Xinwang Hotel

Building 8 Qiaojian Li, Yangfangdian Main Street, Haidian District, Beijing, 100038, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Around Beijing - The Great Wall and Ming Tombs

A travel blog entry by wenzels


... the latter 2 looked after by myself medically. If we wanted to we could also consult the various medical specialists travelling with us: a haematologist, a pulmonologist, a nephrologist, a general surgeon and an orthopaedic surgeon.

So at 13:45 we rolled out of Beijing central station to commence our epic journey along the Silk Road. The rest of the day consisted of meals, a lecture and some very pleasant mingling with fellow passengers in the buzzing restaurant and bar ...

Days 30 - 33: China's Ancient City

A travel blog entry by djmorton


... as rudeness by locals to tourists, but I have since learnt it's just the lack of English. Dave explained its just the way of life here and Confucius teaches doing what you have to do for yourself, looking after number 1. This may have been lost in translation but does explain a lot about their arrogance. We were blown away with the 5,000 year old history of China and its culture. It was well worth the stop, and like many places the more you spend time, the more you'll uncover.

Hi – It’s Leah & Jessica here!

A travel blog entry by boness-academy


Hi – It’s Leah &
Jessica here!

I can’t believe it’s only our 4th day and we’ve
done so much. The weather was really bad the first day but it brightened up for
the Great Wall. The view from the wall was absolutely stunning and the climbing
was exhausting but we were really proud of how far we climbed. The jade factory
was really beautiful and the carvings were so intricate and detailed. We also
went ...

We hate jet lag!!!!

A travel blog entry by hannah_leigh


... sleeping on wooden boards and the seats in the bus weren't much different.. The driving and the roads were pretty scary too!! On numerous occasions we came close to hitting traffic!! We took the cable car upto the great wall, it was an amazing experience... Mental that we were walking along one of the seven wonders of the world.. It was pretty steep in a lot of places.. My legs were going crazy shaking all the time but 200% glad we did it! Very random but coming down the ...

Wall Climbing, Duck Hunting, and Break Dancing

A travel blog entry by wuhan7


... because, this venture was far more hiking and rock climbing than sightseeing. This was the most physically demanding task I had done ever since my last Physical Fitness Test with the Army ROTC. First, we had to climb what seemed like a million steps to get to the wall. I was out of breath and drenched in sweat by the time we got to the Wall. If it were not for the distraction of the beautiful view and my newly created mantra “I am on the Great Wall” I might have ...


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