Orange Hotel Beijing Yayun Village

Address: No.200 Beiyuan Road, Anyuan East Li, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029, China | Hotel
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      Day 1

      A travel blog entry by line-plotz on Jun 24, 2014

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      I started this day in Atlanta, GA. I woke up at 5:30 am Atlanta time, then flew to Chicago O'Hare from Hartsfield-Jackson, then transferred to a Boeing 777 for the flight to Beijing. This second flight was 14 hours long, but our crew managed to get us there in 12 hrs and 30 minutes. I watched 5 movies in this time.

      Thor, The Dark World: Same story (or no story?), with lots of flashy special effects and a twist at the end that made me realize this ...


      A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on Mar 23, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... open six-berth cabins (not very big and arranged 3x3 with the headspace between bunks getting increasingly smaller as you get to the top bunk) and a few of us agree to share a cabin as we’ll be drinking beer (Mike, a Scottish guy, is enjoying his first beer in a fortnight after coming off antibiotics following a virulent infection contracted in Cambodia!) We board the train and realise it’s mostly locals and busy! The squat toilets look pretty sketchy. ...

      Day twelve

      A travel blog entry by jc131156 on Oct 18, 2013

      12 photos

      ... hundreds of years ago this was built by hand and they first used sticky rice to stick the bricks together. They used the left over liquid to feed to the workers that built the wall. I guess that's why a lot of people died in the making of the wall. I made it up the wall, past the 2nd tower thing ( turret). Which I thought was enough as my knee was hurting, and I realised I still had to go down. When I got near the bottom I bought myself a certificate to say that ...

      If it's supposed to be forbidden, how'd I get in?

      A travel blog entry by driftingidiot on Jul 29, 2013

      47 photos

      And thus begins the story of the Drifting Idiot. Perhaps a little earlier than planned, but the story must begin somewhere. After finishing teaching what the my co-workers called "kids" (all of whom happened to be at least 5 years older than me), I decided to go travel to the Forbidden City with some of them. We came in and everything was lovely, and I figured that the Emperor must have been compensating for something because that place was HUUUGE (seems I'd forgotten the whole ...

      Zoos..animals first

      A travel blog entry by mauza on Dec 21, 2012

      24 photos

      ... Show the tourism brochure to attendant and no words required for destination/stop...

      Beijing Zoo area began as private gardens / park lands but in 1908 it opened to the public as a park/ zoo.The only elephant died in 1937, and the Japanese, under the pretext of protecting themselves against air raids, poisoned the remaining lions, tigers and leopards. On the eve of the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949, the park housed only ...