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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Beijing and the Mutianyu Great Wall

A travel blog entry by uk2013 on Mar 23, 2014

1 comment, 26 photos

... strawberries, 3 each, that was enough!
Well back on the road again, and this time the road was blocked quite a way from the wall, so we had to walk, probably about 3kms, uphill too !! Yes that's right, Michelle Obama was having lunch and she was about to come out to go and visit the wall, so another half an hour of waiting, she finally left with about 10 following cars, all black.
The final part ...

Peking Duck, great! Debit card lost, not so...

A travel blog entry by scott.burgess07 on Nov 07, 2013

6 photos

... night for my birthday/Ross's last day to a duck restaurant in Tian'anmen Square (the oldest duck restaurant in Beijing), but unfortunately Ross now has to leave for home tomorrow, so we did the meal tonight instead. We had to compromise with Chiara, and so ate in a restaurant in Wudaokou, so that she could still make it in time for beer pong later (when I suggested Tian'anmen Square, which is halfway across the city, I was greeted with the usual 'but ...

Some notes on Beijing

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on Sep 24, 2013

5 comments, 9 photos

... where there is some English spoken, but not a lot.

How to not get run over by a car in Beijing:

Beijing is laid out in a grid, with large multilane streets at fairly regular (large!) intervals. On these bigger streets there are usually 2-3 lanes of car traffic each way, plus a 2-3 lane bike and motorcycle lane on either side. So these streets are wide, have a lot of disparate traffic, and take a while to get across. As in ...

Temple of Heaven Park

A travel blog entry by petekoh on Oct 11, 2012

21 photos

... food is easily available at 5-10rb per bowl of noodle/rice.
Do not come to China during the Lunar New Year and in the first week of October because all the tourist spots will be very very crowded.
Beijing is very hazy due to pollution. So the 2nd week of October is the best time as the weather cools for winter and the hazy disappears. November the winter sets in and you may get ...

Medical exams and banking

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Aug 27, 2012

2 comments

Todays blog is photo free just a report of dealing with Chinese bureaucracy. Picked up by a school base we were driven almost three hours through traffic that I'd heard about but was to experience. My Los Angeles friends who complain about the 405 freeway have it easy in comparison to a city with 5 times the population car obsessed and dealing with traffic through the city's many ring roads as they're called ...

   

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