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


A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on May 08, 2014

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... a small room near the reception desk. We walked to Tiananmen, and had our first experience with Beijing's subway system...which was exactly the same as London's Underground. We took it to the Temple of Heaven, a World Heritage site that is ingrained with Chinese dynasties of the past. Set over a huge area of manicured parkland were several temples and buildings important to the dynasties, built by various emperors back to the 15th century. What was even more interesting than ...

First week of school

A travel blog entry by rebecca-thomson on Sep 11, 2013


... fast food outlet of some kind, where we were treated to the sight of an argument breaking out between a customer and an employee. They were yelling back and forth and a manager had to physically restrain the employee, I've never seen that in Canada before!

So in a previous post I believe I mentioned how I was disappointed in the level I was given for studies. I did go to that class on the first day and found it a bit ...

Go straight ahead madam, and then turn left...

A travel blog entry by chloecd on Aug 17, 2013

2 comments, 3 photos

... posher than Business Class (I know that makes sense, it's more expensive, but Business Class was so ridiculously posh I don't see how you would need more!) with my own little cocoon next to a window facing backwards. It is very odd taking off facing backwards - you tilt forwards as the plane rises!

I would definitely recommend a window seat in Business Class, it was my own little nest, whilst all the other seats either meant that you ...

Tsinghua and Silk Street

A travel blog entry by ricao on Jul 22, 2012

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Thankfully, last night's storm had gone away by this morning (even though the forecast predicted otherwise), which is good because they were still activities to do today. This morning, all of us were to go to the opening ceremony of the International Student Summer Camp in Beijing. Everyone had to meet at school at 7am. That meant that today, we had to wake up extra-extra early to make it on time.

After a short bus ride, we arrived at ...

My 2nd Wonder of the World,the Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by lilmisadventure on May 22, 2012

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... both ways at least 10 times, and even then, you really don’t have
any chances to cross. People are constantly grabbing at me asking to
help me with my bags if I pay them. It’s a lot different than back home. Everyone is yelling on their phones, line butting and cutting, and seriously, I have never seen or heard people just hawk a loogie the way they do here, everywhere. Someone even spit on my shoe. Gross x infinity.

By the end of the day, I am ...

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