Tangshan Hotel

No.45 Ciyunsi, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100025, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Day 19: Shopping

A travel blog entry by kari_middendorf

... which is 70 proof, so pretty strong. It made underneath my tongue go numb and tasted like really bad cough syrup. We then went out to meet Mah and he showed us an artist who makes carvings out of bone. We all purchased some,and got a photo with him. Chelsea and I also went to a tea shop and I got some flower tea, which will be great to show people. We then all walked around a bit, looking for a place to hang out on the last night. We choose a hipster looking bar ...

The work day begins

A travel blog entry by slice_n_dice


... feet over our heads. I can't get any sense of direction as we travel and there are no distinctive landmarks to latch on to so I just try to soak it in (avoiding the particulate pollution I can see floating through the air).

This motor show is a monster... Apparently one of the largest in the world. There are workmen everywhere... Displays inside the giant exhibition halls as well as out in ...

15th October..... Going home!!!

A travel blog entry by henrywthompson

... Yan Yan ;) After this party week we had a pretty tough couple of weeks to come! BSC held a huge regatta with all of our boat where people from all over china came.... Was really good and super busy! I was in charge of the comitee boat for the adults Omega racing... A really good experience, starting all the races and judging and stuff :) there were a lot of really experienced sailors there and the boat that won every race was helmed by an Olympic sailor ...

It's all for charity mate!!!

A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez


... temporarily disappeared from our main haunt, and it just didn't feel the same! They'll be back soon, as will the dodgy dvd's on the shelves of the shops!!

So, we arrived at the party, over 400 people which was a record, at a club with various levels & a fab roof terrace with sofa's, overlooking the city skyline & the workers stadium. There was birthday cake at midnight, which Andy & I ended up helping to dish out! A great evening.

Saturday I woke ...

Busy busy busy

A travel blog entry by emilyandjames


... with crumbling, 1960s buildings. You could see some hutongs though, and that was pretty cool. We saw a drum performance on the big drums which was amazing - they hit those things hard and turn it into a dance almost. The bell tower was pretty similar, but with a massive bell and no drums.

Nextstop was a famous, restored hutong alley. It was a bit of a tourist trap - fancy shops and nice food but it was fun nonetheless. James had some meat on a stick which ...


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