Tianzhao Hotel

No.18 Gongtidong Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100020, China | Hotel
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Day 7

A travel blog entry by abbeystravel


Today we spent a majority of the day at the Summer Palace. This was probably my favorite thing we have done so far. There were so many different levels and paths that you could take--we just spent hours walking around, taking in the view and photographing all of the things we ran into. For a portion of the time I got to rock climb which was a really fun way to find all the nooks and crannies and take some great photos. About half ...

Anthony Hating on Christmas

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


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I sat at a table with Brady, Angie, and Jesse in the lounge until Anthony came in screaming, "Who put up this bulls***!" We were dying laughing because he said that right in front of Mariel, Andrea, and Kevin. I could not believe Anthony was hating on Christmas.

I then chilled with Sara for a bit, but I ran off to do homework in the basement lounge.

There, Katherine, and ...

Walkin' on the Wall..again

A travel blog entry by beely


... on.

So Ista and I were gabbing, when suddenly we felt rain drops and started yelling for the boys to come back (I sounded like a dying horse so I was pretty useless). No, we’re not being sissies – there is ...

Beijing: Ain't nobody got time to post.

A travel blog entry by ek1232


... we went out to the road, there were no signs for the market or any indication there was a market. So, we decided to ask for directions. I first tried to ask a lady at a convenience store, but when I went up to ask her my question, although I started my question in Chinese, she immediately kept saying “听不懂!” (“I don’t understand!”), gesturing me to get away. Alright…thanks for the help. We ...

I Fell In Love

A travel blog entry by naxxer


... polarizing in few extremely rich and many poor) here a population of averagely poor people has produced a minority of middle class, a majority of still poor and a inconsistent number of extremely rich. Is this going to go on like this? Or at a certain point the social pressures will develop in some traumatic or smooth social change? I can not say, not for West nor for China. But I'm curious to see (and of course not being one of the super rich, I ...


TripAdvisor Reviews Tianzhao Hotel Beijing

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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