Landmark Towers Hotel

No.8 Dongsanhuan North Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100004, China | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    Great Wall and summer palace

    A travel blog entry by dlz on Mar 06, 2014

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    We left for the Great Wall at 0900 and drove for an hr and a half. Upon arrival we climbed a rather steep hill then took the cable car to the top of the wall. The wall was built over 2000 years ago to protect the Chinese empire against marauding Mongol invaders from the north. Once on the wall we had 1.5 hrs free time to walk along the wall and …

    Final day and city tour

    A travel blog entry by dlz on Mar 07, 2014

    14 photos

    Our last day in Beijing, leaving hotel at 0900 and arrived at Tiananmen Square at 0945. This monumental landmark is not only the worlds largest city centre square but also the gateway to the Forbidden City, which houses the wondrous Imperial palace where dynasties ruled China for hundreds of years. After visiting the famous Temple of Heaven we …

    Terracotta warriors and arrival to Beijing

    A travel blog entry by dlz on Mar 05, 2014

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    Wake up call at 0730, breakfast then boarded coach at 0900 to Jade factory. Talk on different types of Jade and how to identify good quality from poor, pleased to know no purchases made. We then headed to one of the trip highlights, the magnificent Terracotta Warriors and Horse. We arrive at 1130 and headed as a group to pit 1. We had a brief talk …

    Day 23: Beijing (Shopping!) - Laura

    A travel blog entry by lauraandemily on Sep 08, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    As everything remotely cultural and interesting is closed on Mondays in China, we took this as an opportunity to do entirely frivolous and uncultural things, like shopping! Before all the fun, we did have some important stuff to get sorted. Our first destination was therefore Beijing Train Station to collect our tickets for all of our many journeys to come, as they'd now all been issued. We consulted the lonely planet and the super helpful website ...

    September 7 - Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City

    A travel blog entry by davidmuir on Sep 07, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... his entrance into the monastery, through his training, his fall to temptation and his rise back to enlightenment before he eventually became the next abbot. It was often ballet-like in its approach as it told the story - interspersed with Kung Fu skill demonstrations. It was very well done and quite entertaining. We then returned to the hotel and had tea before collapsing back onto the beds for a much needed rest in preparation for tomorrow's long ...