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

Tammy and Cheryl Do China 2014 ~ Part 3: Beijing

A travel blog entry by chenli on Aug 14, 2014

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... a tour to the Great Wall. There were only five of us in our tour group: a young Italian couple, an older Australian gentleman, and Tammy and I. The tour ticket was cheaper than we imagined it would be, because it was an all day affair that took us on a couple different factory tours. We started the day with a tour of a jade factory - with an opportunity to shop of course. Then we went to visit a Ming Dynasty tomb. Apparently Chinese tourists don’t visit tombs, basically ...

Escaping from Boredom

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Jan 10, 2014

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... br> I then decided to take the subway back to campus. My decision to take the stairs instead of the escalator made me realized how much I had turned into Bethany. I truly miss having Bethany in my life.

Back on campus, I chilled in the lounge and I met some of the new people in my program. Then, I decided to visit Kelsey in her room. There, I ran into Liz, who I met at the airport. Kelsey and I told Liz about our orientation last semester.

Liz ...

KLM! KLM! KLM!

A travel blog entry by adrianpritchard on Jan 01, 2014

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... Hardly a new occurrence and usually I take great pleasure in stubbornly refusing to move but this time I ended up in the seat behind panicking slightly that my caviar lunch was heading eastwards. Main meal time arrived (roughly in the middle of another ice cream round)

The helpful KLM advice:

Eat both of them. We have plenty!

Completely stuffed an hour or so later and watching an ...

Day 5- If I Could Walk 500 Miles

A travel blog entry by rburrows92 on Jun 30, 2012

7 comments, 24 photos

... but we got another several plates over the course of the meal. We had a pretty sizable stack of plates on our table by the end of the meal, and I completely satisfied my need for dumplings...for now. It shall return with a renewed hunger now that it has tasted some of the best dumplings I've ever had. Moving on.

After lunch, we made our way over to the Olympic Park where we would spend the rest of our outing. The park includes The Water Cube, the Bird's Nest, and a ...

Arrive in Beijing

A travel blog entry by chinaspree on Jun 10, 2012

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... the Forbidden City. Despite existing as an imperial park in earlier dynasties, it was not until the time of Emperior Qianlong, who reigned from 1736 to 1795, that the Summer Palace assumed its current layout. The palace is most associated, however, with Cixi who had it rebuilt twice: once following its destruction by French and English troops in 1860, and again in 1902 after it was plundered during the ...