City Court Inn

Address: No.3 Beianli, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100031, China | Hotel
 
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      Free day in Beijing

      A travel blog entry by midlifecruisers on Apr 05, 2015

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      ... see anyone with more than 1 child. That's all they're allowed to have still. Queued for 40 min just to get a free ticket into the military museum...crazy...then had to go through security scans,they're everywhere in China. What really amazed us walking around , was the amount of people that stopped to try and help us when we were a bit lost, very friendly and eager to help us. Beautiful flowering trees lined the streets in many places....not sure what some ...

      Our winter wonderland

      A travel blog entry by mevans1811 on Dec 15, 2014

      4 comments, 19 photos

      ... that it was minus 2 degrees, Brrrrrrrrr! The wall just goes and goes over every mountain, winding up and down. We deliberately chose this section of the wall because its away from the crowded sections near Beijing and it really didn't disappoint. The wall was even in disrepair in places here which we liked, it somehow felt more authentic. In fact our guide told us this part of the wall hasn't been repaired in over 500 years. Its hard to imagine we'll go anywhere ...

      Dirt Market

      A travel blog entry by jadekitts on Jun 01, 2014

      1 comment

      Today we had another free day to do whatever we wanted. So Nick, Cory, Maddie, Lisa and I decided to go to the Dirt Market. The dirt market is a shopping area that sells a lot of items like the pearl market, but they sell more authentic Chinese items. The pearl market sells electronics and purses and things like that. We took the subway there which took forever ( it was about an hour on the subway because the Dirt Market is on the other side of Beijing from us) But ...

      Beijing!

      A travel blog entry by staceyandneil on Sep 11, 2013

      26 photos

      ... headed back down on the taboggon. An absolute must if you visit Mutianyu!

      Day 4
      We decided to return to the Great Wall for famous views as it was a perfect day with blue skies and the sun shining. What a good decision! We now feel like we have visited the wall. For the evening we went back to the famous alleyway for food to spend our last night in Beijing. We managed to buy/haggle a head bandanna / scarf for 80p. Woohoo! Bargain!
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      Tiananmen Square & the Forbidden City

      A travel blog entry by samhanson on Mar 28, 2013

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      ... Surrounded by a 25metre wide water-filled moat and huge walls over which nothing can be detected from outside, it was built 800 years ago but was only open to the public in 1927, despite the last emperor having been overthrown in 1911. I can fill this entry with many other facts but the overriding impression of the palace was one of order, precision and control. It has 4 directional gates, north south east & west, and the emperor ...