an apartment building. She pushed the number to get us buzz in, so we could enter. Then, we took the elevator to the twelfth floor. We entered an open door and it was a nice spa place with a bunch of ...

To the Top of the Wall, Pandas and Farewell Dinner

A travel blog entry by lavernelund on Apr 16, 2013

1 comment, 26 photos

... terrain, rising up around 30-50 feet, tapering at the top to 10-20 feet wide. As it follows the existing terrain the walkway along the length of the wall involves negotiating uneven brick stairs at very steep angles.There are signs at the entrance warning that it's not recommended for those with weak hearts, lungs or brains. We continued in spite of this.
There are crenelations and small openings along the northern side of the wall for defense, with a smaller waist-high ...

Squinting into the smog to see the Great Wall

A travel blog entry by mrandmrstopp on Aug 30, 2012

7 photos

... We didnt even get so much as a look in our direction. Instead we got a waving arm impatiently telling us to get away from the window and join the queue forming at the next window. Thought it might be because we were foreigners but 50 minutes of standing in said queue proved that this was their usual behaviour. There were 2 trains scheduled to leave in the time we waited in that queue - but maybe they were cancelled? Who would know, we certainly didnt ...

In This City

A travel blog entry by magentadreams on May 19, 2012

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... in the audio guide, the Empress Dowager I think, who I remember because she seemed to be called Sue Shi!

The Imperial Garden was stunning, and probably my favourite bit. Puyi, the last emperor, hid his family here. By the gate to the Imperial Garden was a tree. It had originally been two trees bound together which were now one tree to represent eternal love, created for the wedding of a crown-prince and his empress. There were lots ...

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