Chateau de Luze

No.8A Guanghua Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100026, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

The Beginning of the End

A travel blog entry by mattgottwald


... want carrying on the trip and it has been horrible saying goodbye to people. In a good way though. In a group you normally get at least one Muppet and there really didn't seem to be one this time, I liked everybody. Maybe I was the Muppet then but there are already lots of plans to meet in London and Brighton. They were a good group and this trip was the perfect way to finish my adventure. I was worried I'd miss the freedom of traveling on my own but, surprisingly, I ...

Trans Mongolian Experience

A travel blog entry by kevdeeworldtour


... The mirrors in the room steamed up. Or maybe they just froze up. Anyway quite used to showers like that over the years in Uniform. It was wet and it done the job.

Our shower seems to be the only one that is working. Think there will be a shower party later. LOL.

We went down to the Restaurant car, or Café car . Had a beer and a chat to the couple next door. They are from Holland. They are heading ...

A big catch up!!

A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez


... paint dry, but during my travel career days I worked for Longshot Golf and sold golf holidays, as well as went on the odd educational, learnt to play golf with some pro's, and played on courses such as La Manga in Spain, and some in the Algarve too. I actually really enjoyed watching the tournament, and so did Andy too. We followed the leaders for a while, and then some less popular players, as you could get closer and see more. The club put on a Polo match too, so we ...

Relaxing, inside look into Beijing

A travel blog entry by lzarras


... the details. I took some pictures of neat and beautiful vases and statues.

Our last stop of our Beijing tour was a Hutong. Hutongs are old neighborhoods that surround the Forbidden city, in the Inner city area. They’re small, stone alleyways that city officials used to live in. This is the only property in Beijing that doesn’t need to be handed back to the government 70 years after purchase, and can be handed down to future generations. Although ...

Last day in Beijing

A travel blog entry by dundon_family


... sickness bag.

Dinner was shocking - I lifted the lid with not much hope and dropped it with my predictions confirmed. I'll get some sleep I thought, and then remembered the McDonalds seats. It seemed like an eternity before getting off that plane into the heat of New Delhi where we were picked up by our local rep and driver. We arrived at the hotel at around 2am local time and were happy to hit the beds, with an 11am tour organised for the next day.


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