Qingyunge Hotel

No.33 Qianmen Dazhalan West Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100051, China | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Beijing and The Great Wall

A travel blog entry by jimandbettina


... as promised and we immediately headed to a theatre to catch a Chinese acrobat show. Think Cirque de Soleil but not as lavish sets. The feats however were amazing. We also had a chance to chat with our tour guide, and get to know him better. I booked him online through a recommendation from a tour guide I have gotten to know here in Shanghai. He was very friendly and ran out to get us some local Beijing street snack food which we all bravely tried before the show. It was ...

A day of extremes!

A travel blog entry by emmaw


... no top in sight!! Eventually, after about an hour we came to the flag which signified the end of the section - we couldn't resist just walking a little further, just to see what was there! We found a part of the wall with a path across the top which hadn't been cleared - it was just in the state nature had left it!

After walking back we stood around just admiring the view - misty mountains, meandering wall and perfect views - this was a very special ...

Great Wall, Greater Dinner

A travel blog entry by kendracassels


At breakfast we met the three other travel professionals joining us for this leg, as well as the Beijing coordinator, the renowned Benson Tang. Benson has more energy and enthusiasm at 9:00am than I have ever had in my life. His personality and presence exactly matches that of Martin Short's wedding planner character in Father of the Bride, down to the hysterical laughter. In other words, he’s the best!

A Hong Kong native, Benson is a wealth of information. He worked as ...

Beijing II

A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul

... what I think must have been shrimp paste sauce, really pungent and salty. The food there was spicy and delicious, and for about 10 pounds we had a four course meal for two with drinks.

And of course we have been keeping up with our noodle, dumpling and skewer explorations.

I have just about run out of time for now, so will close. We are just about to go and have a last meal of marinaded skewers before going to the airport.


To market, to market, to buy a fat...frog?

A travel blog entry by amyw304


... animal body parts I had never considered consumable. And nearly all the produce I'm used to seeing at Kroger was there too -- but in so many more varieties.

Every Chinese community from metropolis to village has a wet market. Although cities have modern grocery stores, complete with produce packed in cellophane and sprayed with preservatives the way we are used to in the West (ha ha), Chinese shoppers will choose ...


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