National Tourism Administration Guest House

Address: Jia No.9 Jianguomen Nei Main Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100005, China | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Lesson Learned

A travel blog entry by 60daysinchina on Oct 23, 2014

6 comments

... high today and what I couldn’t see was that on the other side of the lake was a towering palace on top of a large hill. We spent about an hour and a half walking the path and crossing all the different shaped bridges. I took a lot of pictures but because of the pollution there were not many that were useable. We eventually reached the actual palace. I was starting to understand what my friend Claudia meant when she said, “Ok ...

Bicycle bicycle ... I like to ride my bicycle....

A travel blog entry by ardenmusictours on Apr 14, 2014

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For lunch we were split into two groups and taken to the home of a Beijing family. This is their business where they open their homes to tourists wishing to experience a traditional lunch in a typical family home. We then rode in rickshaws through the Hutong Province. Lots of narrow streets with families going about their lives as they would ...

Survival Chinese is Way More Important

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Feb 25, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

My alarm went off. I slowly rolled out of bed to get ready for Chinese class. This is my first semester ever having a class at eight am in college.

I quickly got breakfast before heading off to class. Before class started, I whined a bit about being so lazy to study Chinese. I won't deny that I have not been taking Chinese as seriously as I should.

Our professor entered and gave us a dictation. She threw in a twist, which she put ...

Beijing

A travel blog entry by catherine_paul on Jun 27, 2013

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... fact that you are actually walking along one of the oldest and largest man made structures in the world. Unfortunately due to the ever humid Chinese weather the view was very limited so couldn't see more than 20 meters at some points. But it can't be helped so didn't let the weather dampen our spirits even if it did leave us rather wet.

Hot Pot was on the menu for tonight's meal and Lily took us to try her favourite restaurant. It wasn't what ...

A Weekend in Beijing

A travel blog entry by rbaneck on Nov 23, 2012

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... for a while, then move to the next. Going into Thanksgiving break many of the students mentioned family vacations to different cities and even different countries for the weekend. So I followed suit, and headed to Beijing for the weekend.

Don't worry, I didn't go by myself (are you kidding me... I never would have found my way back alone), I went with three other student teachers and one teacher. We had a blast! I ...