Tian Tai Hotel

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


A travel blog entry by vickyli on Sep 20, 2013

19 photos

... the World, The Great Wall. The Great Wall was amazing. With anything like that you wonder if its going to meet its hype, or whether it will just be a massive disappointment, that you don't really get. Well we weren't disappointed: it's incredible. We saw the Wall at Mutianyu, it's a 3km stretch with something like 23 guard towers still intact. Our photos up there were postcard worthy, and there was the added bonus of a cable car up to the top to save our weary legs. This area ...

Boiling In Beijing

A travel blog entry by bemvs.theworld on Aug 18, 2013

33 photos

... needle stuck into her leg to drain it.
We set off to meet JT at the notorious Bug St for Beer and Bugs. The Beer consumption outweighed the Bug but still a good afternoon for JT's last before heading back home to the US.

Hit the Forbidden City early doors with the sizeable crowds.
The "drizzle" kicked in and having forgotten umbrellas and Bish's Tourist Hat we bought super cool plastic ponchos - we rock!
If you have a ...

Happy New Year

A travel blog entry by billynomates on Feb 11, 2013

1 comment, 19 photos

... Although we have been before we wanted to visit the Water Cube which has recently been converted in the biggest water park in Asia. Cossies in hand we had a mini mission to find the entrance. After walking around the building twice and some difficult conversations with the security guards we decided to give up as we think it was shut for the New Year. A bit concerned that this was the sign of things to come for the next few days we decided to go for a ...

China's Number Three

A travel blog entry by planetlars on Jul 20, 2012

... and telling the little girls who stood by outside our private room for us to keep it down. We'd been told. After the tea ceremony had turned into a slightly off-the-rails karaoke session, Gao Shan was under my constant insistence and instruction to get me back to a subway station in order to get back to Beijing International for my post-midnight red-eye budget flight to Singapore. But my constant distractions in the packed hawker streets was proving hard for poor Gao Shan. ...

Dumplings and Hutongs

A travel blog entry by ricao on Jul 17, 2012

40 photos

... only put like 5 on the blog.

The students all split into four groups and three representatives from each team tried to make as many dumplings as possible within...10 minutes, I think. Afterwards, everyone had some free time to hang out while the dumplings cooked. Personally, I think that having a timed competition lowered the quality of the dumplings, because some of them had hardly any filling or some were wrapped improperly ...

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