Beijing Yuan Fang Hotel

No.22 Guangximen Bei Li, Chaoyang District , Beijing, 100028, China | Hotel
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The City of a Very Long Wall

A travel blog entry by josh_manning

... got up close to it. I think it initially seemed so small because of all the space around it. It was a great end to the day and I’m glad decided to revisit the Bird’s Nest.

That Night we had one of the loudest thunderstorms I’ve ever been in, with lightning that strobe's the window. It woke me up and I watched it out the window for like an hour before returning to bed. Because of my hangover day I still hadn’t managed to go Tienanmen Square and ...

Our First City in China

A travel blog entry by kevdeeworldtour


... lives – we refused to pay and walked out ! Paid entrance fee and decided to head up the North section which has 8 towers – the 8th being the highest point – coming back down on the cable cars. OMG !!! Steep is not the word !!! A mixture of steps of differing depths and heights and stone pathways. There are signs everywhere advising you not to ...

Trains, murder, and a gem

A travel blog entry by lilynomad


... when going away as part of a relationship duo, motorbikes (of course), the beautiful and magnificent Cameron Jones, family etc etc. Anyone who knows me knows that I loath the UK with a passion and that there is next to nothing that I miss from there at all but James reminded me just how much I love and miss men wearing Tweed jackets and brogue shoes.

one of the highlights of my day was sitting opposite a young man on the train who had the same eyes and smile as BY Lee ;-)


The Great Wall

A travel blog entry by thedcworld


... and pondering about the history and the 1 million or so soilders who died on the wall. A magnificient feat, it stretches as far as the eyes will allow and still goes way beyond. Built 2000 years ago to keep out marauding nomads from the north. Each independent kingdom built their little section of the wall and they joined them up. The present wall was then completed with watchtowers and outerwall during the ...

It's hip to be Tiananmen Square

A travel blog entry by matfloyd


... asking you to buy useless tat such as kites, facemasks and fake Olympic gold medals.

We wandered around a bit, took a few photos but there isn’t a whole lot to do so pressed onwards. Our plan had been to take the subway to Wanfujing Street as this is where the night market starts at 5pm. The market itself is supposed to be amazing, but its crowning glory is the food area where for a few pence, you can get any form of food you wish, ...


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