Beijing Nanshan Ski Village

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Dec 2011- Day 5- Nanshan Ski Village

A travel blog entry by sc_myinitial


Day 5 of 11: 14 December 2011 (Wednesday)

0900: Breakfast.

1030: Daddy & Mommy shopped at China World Mall with Daddy LO, the kids were playing and the rest of the adults were busy packing in the hotel.

1145: Check-out of the hotel but left our suitcases here as we were going to stay at the Nanshan Ski Village for a …


A travel blog entry by anavela


... China has become the world's biggest auto market, therefore, the government has created a strategy to control and limit the explosive growth of car ownership by a license plate lottery. This is aimed to reduce traffic, whereby the opportunity to buy a new car depends on success in applying for a limited plates. On the other hand, Shanghai has long operated in auction. Moreover, we learned that the American based car rental company Enterprise is ...

A Day of Greats

A travel blog entry by g7s22


... up to the second tower accompanied by the exasperated gasps of....well...everybody on the wall, but especially me.

Anya laughed at us all and called it "conditioning". We all voted Connor would do an excellent job running the length of the wall. The distance is equivalent of Boston to Seattle.

The wall was spotted with many vendors (authorized or not) selling their wares. In our research of China, we understood that the price on ...

Peking duck anyone?

A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri


... well as tickets. So there is no option to enter and walk out freely, you're in, you're in! Then there is of course the queue to enter the train itself which is a bit of a battle but our backpacks do the job of pushing everyone out of the way so that's a bonus for us.
Anyway we arrived at Beijing South train station and we thought we could easily walk the 2.5km to our hostel, which in hindsight was a bit silly because a bus ride cost 2Yuan (35cents) but anyway ...

Hangin' in the Hutong and Olympic Park

A travel blog entry by lavernelund


It was another very early flight to Beijing, our tour guide Michael's hometown. On the bus from the airport we stopped to see the Olympic Park, site of the 2008 Olympics. Michael’s English is very fluent, but we were confused when he spoke about the "Olive Pit Park", until we understood he was saying Olympic Park. During the long bus ride, Michael shared wonderful memories about being raised in a Hutong in Beijing.
A Hutong is an older area with very narrow ...


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