Aden Hotel Beijing

No.9 Minzuyuan Road, Building A1, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Backstreet Shenanigans and a Big Bloody Wall

A travel blog entry by claireanddave


... of going on an overpriced tour we opted to find our own way via a bus to Mutianyu (our chosen place to explore the wall from as there are several to choose between), which took us about 2 hours to get too. Once there, you could opt for the cable car up to the wall if you preferred, however being the young fit types that we are (and the fact that we couldn't justify the 50p lift to the top) we decided to walk up to it...

Day 3 - Beijing

A travel blog entry by callie-lucy


... the subway and headed to the Beihai North lake that had been recommended by our hostel. This was a much more relaxing turn to the afternoon as we wandered round the lake watching people row and pedal in boats and browsed some alleyway shops. The only problem was, when buying the train ticket, we realised that we'd been using the wrong exchange rate to calculate how much everything costs. We'd been dividing Chinese Yuan by 5 ...

Climbing the Great Wall

A travel blog entry by hunxueer


... so packed that we couldn't move the whole 2 hour journey to the Wall. By the way, the spot of the Wall we went to is a little less touristy. It's called Mutianyu. Back to the subject, we arrived, bought our tickets, which were about 45 RMB, and started climbing. There was really pretty scenery on the way.
On a funny note, of course everyone here thinks Joshua is Chinese. ...

Sittin' on the dock of the Beijing, wasting time

A travel blog entry by puddlejumpers


... clothes security people wandering at all times. Not exactly relaxing, but a really neat place to get a view of the architecture of the Chinese Communist Party.

We wandered the square for awhile, and then made our way out, and across the street to the large building where you can check your bags. (You're not allowed to bring any bags or cameras into the Mao Memorial). We paid, left our bags, and walked back across the street (through security again) into ...

The main thing people come to Beijing for..

A travel blog entry by vikash_seema12


... mother of the family dished up for us, kept topping up our greens as it was imperative we ate more greens than rice! It was very lovely watching her feed her family (and us!). And had a feast, with every meat under the sun!! Plus i got to try Peking duck! After this we moved onto a tea shop where we were taught the different teas drank in china and how the should be drank (a lot of slurping happened here). We got ...


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