Ramada Parkside Beijing

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

    My Plan For North Korea

    A travel blog entry by chloecd on Jun 27, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... where guests sleep on heated floors in traditional Korean style; basic – sporadic hot water and frequent power cuts but a great experience as you are living literally next door to the local inhabitants. Please note that the area around Kaesong is considered to be a malarial area by the WHO, however, provided tourists take proper precautions (use good mosquito repellant and mosquito nets – these are provided in the hotel we use) there is very little risk ...

    We are HERE and busy, busy busy!

    A travel blog entry by akwoman59 on Apr 11, 2014

    2 comments, 65 photos

    ... factory will be on the way to the Great Wall. It is really is interesting to see how much work goes into making a pies with this technique! Tedious and arduous are two words that come to mind.

    The silk factory was another treat. The life cycle of the silk worm is about 1 month. in that time the eggs get laid, hatched, the caterpillars grow about 200 times their birth weight, they spin the single strand of silk that is about 1200 meters ...

    This Is My Place.

    A travel blog entry by shannonmorrall on Aug 16, 2013


    ... over their heads without even flinching. It was crazy and very beautiful to watch. Second best part of the kungfu show: I made my first bargain! In Chinese! The woman offered me 100 kuai for a laser pointer, and I bargained her down to 30 kuai, which is 5USD. I know I probably overpaid, but I was proud of myself for getting her down that much my very first time and to a price I didn't mind paying. Plus, now I have a dance party in my pocket.

    Last night I ...

    From emperors to chairman to chairpeople

    A travel blog entry by lpwanderlust on Jan 08, 2013

    7 photos

    ... Forbidden City. For 40 yuan ($7) I was able to enter the large complex, and for another 40 yuan I rented an audio guide to help me interpret the purpose of the many buildings and artifacts within the complex. It was still frigidly cold, and after a while all of the buildings began to look the same. I wonder if locals were able to detect subtle differences in architecture and decoration between the varied buildings, much like Americans can ...

    China: Part I

    A travel blog entry by globehunters on Sep 11, 2012

    3 comments, 38 photos

    ... our stay.

    The Bund – this is a famous waterfront, considered as the symbol of Shanghai for hundreds of years. It is on the bank of Huangpu River. Lining the Bund are approximately 26 various European-styled and built buildings of different architectural styles including Gothic, Baroque, Romanesque, Classicism and the Renaissance that line the Bund. It’s interesting to see this beautiful and ...