Tangshan Hotel

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

The Yin and Yang of China

A travel blog entry by tshalon on Jul 18, 2015

14 photos

... people took bags of dumplings home.

Our final destination the Tai An Hua Tai Hotel. This is our home for the next 10 days. It has everything a teenager and let's be honest adult would want. Wi-fi, soft mattress and Western toilets. It definitely is an upgrade from the Beijing Royal School. After a long day touring and school it is good to come back and watch some Chinese television.

First taste of Chinese classes tomorrow for the students.
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Beijing/ Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by rachecake96 on Sep 16, 2014

11 photos

... we had to put everything in that, and pack up our big backpacks. It was nice having time after breakfast to relax and pack instead of jumping right into a busy day. The guys offered to carry my stuff which was amazing. So I distributed my stuff amongst the guys and didn't have to
carry anything except my camera and water.

Helluva Life

A travel blog entry by johngalbraith13 on Aug 03, 2014

3 comments, 8 photos

... on their heads, and played around with hats.

The most impressive things were the 8 ladies riding around on one bicycle doing acro tricks, the two men doing handstands on a ladder (up and down), and 8 motorcycles piled into a globe shaped structure all riding around in perfect synchronization.

Far and away one of the most impressive things I've seen.

For dinner, we went to the most famous Peking Duck restaurant in China. ...

Day 32 - The Great Wall (Part 2 - Mutianyu)

A travel blog entry by costin on Oct 31, 2013

35 photos

... to visit, but that was all part of the master plan. I had read online about the section that we weren't allowed to visit and had heard it was stunning and that they weren't many visitors, so when we got to the no entry sign at the end, we carried on past it, to the unrestored section. To start with, there were still lots of visitors, but the numbers soon dropped as we got further from the touristy section and deeper into the overgrown section of the wall. The overgrown section was ...

Great.. Wall & Ming Tombs to see

A travel blog entry by mauza on May 07, 2013

1 comment, 19 photos

... Stele Pavilion there is a 50-ton tortoise carrying a stone tablet. ( inscribed with the history of the Hongwhu Emperor Zhu..(1328-1398).
The walk along the road (Pathway) was pure delight with the willows swaying in the light breeze, the lush green lawns and the misty haze making it all the huge statues look even more sureal..
Dinner tonight was a first for many of us Aussies.. Individual "Hotpots"... Boling pots of some form of broth.. paper thin slices ...