Beijing Best Hotel

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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Another big day for the senses!

A travel blog entry by ccgchina2014

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25

... group. We're travelling and sightseeing in 2bus groups-much more manageable with smaller groups. Quite a hot day today, the sun was out making it even hotter. Smog level was 200, people being encouraged to stay indoors. Didn't affect any of us. We had one sicky yesterday ( Beijing belly!) but after a good detox and rest, all good today. Where did we have lunch? Yes, you guessed it, a Chinese restaurant! ...

Day 3 - Beijing

A travel blog entry by nthnbrwn

10

Day 3 in China, and I still haven't had or found a restaurant which sells a full English breakfast! I think this crave has been with me since day 2 in India, and it needs satisfying as soon as possible. Not a lot is on the agenda today, because tonight we meet the group at 6pm. I've got my fingers crossed that they are of a similar age, they like a good drink and are a good laugh. Let's see... Looking at our itinerary for China, ...

Exploring Beijing

A travel blog entry by adventureisus

4
14

... smoggy it is (that is not the camera quality!).

On day 4 we rented some bikes and together with a guide we took of to explore the Hutongs.The oldest part of town with the very narrow streets and little court yards and LOTS of people. Fantastic! Appart from the scenery was the actual biking an experience on it's own.Our guide explained the road rules;" there are hardly any! Just use your bell." I had one hand on my brake and one hand on my bell ...

Settling into the city

A travel blog entry by ian_witchlow

4
15

... of questions about certain pop culture things and random historical facts (like who Aaron Burr is, or what a Tim Horton's is) but, on a whole, people seem to very much enjoy the game's rather politically incorrect sense of humor. Alas, some of the worst offending cards to need to be explained to the uninitiated, and it can make it seem like you are doing the wrong thing (but then again, it is called cards against humanity, so it can be ...

Singing in the rain: Great Wall of China edition

A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon

13

... came into my line of vision and as I looked at it, I felt tears well up in my eyes – was I really HERE? I guess that demonstrates exactly how big of a history geek I am, huh? I am brought to tears by a wall in China haha… o’well, I’m not ashamed to admit it! I was very emotional.

The gondola dropped us off, we climbed up a few steps, turned a few corners and there she stood in all her majesty: The Great Wall of ...

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