Navy Headquarters First Guesthouse

No.19 Xisanhuan Middle Road, Haidian District, Beijing, 100089, China | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by danddmeed on May 13, 2014

97 photos

... explore the little shops below. We walked the wall, definitely a "strenuous" walk. we were at the badaling part of the wall (the most famous part). We walked through a total of 10 towers (~2 hours worth of up and down steep stairs and ramps). It was fun and gave us a great view of the surrounding mountains and valleys. at the end, we bought "I climbed the great wall of china" tshirts to remember the moment As we ...

Why wouldn't you toboggan down the Great Wall?

A travel blog entry by chloecd on Aug 26, 2013

16 photos

... I had taken a couple of pictures with my phone, but I found when I got to the bottom I had only taken one, which isn't even that exciting - but you can see the slide going down through the jungle at least!

When we got back from the Great Wall we all had a rest, before getting ready to head into Beijing for the evening. We got taxis from the hotel, and I apparently had forgotten how terrifying the roads are around here - I was quite sure we were going to ...

Beijing Bellies

A travel blog entry by hatandtubbz on Aug 07, 2013

21 photos

... for my factor 30 suncream, with drips of sweat racing down my back and all alone because Tubbz was in the toilet unwell, I looked out at the walls of the Forbidden City which were creating the most monumental and beautiful picture frame to the rabble of hats and umbrellas inside and thought to myself ... "only in China!!!".


Before I left I hadn't really thought of the trivial stuff of being away, the essential ...

I climbed The Great Wall of China in heels!

A travel blog entry by lagoeseast on Mar 06, 2013

28 photos

... in fact I experienced none of that at all. The slow walking in the Hutongs did my nut in a bit when it was crowded but overall my (although limited) impression of Beijing was really positive. Oh yeah...and after months of mouthing off about how offended I would be if locals tried to take pictures of/with me etc etc....the situation never arose....quite disappointed actually....maybe I had my grumpy Hong Kong face on me and they thought better of it!


The Mandarin Blues

A travel blog entry by claypuddles on Aug 13, 2012

... to live/work in?): Y/N
- Placement Near Friends (name them and obtain signature[s]): Y/N
- Flatmate (Roommate?) If yes, specify name:
- Health Problems (so that you will be located near a hospital if serious): Y/N

There is so much to think through. I am heavily considering having the option open to live in a remote place. Why? Learning Chinese would be much quicker, I have heard stories of the community ...

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