Kang Ming Hotel

Address: No.18 Meishuguan Hou Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100010, China | Hotel
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      Beginning in Beijing

      A travel blog entry by moisesortiz on Jan 04, 2015

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      ... of silk and silk products and what’s funny is that people here prefer to make the darn thing instead of buying it. They view it as one of their most hobby-like professions and i’ve even dabbled in it myself for the short time that i’ve been here. I’ll explore this product a little more when I exit the gates of Beijing and open myself up to the pleasures of the ancient world. God bless, I mean, Buddha bless the Silk Road

      Impressions of the Forbidden City

      A travel blog entry by afinial on Sep 16, 2014

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      ... tours to the Clock Pavilion filled with huge and complex clocks. Most with automatons attached to them. At 2.00 a selection were wound and chimed showing off the weird robots. I'm not sure why they were all so dusty, perhaps they are afraid to clean them and break them. Clocks were significant gifts to the Chinese as the emperor controlled time. He would officially give the time from numerous sundials scattered about the palace. ...

      China II

      A travel blog entry by henryghevans on May 03, 2014

      ... salt and rotting seafood in the wind. Ended up on equivalent of Oxford Street (just as ghastly; loud pumping music; cheap disposable clothes and too many people). RC felt like a clumsy giant. Same cheap clothes (at the same prices as in the UK, no cheaper); same slogans in (even more broken) English on them; same pumping British and American pop music on every floor. Different crowds; crazy many like you'd maybe see at Christmas in London, buying stuff. ...

      Day 2: Beijing

      A travel blog entry by meetyouthere on Aug 29, 2013

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      We started off the day by eating our first Chinese breakfast! It consisted of fried rice, noodles, fried eggs, toast, congee (sort of like Chinese porridge), some sort of cake tasting thing, and dumplings. It was surprisingly delicious! Then we went to Tiananmen Square--unfortunately, because of the 1989 protest you can no longer go right up to the monument but it was still ...

      Day 27 - Paparazzi

      A travel blog entry by reece83 on Feb 10, 2013

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      ... only exit was on the other side of the temple, as the police had barricaded the everything else off. So it would appear that I was going to see the lama temple after all. I had to jump back in the ticket line and get my ticket. Once I had my ticket I went into the temple where I once again followed the flow of people. I was actually glad that I went in, because not only did I get to see the temple, but I got to see it being used for the purpose it was built ...