Beijing Qianmen Guanqi Hotel

Address: No.18 Qianmen East Main Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100051, China | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Traditional side of Beijing

A travel blog entry by nlmiller55 on Jan 04, 2014

181 photos

... did wonders for the country, body is on rest which has been kept since 1976 when he died. Strange was the first thing to pop in to mind straight away. So firstly we had to check our bags and cameras into security lockers as nothing was allowed into the building where he was. We headed into the building where we had to undergo another security check, finally as we entered the first hall there was an "earry' feeling to the place, there was bushes planted to the ...

Beijing--Last Day (Market, Mall, Grocery Store)

A travel blog entry by rozbp on Dec 04, 2013

65 photos

... purchased something. She told us they'd gone to the Super Store where she purchased a PRADA and her son loaded up with Louis Vuitton. I was so thankful that Rosalind was not interested in going to the Super Store. Even though I knew it was too late and the stores were closed, my wallet still got scared.

Another young man, Orlando, from San Antonio joined us with his new found Chinese girlfriend who spoke perfect English. Two ...

Tianamen Square, Forbidden City etc...

A travel blog entry by ste3 on Jun 02, 2013

... around the old town part of the city. After that, in our free time we took the subway to the Olympic park and walked about outside seeing the birds nest stadium and water cube aquatic centre before taking the tube again down to the silk market where you can buy very cheep knock off stuff. I didn't buy anything as my bag is too full but they other guys for watches sunglasses etc. we had a cheap ad cheerful dinner here before heading back to the ...

Great Wall, Forbidden City, Tien'Amen Square

A travel blog entry by rebecca.mcneal on Oct 03, 2012

69 photos

... night was an accordion player (playing soft Chinese music) a whistler, whistling Chinese music and assorted dogs. Very restive, enjoyable and cultural. This morning was Teacher’s Day, so out my window hundreds of children got dropped off by parents on bicycles, motorcycles, and foot with large bouquets of flowers and baskets of fruit in their too cute Chinese school uniforms (ties, Mary Janes, anklets, and caps of different ...

My 40th Birthday on the Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by kevinmoss on Jun 22, 2012

4 comments, 38 photos

... as far as the eye can see.

Moreover, it's so peaceful on the wall. I can imagine the soldiers being posted at the lookouts and doing nothing for years at a time except watching for Mongolians marauders from the North. Scary, but peaceful. This section of the wall is in exceptionally good shape. I think I read that the government spent some money to refurbish it in the middle of the last century. We actually ran into a few westerners up on the wall. ...