City Court Inn

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

      A travel blog entry by gillmison on Feb 06, 2015

      9 comments, 10 photos

      ... the tickets for tomorrow and draw out some money. Both missions were a disaster. The cashpoint I found would not accept any of our cards and we needed cash to collect the train tickets. We eventually found a taxi driver who spoke some English and took us to a cashpoint. Apparently there are international cashpoints and local cashpoints, for local people.

      Day 3

      A travel blog entry by jaydemcglead on Oct 13, 2014

      ... your face or grab your arm and drag you in. We did lots of bargaining and got some very good prices. We ha to get on the bus again 2 and a half hours later to to reach a they're that we watched an acrobats show at. It was amazing! We then got back to the hotel and packed our bags as tomorrow we are leaving Beijing to Suzhou at 6:45 am. Hotel|Royal Pheonix Hotel ...

      Yunnan All Over Again.....

      A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on May 10, 2014

      51 photos

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      After watching one performance, I rested on some steps because my feet hurt so much. Then, I watched a performances by the children. All the child performers were boys and some were dressed up as girls. Some of them clearly hated cross dressing by them flipping their fake hair a lot.

      We ate some plain white bread for breakfast. That reminded me of Yunnan too because we ate so much of that stuff. Another reminder for why I was glad ...

      The Summer Palace

      A travel blog entry by minimalbruno on Aug 29, 2013

      13 photos

      ... the pencil slided over the paper. Too bad I couldn’t ask him some
      questions, stupid language barrier!! It would be so much easier if everybody
      spoke a universal language, but then again a lot of cultural aspects would get

      After spending about a half an hour admiring his skills I left the Summer
      palace park and tookthe subway back to the hostel. I didn’t have a lot of
      things in mind to do, since I had to pack my stuff and prepare myself for ...

      Summer Palace, Fairs and Tainjin

      A travel blog entry by ian_witchlow on Feb 14, 2013

      1 comment, 153 photos

      ... to come back to it during the summer months. It had a whole wack load of stairs, many, many buildings and roofed painted walkways and a massive frozen lake. I did meet Eliza briefly, as she and her friend Stephanie were going the other way in the summer palace. At the lake they had chairs that had blades on the bottom and, using two metal pointed poles, you could propel yourself forward across the ice. After a large security deposit (which we did ...