Beijing Perfect Inn

Address: No.281 Gulou East Main Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, China | 3 star hotel
 
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      Day 155. Seoul by foot

      A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Jan 30, 2015

      6 comments, 19 photos

      ... around in the toilet for a while". It was a relief, but we now had less than an hour until our flight. Security was slow, so in the end we grabbed a bottle of vodka, ham and egg sandwich and a blueberry muffin. We were sweating once we arrived at the gate. Duty free was busy, we had heard that the Chinese come over for a shopping spree (as we suggested) and it looked about right. They had several bags each all full of cosmetics, we must have also seen about ...

      Day 6 - A Bullet with Our Name on it !

      A travel blog entry by meraz on Jul 31, 2014

      15 photos

      ... top and cycle round, which I would have done if it had been cooler. Instead we bought ice lollies, and chomped them in the shade of a disused building them to cool down. There was a bit of anti Japanese sentiment from Wendy as she repeated several times that this was the only great city wall left in China, the ones on Beijing and Shanghai having been destroyed by the Japanese bombing in WW2. Lee had told us that 30M Chinese had been killed in the WW2 with Japan. Half the ...

      How Aardvarks Play Rugby.

      A travel blog entry by jfgcooper95 on Apr 27, 2014

      8 photos

      ... done over the last few months and move forward with it when I get home. I'm finding that I'm enjoying my time in Beijing much more so than the time I spent in Shanghai. The city, as a whole, is just a bit more welcoming. Things are less claustrophobic, there are more green spaces around, and whilst there is a distinctly Chinese character about the place, it's much more inviting than the one I experienced in Shanghai. The western student population here is also, for ...

      Dragon Lady: Tears of Fury

      A travel blog entry by kitkatgo on Aug 19, 2013

      4 photos

      ... top. It's soft with a hint of sweetness. I had gotten one yesterday for breakfast while we waited for Modou. I wish I had known about this place sooner. My two things (a complete meal) only cost 3.50 RMB, and I'm completely satisfied.

      I'm a little bit worried because it seems my air conditioner is not working. This is my biggest fear here in China--no A/C!! I can survive almost anything except the heat. :b I think I need to call someone. But who?

      I texted Gloria to tell ...

      Wow's! ...covered in grey, blue and white!

      A travel blog entry by usupandaway on Feb 01, 2013

      1 comment, 41 photos

      ... Court, fourteen emperors of the Ming dynasty and ten emperors of the Qing dynasty had reigned here. Having been the imperial palace for some five centuries, it houses numerous rare treasures and curiosities. Listed by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage Site in 1987, the Palace Museum is now one of the most popular tourist attractions world-wide.

      Construction of the palace complex began in 1407, the 5th year of the Yongle reign of the third emperor (Emperor Chengzu, Zhu Di) ...