Dong Chang An Hotel

No.10A Jianguo Menwai Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100022, China | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

To the Top of the Wall, Pandas and Farewell Dinner

A travel blog entry by lavernelund


Our final day with the tour group was a good one. We all were excited to see the Great Wall and we had a beautiful day to do it. After breakfast we rode the bus about an hour to take a break at a jade factory for presentation and a shopping opportunity. It was beautiful and expensive. Many of us couldn't resist.
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Part 2 of China trip#1 for SGM

A travel blog entry by hopskipper

So arrived to a neighborhood I didn't expect or maybe I should say had different expectations for. Ended up enjoying my time there but a shock at first. So ended up working a crapload with Simon, Michael, Axel, and the guys from Syma. Also did find some decent eats in the ex-pat area by the convention center. The Happy Horse with not so happy a …

Holding My Breath

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... I tagged along.

At the cafeteria, we both got noodles on the first floor. Mark met us at our table. Lunch was so good.

After eating, I went to the library to get some things for my midterm papers. Before entering the building, I was taking a picture of the sky. I heard Miguel saying that I was taking so many pictures. We chatted for a minute before we went our separate ways.

In the library, Shari and Jean were there. I was so ...

Relaxing Despite It Being Final Week

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... I decided to get it since it was the only dessert available. It was so nice to chill with Mohini. We had not been hanging out due to our busy schedule.

I remember the first time I met Mohini. It was the second day of orientation. She was very vibrant and worldly due to her experience of traveling. That day, she was the one who took the lead to where we should eat and she had to speak Chinese for me. I had no idea at that time on how to survive in Beijing. ...

The Great Climb!!!

A travel blog entry by adini07


... went to the Ming Tombs. We went to the largest built in the 1400's. It was the tomb of Emperor Yongle and the Empress Xu. The tomb is named the Chang Mausoleum . This was the Emperor who moved the Capital of China from Nanjing to Beijing. It was very nice there. No big crowds... We were able to see everything.

Our guide decided to take us to the Jade Store next. It was interesting to see how they make things. They turned on the lights just for ...


TripAdvisor Reviews Dong Chang An Hotel Beijing

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good