BeiJing Post & Telecom Conference Center

Address: No.5 Guajiatun, Haidian District, Beijing, 100091, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Zhongguancun/Shangdi area of Beijing, is near Old Summer Palace (Yuanmingyuan), Peking University (Beijing Da Xue), Huahsi Night Market, and Lotus Lane.
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    A travel blog entry by marie.channer on Oct 24, 2014

    1 comment, 50 photos

    ... to make them grow bigger pearls. Although the talk was interesting, we didn't want to buy anything and we're left in the shop for quite a while. Our last stop of the day was to the Summer Palace which is 95% water and there isn't actually a palace! We took two boats from the street to the palace grounds and gardens. I'm sure it would have been extremely beautiful but there was so much smog it was difficult to see anything! Plus we weren't there long at all. Such a ...

    Day 2 in Beijing

    A travel blog entry by reecedevon on Apr 16, 2014

    3 photos

    ... Inside the tower was an enormous golden sculpture of Buddha. In here people would purchase incense and then had their prayers for protection. Howard explained how the prayers were carried out properly and the purpose of the incense. Apparently the 4 meter tall statue was not even close to being as tall as normal. Howard said that there is one on a mountain that is 86 meters tall! It just seems unreal. Anyways, once we left ...

    A week in smoggy Beijing

    A travel blog entry by ollieandstephen on Oct 31, 2013

    4 comments, 34 photos

    ... 20 metre screens either side of the column which stood in the centre of the square. the security was clearly tightened since the attack as unfortunately we weren't able to enter Mao's Mausoleum or go within 20 metres of the column. despite this we were impressed by the surrounding buildings and the incredible pride that the Chinese give off. We stopped on our way back at the same restaurant we had eaten at the first time we tried to reach the ...


    A travel blog entry by ellebee88 on Jun 24, 2013

    31 photos

    ... that I hadn't seen before (from traveling by plane, being in a hot climate, not taking enough aspirin, and walking excessively) so we headed to the hostel and napped with our feet up. That night we book our great wall tour for 280Y (this does NOT include the lift to the wall, which they don't tell you). We chose a less crowded section of the wall that was described to us as less strenuous (it started with an M but I'm not sure of the name offhand now). We went out for ...

    A Great (Wall) day

    A travel blog entry by lklassen on Jul 23, 2012

    9 photos

    ... we arrived at a part of the wall. Signs all around stated that the section was unrestored and, consequently, closed to the public, but that didn't stop us. Following a gravel path, we came across an elderly man who was charging admission to the wall. It was completely unofficial, but his 5 Yuan ($0.80) fee was far from unreasonable. As we walked along the path, we came across a small shop with some touristy items for sale. One of ...