Navy Headquarters First Guesthouse

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

Beijing Bound

A travel blog entry by msk385 on May 06, 2015

14 comments, 1 photo

... posts I hope to post pictures and commentary about all of them for you to read back at home! And someday, maybe you'll write to me about your visits to these places too.

But for now I just have to make sure I have all of my documents, (there have been SO many) and I have to get my visa approved, and I have to pack. A lot of things and a lot of stuff.

When I do get to Beijing or anything related comes up I'll be back in touch!

Til next time,

Ms. ...

Walking a wild and dangerous path

A travel blog entry by florachen on May 30, 2014

4 photos

... the path off the wall.

Every once in awhile Alex made us stop, turn off our lights, and listen. These few moments in pure darkness, hearing a rustle here or there, did not help my adrenaline calm down at all. One of the times we turned around and looked back up at the start of the path and saw the mysterious light right at the entrance. If we weren't going fast before, after seeing this we started booking it. It took roughly 20 minutes to get all the way down ...

Getting to Know My Professor as a Person

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Nov 30, 2013

71 photos

... subway lines to Minzu University. When we walked to the first gate we saw, we entered it. Katherine checked on her phone to reread our ta's email and saw that we were at the wrong gate. Luckily, the security guard pointed us to the right direction.

We met up with our ta, who took us the ethnic museum on the university. Our professor was there and some of his graduate students greeted us. The museum was usually closed on weekends, but they made an exception ...

The Beijing Barge

A travel blog entry by nixerflynn on Sep 15, 2013

1 comment, 94 photos

... kept in separate areas in the Zoo is because they aren't social animals. In the wild they meet up for a short period in the breeding season where pandas in close proximity to one another will gather to mate but after some brief panda lovin' the male leaves the female to raise the cub alone.

Fact of the Day: "The average giant panda eats as much as 9 to 14 kg of bamboo shoots a day. Given this large diet, the giant panda can defecate up to 40 times a day". Those ...

Awesome Beijing

A travel blog entry by markmegan on Mar 17, 2013

3 comments, 5 photos

... wall to ourselves. We hiked the wall for a few hours and then headed to lunch. Unfortunately the slide down was out of service so we had to take the chair lift back down the mountain. We'll have to go back for the slide! The lunch was way better than we had thought it would be and gave us a good break before taking the minibus back into Beijing.

That night we had dinner at happy hour and went to bed. We had a train to catch to Shanghai in the morning.

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