Navy Headquarters First Guesthouse

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

St. Joseph's in Beijing

A travel blog entry by summer2014 on Aug 04, 2014

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Blog from Sean : )

On Sunday we visited St Joseph's church in the Wangfujing shopping district. Although not a major tourist attraction, I wanted to make a small pilgrimage to this church for a number of reasons. In addition to attending St-Joseph primary school, St-Joseph is also the patron saint of Canada and also of fathers. Also, St- Joseph’s oratory in Montreal is ...

Beijing- An Unforgettable Day

A travel blog entry by kirstyollie on Oct 28, 2013

6 comments, 20 photos

... running again until we were, what we felt was a much safer distance away from what we now thought was certainly a car bomb. At this point I quickly took a few pictures and we swiftly made our way on foot towards the hotel. What suprised us as were walking away was how slow the police and security guards were to react to the incident. The area is heavily guarded yet it took ages before any of them responded. As we walked away we saw army vehicles and fire engines driving ...

Whatever to Being Productive

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Sep 21, 2013

99 photos

... for not double checking, but they were good. The others ordered noodles and they shared some with Sara and me.

After lunch, I went off with Rae, Karena, and Joy to check out a hot pot and Party World to see if they were available that night. At the hot pot place, when I was exiting out of the elevator, the doors slammed into me. It hurt a bit, but I was fine. As for that place, they would not accept a reservation from us since they did not do ...

Another Brick in the Wall

A travel blog entry by funkymonk on May 02, 2013

... hadn't. Almost instantly I found a note from a friend to say that an old and much-loved workmate of mine from back in the UK had lost a long and hard-fought battle with cancer. The glares and scams and moronic censorship of China suddenly faded significantly in importance. It was a thoroughly **** ending to a **** week.

RIP, Duncan. It would have been great to have sat down with you when I get back and told you a funny story about the time I got scammed in China, but it's not to be. I'll see ya, buddy.

Hot Source and Fallopian Pearls

A travel blog entry by graysoncobb on Sep 16, 2012

9 photos

... Hutongs - back alley ways, generally littered with small shop fronts and locals slurping some noodle soup
2) It kinda smells here. Every few hundred meters a raw sewage sent wafts over the unwary traveler. Not enough to gag, but unpleasant nonetheless.
3) Still no skyscrapers. Tallest building in sight is 15 floors (our hotel).
4) The clothing here is seriously diverse. You have the stereotypical asian girl that wears hello kitty, weird frilly ...

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