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

Stairway to Heaven

A travel blog entry by ardenmusictours on Apr 14, 2014

3 comments, 6 photos

We were immersed in history and culture at the Temple of Heaven this morning. A session of Tai Chi, hackey sacks, shuttle cock and up tempo tai chi. Of course the buildings were stunning and we learnt a lot of detail about the significance of their colours, the use of marble and the Juniper ...

Legend of Jinsha Acrobat Show

A travel blog entry by kennethq on Aug 01, 2013

2 photos

I'd like to summarize this post due to Tsingtao beer and tiredness... The acrobat show was great ( OK, is that enough information??). Probably not enough info I presume...ugh, I'll try and supply more details. There was lots of Chinese acrobats jumping around the place making me feel like I need to exercise more. If you want more details jump on a plane ...

One last hooray!!!

A travel blog entry by dillardstravels on Jul 08, 2013

128 photos

... arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal; ">This leaves a lot of excess food at meals. In the city the restaurants sell the scraps at a bargain rate to pig farmers. In homes they will sometimes eat the remaining food for next day. Especially the boiled dumplings. The next morning they take the dumplings and fry them for breakfast. Our hostess had a clear plastic cover on the table. At first we didn't understand what she was doing when she scraped all of our ...

A Breath of Blue Sky

A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Feb 01, 2013

2 comments, 5 photos

... Almost everything is spoken in Chinese, though my supervisor speaks fairly good English. At work I use QQ, China’s most popular IM service, to talk with my colleagues, and signing onto it is the first thing I do everyday. People here very much enjoy using emoticons; everything from peace signs to what I think is a dancing mole is used for expression. From 12 pm – 1 pm there is a lunch break, and during lunch I go out with the colleagues, ...

Singing in the rain: Great Wall of China edition

A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon on Jul 21, 2012

13 photos

... the water off the wall and into the side of the mountain – genius! If they hadn’t done that, water could have easily built up within the wall. We walked through about 4 or 5 watch towers and despite the clouds, I was able to score some incredible pictures.

As we made our way back to the gondola, the rain POURED down on us. Make matters worse, most of the trek back was uphill and considering I hadn’t worked out in a ...

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