Beijing Maple Hotel

Address: No.5 Jiangtai Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100016, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Yansha area of Beijing, is near 798 Space, Ming Tombs (Ming Sishan Ling), Beijing Aquarium (Beijing Haiyangguan), and Dong Hua Men Night Market.
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Day Three

A travel blog entry by spersephone on Dec 03, 2014

39 photos

... locked out. He then had to come downstairs, barefoot, and ask for assistance to get back in. As five of us headed off together, I asked if everyone had their passes - at the gate of the uni, there are guards and they won't let you in without a pass. One of the girls had forgotten hers, so we all turned back around and waited for her to get it. Eventually, we made our way to the cafeteria that is the furthest one away from the hotel. Tracy and I worked out ...

Old Hutongs By Rickshaw

A travel blog entry by geoffbro on Aug 20, 2014

2 comments, 10 photos

... garden.

Continue on a rickshaw and explore the old streets of Beijing. Get a taste of life in ancient China as you learn the communities built around the hutongs (narrow streets). These winding alleyways are hidden between the city's main streets and form the residential neighborhoods that make up old Beijing.

Your tour
concludes with a visit to a local Chinese family home, where you’ll
visit with ...

How to See Beijing in 36 Hours

A travel blog entry by the_stamms on Aug 03, 2014

194 photos

... at The Conrad in Beijing, we headed out to the Temple of Heaven, which is actually a large park and complex containing many temples, altars, and halls. Even more than the Great Wall, perhaps, it was the one site in Beijing I was most looking forward to seeing because of its stunning Ming architecture. Many of the structures were built around the year 1420, with some reconstruction and rebuilding along the way. They were essentially divine sites where the emperor would visit to ...

Finished Midterms!

A travel blog entry by rebecca-thomson on Nov 16, 2013

... day, which by the way isn't really something you can cram for. During the exam, I was getting a good idea of what was being said the first two times the recording was played, and I was waiting for the third time the recording would be played to solidify my guess, but it never came! At the end of the exam the teacher said she wouldn't be able to play the recording a third time. Yes, she waited until AFTER the exam was over. Thanks for the ...

Endless walking in Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by washylee on Mar 23, 2013

29 photos

... since we would need it to explore Forbidden City. The Forbidden City was the Chinese imperial palace from the Ming Dynasty to the end of the Qing Dynasty. For almost 500 years, it served as the home of emperors and their households, as well as the ceremonial and political center of Chinese government. Built in 1406 to 1420, the complex consists of 980 buildings and covers 7,800,000 sq ft. Forbidden City is an UNESCO World Heritage Site and has the ...