Ramada Parkside Beijing

Address: Building 214, Huizhongbeili, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100012, China | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    Our first real taste of China ...

    A travel blog entry by bogtrotter on Sep 16, 2014

    32 photos

    ... a pine tree, then leaping across the treetops. Music seemed to start mysteriously and then fade away - we assumed park loudspeakers at first- but it turns out many people walk around with radios or music players playing quite loudly in the plastic bags they are carrying. As well as groups of people doing various musical calisthenics and tai chi or sword kata, lots of individuals doing their own private exercise routines, many tapping and massaging parts of the body vigorously. ...

    China - Beijing & Great Wall

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jul 09, 2014

    104 photos

    ... In addition we asked for a map (RMB 10) which turned out to be completely useless but it did contain some basic information about the particular sights standing within the complex.

    Thus, we found out that the Summer Palace covered an area of over 290 hectares and became popular for the nice scenery thanks to the following features:

    • West Hill and Jade Spring Hill silhouette against the imperial garden.
    • Tall ancient pins and cypresses and ...

    Good food, the Zoo Market, and Tiananmen Square

    A travel blog entry by pandabearm on Oct 26, 2013

    71 photos

    ... one store we visited. I don't think I'll go back again, and I don't plan to buy many clothes here, even if some of it might be cheaper.

    Later in the day I went to visit Tian'anmen Square, see (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiananmen _Square_protests_of_1989). I wanted to see what it was like after the Massacre only 4 years before I was born. To me, it was a place of desolation and forgetfulness. You have to go through light security in order to enter and ...

    We Made It!

    A travel blog entry by jillsalus on May 05, 2013


    ... eggs and sausages with hash browns. I must have looked like a 5 year old who just dropped his ice cream cone. I just stared. I was dumbfounded. I resolved to change my meal request for our flight home. Once in the Shanghai airport I was impressed at the efficiency of the customs and immigrations folks. There were a LOT of people in that lineup and we made it through pretty quickly. I did find it odd that we had to go through a radiation detector (thankfully Aaron thinks it ...

    Annoying things about China!!!

    A travel blog entry by littledragon on Jan 14, 2013

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... own race is the most superior, then whites are next, with blacks and Arabs sitting at the bottom of the pile. Here's 2 great scenarios I've seen: A teacher was awful for my boss, rarely turned up to class, wouldn't teach or plan properly. End solution he was offered and my boss said "I think maybe its because he was black he acted this way." Another example is a friend of mine was approached with a dubious story by a guy. He asked to borrow her phone to call someone as ...