Wujing Zongdui Guesthouse

Address: No.15 Jia Gongren Tiyuchang East Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100020, China | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Just another brick in the wall

A travel blog entry by chilliginger on May 12, 2015

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... revolutionary songs, they were all a little older and the crowd around them were also all a little older and they were all singing, they were all singing very well and it made the hairs on the back of your arms stand up when they went for the high notes. What a lovely way to spend an afternoon, singing in the park with so many people. After wandering through the park some more we heard music coming from somewhere, and of course we went to investigate this as well, the music ...

A Walk in Beijing

A travel blog entry by mhchina on Apr 09, 2014

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... entered into the Forbidden City. Gosh, was that a walk! The Forbidden City is huge! HUGE! The distance is one thirsty one. Hahaha, yeah because the temperature was in the highs today it was easy to get dehydrated. Advise to consider: if you are planning on touring a country during high temperatures, always carry water with you! Enough water. You will need it.

The Temple of Heaven is not considered a temple anymore. ...

Pollution & my $7 watch

A travel blog entry by newsbob on Mar 23, 2014

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... a dozen or so watches. Only $50 for a Rolex, he said. They were obviously knockoffs, but what the heck? I expressed my interest, and examined some of them. But I wasn’t willing to pay his asking price. We haggled while walking back to where the pedicabs were waiting so we could finish our ride through the hutong.

We finally settled on a price of $7, and I picked a fancy chronograph. It had stopwatch buttons which were actually ...

Beijing Opera & Innerds Soup

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo on Aug 12, 2013

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... before we watched the show.

Also, there were occasional subtitles on a screen in Chinese and in English. This is because even Chinese people can't understand the words. The words of the Beijing Opera are very old, kind of like Shakespeare to English-speaking people--very nearly another language! One thing that was baffling to me was the voice of the concubine...she sounded like a cat. Her voice was so shrill and high pitched, but that is the style. It is a little bit harsh ...

Last Day in Beijing - Day 8

A travel blog entry by krisbolt on Apr 14, 2013

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... from south to north (as I mentioned earlier)
Emperors to walk in the middle, enter middle arch and doorways etc. on the right side of emperors side was the imperials and the left side of the emperors was the high ranked officers.

Beautiful day in Beijing, slightly warmer.

Then we went to Tian'anmen Square for another look around in short time. Tour finished with Tina. We were on our ...

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