Beijing Best Hotel

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

Last Full Day in Beijing

A travel blog entry by meznglenn on Oct 02, 2014

12 photos

... we go into a little courtyard of one of the houses in the street. Here we are having lunch today prepared by the owner of the house Mr Wong. We are seated around 3 small round tables and there is already a bowl of roasted peanuts and some deep fried snacks on the tables. 2 bottles of beer and a bottle of soft drink is included for each table which is a win for Glenn as only he and Annie are beer drinkers. The food starts to arrive and it's ...

Chinese Roofs

A travel blog entry by nietsreuef on Apr 03, 2014

91 photos

... the flammable contents. Pagodas are also known for black roofs under the belief that gods are inspired by the color to descend to earth.

The Temple of Heaven uses blue roof tiles in a conical form, almost exclusive in ancient Beijing, symbolizing the sky. Round is sky, square is earth.

Green roofs were popular in Beijing, assigned for almost all the other official uses, but still a sign of distinction – ...

Lama Temple & Tianamen Square

A travel blog entry by deswirral on Jan 12, 2014

Maria had been somewhat distracted on our visit to the Forbidden City and had been on her mobile phone a number of times. When we asked if everything was OK she told us that she had lost her purse on the way to our hotel and she had been cancelling her bank cards and organising a new identity card. So when we told her that we were visiting the Lama Buddhist temple she said she would meet us there and she would offerings to the ...

Day 6- Beijing

A travel blog entry by cassileekahn on Jun 24, 2013

3 comments, 8 photos

... to be improved rather than having 2 useless stadiums now.

Back at the hotel we went to happy hour and again indulged in all the food like it was dinner, because we knew we had to be up before 4am, and we didn't feel like going out again.

And that was the end of Beijing....off to Tokyo on a 6.55am flight.

I have to say, although I know we're going to a Japanese speaking country which won't be any easier than Chinese, I'm not devastated to be ...

THE FLIP SIDE TO MY BEIJING EXPERIENCE.

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Oct 24, 2012

2 comments, 12 photos

Dear readers I must apologize for the gaps between blogs but with cold winds blowing in Beijing and the inclement weather there hasn't been much to blog about. Most of my blogs have given my readers an optimistic and rosy picture of my life in this colorful city, the most populated city in China and but now approaching well into the midst of my second month the challenges are certainly to be found, both in the work environment and in ones day to day life. Not that things ...