National Institute Of Metrology Guest House

Building 34-35, Zone 11, Heping Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100013, China | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

The Year of the Horse- around Beijing

A travel blog entry by senorita-tes

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Temple Fairs.

It is how the Beijingers ring in the New Year! They attend these very crowded fairs that take place on the grounds of the temples around the city. One of the most well known ones is at Ditan Park.

Upon entering, we paid a small fee (10 RMB each). I immediately noticed that everyone was carrying these very long fake flowers, or other interesting looking sticks that they held up in the ...

Our Last Sunday....

A travel blog entry by bcpschina

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... have loved every minute you've been in China. I love the fierce love and protective instinct that you have for others. Your friends are lucky to have you. I hope that there are many trips back to China for you!

Kalie--how you get such a huge heart in such a tiny body is beyond me. I can still see all the smiles as you make friends with every person on every bus, and in every class, and in every shop....well, you get the idea. Never lose the joy ...

Beijing Day 3

A travel blog entry by boness-academy

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... I don’t think they have ever seen this layout before. I actually quite like it as it utilises the
area more and gives you more space in the room for all your belongings and to
relax. I really don’t like rooms that
squash everything in and you have no room to move around in it.

After a brief meeting with the group to discuss plans for
tomorrow it was off to bed to get ready for a 7am alarm call – darn these early
rises!

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The Great Wall

A travel blog entry by mark-anita

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... us down at the table and said "ok see you" and left. After a short while dish after dish started arriving, we got 3 dishes and a huge bowl of soup and then a plate of watermelon. We soon learned that the Chinese want to provide you with more food than you can eat as it is polite to provide lots. Eventually our guide turned back up and we set off through the Forbidden city which was huge! It was built over 14 years and has been the imperial palace for 24 emperors, it is 74ha ...

Interview with Marc

A travel blog entry by amyw304

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... there are times that Amy suddenly is struck with the ability to understand detailed spoken Mandarin. She can translate entire lectures being given to restaurant staff by the manager. She can translate arguments happening between a couple on the subway. And songs playing on the radio. Truly remarkable and miraculous gift!]

A: How does traveling with an entourage here in China differ from being alone?
M: It's much more fun. ...

     

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