Beijing Marriott Hotel Northeast

Address: No.26 Jia Xiaoyun Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100125, China | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Yansha area of Beijing, is near Lama Temple (Yonghegong), 798 Space, Ming Tombs (Ming Sishan Ling), and Beijing Aquarium (Beijing Haiyangguan).
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      Things Are Looking Up

      A travel blog entry by 60daysinchina on Oct 22, 2014

      9 comments, 21 photos

      ... of the overly warm car. I slept for about an hour as we weaved our way through the morning rush hour traffic and out of the city. It was about another hour before we arrived at the wall. Jinling set me up with my entrance, shuttle bus and cable car tickets and told me to call her when I was ready to leave. She said I had three hours to spend on the wall.

      I walked through the gate up a fairly steep incline and tried to get to the shuttle ...

      Wow!,! Beijing!

      A travel blog entry by jenksms2010 on Mar 20, 2014

      6 comments

      ... factory and the silk factory were so amazing, and I spent quite a bit of money there. I can't wait to meet my family today!!

      Sydney: This city is so unbelievable and gorgeous! We went to the Great Wall and it was sooooo long! The whole thing was just too much, I only climbed up to the first tower and then came back down. We also went to the jade store, that place was unreal in how pretty everything was. I am super excited to meet my host family! I still don't think that ...

      The Tourist (Orientation Part 3)

      A travel blog entry by briandamit on Jun 14, 2012

      7 photos

      ... royal families, it later served as the residence for royals in the Qing Dynasty. Destroyed by Westerner powers a few times, the Palace was rebuilt and opened to the public in 1924 which I'm thankful for because now I can visit it.

      Because it was built for royalty, as expected, the Palace is beautiful: traditional Chinese architecture lines the expansive winding brick walkways. Everything is hidden ...

      Unsupervised in Beijing

      A travel blog entry by dccshamrock09 on May 30, 2011

      9 photos

      ... plenty of ground up meat, lettuce, and other veggies between two crispy buns and nearly just as many calories as a burger back home, which brought back delightful memories. We followed this up with more food, but of a different type of delicacy. On the menu at the bizarre food market was an extensive list that varied from fried ice cream to fried scorpion. Unfortunately, the rarity of many of the foods made them quite prices, so instead of filling ourselves up ...

      The Tourist Train to Beijing

      A travel blog entry by kiwigal999 on Dec 05, 2010

      3 photos

      ... Card, Pig and Gin Rummy to entertain ourselves whilst waiting for the train to be processed.

      At the border, the train gauge in Mongolian/Russia is different to the Chinese train gauge so the train is hoisted from one set of wheels to another. I had been in contact with someone who stayed on-board whilst this happened and he recommended not staying on board. For anyone reading the blog, stay on board. We got off with most of the others ...