Tian Tai Hotel

Address: No.1 First Tiao, Nanlishi Road, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100820, China | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

The Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by richmiketrav on Sep 06, 2014

14 photos

... Festival it would be crowded but less so in the afternoon. Saying that, it was pretty crowded all the same. After the Hutongs and the Temple of Heaven we were beginning to flag a bit, especially as it had become very humid as the day wore on, but it was well worth going to see. The Forbidden City is a large enclosed space, defended by walls, which was the Imperial seat of government for 500 years from the Ming to the Qing dynasty and ...

Our First Leg

A travel blog entry by sjstasiuk on Dec 05, 2013

6 comments, 2 photos

... holding a Children's Bridge sign. She took us straight to a waiting SUV. Our driver packed our suitcases in and we started the hour long journey to our hotel. It was already dark by the time we left the airport and there was a haze of yellow smog everywhere. Joan said we were leaving right in the middle of rushour on a Friday so traffic would be bad. Traffic was crazy. How many lanes were there? I ...


A travel blog entry by scott.burgess07 on Nov 11, 2013

5 photos

... night as it also happens to be China's National Single Day! Bit strange to give away free drinks to everyone all night (another serious business flaw, surely?), but I suppose they must feel all the single people need cheering up. Of course, it was packed, and was always going to be a good evening, and I write this, sitting on the sofa, at 7.32 am, having caught the morning subway back home after breakfast in the café with Luana (new girl). So a good birthday overall ...

3 Day weekend Get-away! Beijing Trip

A travel blog entry by kritgunn on Apr 03, 2013

100 photos

... br> built in an area at the foot of the mountain, with distances ranging
from half a kilometer (547 yards) to eight kilometer (8,749 yards)
between them. The other tombs stretch out on the two sides of Changling
Tomb in a fan shape, except for the Siling Tomb, which sits separately
in the southwest corner. From site selection to design, great attention
was paid to the harmony and ...

There's a Subway in the subway

A travel blog entry by amyw304 on Jun 24, 2012

4 comments, 4 photos

... at rush hours, so I thought I knew what a full subway car was like. Uh. No. Subway cars on certain lines here are so full that I don't actually have to hold on. The human bodies pressed into all sides of me prop me up as the train comes to a stop, makes a turn, or starts moving. The crowds on here make NYC rush hour trains look like lounge cars. I'm talking Tokyo-crowded. Beijing Subway ranks fourth in track length after the ...

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