Beijing Best Hotel

No.34 Dongsi Shier Tiao, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100007, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

China Part 4: A Square, a Palace, and a Wall

A travel blog entry by jonnystravels


... to the touristy section of the wall to really appreciate how lucky we were to experience the wall this way. I'll take their word that it's a mad house and enjoy my quiet experience. I rounded out my trip to China with Cinco de Mayo. John and I did some research and discovered a whopping 5 Mexican-themed bar / restaurants in Beijing, so off we went! And it was not busy. We know there's expats there, including many Americans teaching English, so we expected a ...


A travel blog entry by scott.burgess07


It may have started quite far in advance of my actual birthday, but since the duck meal on Thursday, we've also since had a night out in Wudaokou on Saturday, a visit to some Hutongs and a temple (even if we only got to see it from the outside as it was closed), with another meal in a dumpling restaurant on Sunday. Over the weekend I did also receive an early, and pretty amazing, present... I got my debit card back! :D I went to the bank, for the third day in a row, ...

What a venue

A travel blog entry by dphilips

... the glint on the glass makes the place look even more beautiful. Forgot my camera battery so I had to journey all the way back to my hostel then back again! Must say thug, it really was worth it. Actually had me thinking that I wanted to perform ...


A travel blog entry by grace2404

... it does the job and we were ready to adventure out into Beijing by 7:30am sharp. First stop was the CCTV tower where Keith picked up an egg and sausage pancake from a street vendor to fuel our walk around. The building is more incredible close up than it is in pictures. After stopping for a quick coffee from Starbucks (don't judge our lack of cultural coffee, it was the only coffee shop around) we proceeded to the Olympic park and in particular the national stadium ...


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... strong ruler and allegedly brought peace and prosperity. The Tang Dynasty is widely regarded as one of China’s golden ages, and was characterized by economic prosperity, territorial expansion and political stability. Trade flourished by land and sea, foreign religions were tolerated, and the art and literature of the Tang are considered to be among China’s finest. Remember those tri-colored horses ...

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