Changbaishan International Hotel

Address: No.25 Anyuan Beili, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029, China | Hotel
 
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THE MIGHTY WALL OF CHINA! "Sadie, I have to poop!"

A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Jun 11, 2015

1 comment, 117 photos

... super…… HAHAHA! We bought ponchos from the grandma waiting in the door. She was SOOOO stoked it had started raining. We weren’t bothered. It meant that once again we got to match our outfits… This time it was with thin, cheap, blue plastic. So much for taking cute pictures on the Great Wall of China!


We couldn’t shake our lady for all the tea in China. She would NOT leave us alone. That is ok though. She ...

Anyone Hungry?

A travel blog entry by jimandbettina on Mar 26, 2015

36 photos

... limited by the pollution levels that day.

We were at the end of our day now, and Cady suggested we had time for one more quick stop. We headed to Wangfujing Street. This is a well-known row of exotic and bizarre street food featured on shows such as Andrew Zimmerman Bizarre Foods. We wandered along and noted the various delicacies such as silk worm, snake, spider, scorpion, squids, star fish, sea horse, and octopus. There were also some tamer options for ...

Tianamen Square, Forbidden City, Peoples' Square

A travel blog entry by pembrokepandas on Jul 01, 2014

3 comments, 14 photos

Last night we spent three hours faffing in the supermarket trying to find houmous or equivalent. Needless to say there ain't no houmous. Instead our joyous lunch consisted of bread, orange tomatoes and crisps. We got on the subway to the forbidden city and were greeted with a massive and scary queue. Might sound weird but everybody is Chinese. There are hardly any western tourists. Therefore we ...

Great Wall day 2

A travel blog entry by karlaquinney on Sep 17, 2013

... bones of the workers who died in the wall itself!) The photos don't do it any justice! On the way back we stopped off to have a quick look at the more tourist part of the wall that has been fully restored, it was nice to see the difference but it didn't have the same wow effect as seeing the real untouched part of the wall. One of the best trips so far and is one of the great wonders of the world which is pretty ...

Spring is here

A travel blog entry by amyfisher on May 12, 2013

2 comments, 7 photos

... you were outside. I skulled bottles of water each time I returned inside, trying to get rid of the dust lodged in my throat.
Out have come the mosquitos, as have the language partners. Language partners are a really popular way for foreign students and Chinese students to mix together and help each other out with language. They practice English, we practice Chinese. It is pretty easy for a foreign student such as myself to find a language partner, as the ...