Guidu Hotel

No.217 Guang'anmen Nei Main Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100053, China | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Meeting New Awesome People

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... it. I decided to not get it.

Mohini wanted to go to the flower market, but I chose to go to Sanlitun with Ariel, Kevin, and Lily. I had no shame for doing that. No way I wanted to eat McDonald for dinner.

I was the one guiding Ariel, Kevin, and Lily to Sanlitun. So proud of myself for knowing where a place was. Once we were there, Ariel and I shopped at Uni Qlo while Kevin and Lily went to Starbucks.

After ...

First week of school

A travel blog entry by rebecca-thomson


... all night last night reviewing the lesson for today, but they also had 3 textbooks! On top of that, it seems they go through a lesson every 2 days, combined with the fact that I took a look at the homework and there was grammar and stuff I was missing so I couldn't really do it... anyway, I've decided to go back down to the level I was originally placed at.

It's becoming more and more obvious that obtaining fluency ...

Blown away (nearly) in Beijing

A travel blog entry by jmfaulkenberry


... tea etiquette in terms of making and serving the revered drink. Kids were served four different types: Jasmine (mint tasting). It is said to refresh the mind and relieve headaches. Not a bad thing to have around when traveling with teenagers; Oolong tea (very tasty). It is very healthy as it provides good blood circulation, helps with nourishing the stomach, can enrich blood and is good for anemia: Wild Pu'er tea (tastes like liquid rice). Besides the taste which some ...

Olympic preparation

A travel blog entry by ricao


... good and it sounds cool. I loved the songs that she showed us.

Getting into the Olympics sort of mood, the entire group visited the Bird's Nest and Water Cube. These aren't their official names, but it is what everyone calls them by. These two buildings were built for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing and they certainly are creative pieces of architecture. Thankfully, no one asked me to create a ...

The Forbidden City + Peking Opera

A travel blog entry by freya.hopper


... the sunshine and the architecture. On my little tourist map, it recommended viewing the nine-dragon screen, which turned out to be inside the Treasure Hall, which I had originally passed over on the basis that it cost a whole extra 10 kuai and I’d already spent most of Thursday going around a museum looking at treasures.

Calling it the Treasure Hall is a complete misnomer. It’s actually like a Forbidden City within the Forbidden City. ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the CCTV/W. Railway Station area of Beijing, is near Chairman Mao Memorial Hall (Maozhuxi Jiniantang), Peking Opera, Anantara Spa By The Great Wall, and Poly Art Museum.
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