Caesar's Home Hotel

Address: No.25 Chunxiu Road, Dongzhimenwai Main Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100027, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

The Wall Day

A travel blog entry by sarahemma on Nov 27, 2013

1 comment, 18 photos

... watchtower number 18 to the highest, number 23 (in fact we walked to 28).

We were told this part of the wall was around 600 years old, so not the oldest part, but it was still incredible. It's in amongst the mountains so the wall is very windy and at some points very steep to climb. Im not even kidding when I say its the coldest ive probably ever been... The photos tell a different story with the glorious sunshine but even with that it must have ...

Beijing Day 2

A travel blog entry by boness-academy on Jun 08, 2013

18 comments, 15 photos

... Jessica and Campbell sat down on a bench for a break and in less than a minute they had a succession of people wanting to sit and have their photo taken with them. After about ten people we had to step in and put a stop to it as I think they would have been there all day! After we were shown around we were taken to a pearl factory for lunch.

In the pearl factory we were shown where pearls come from and how to spot a fake. Drew volunteered to fish out ...

Trip to Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by bettywakia on Apr 26, 2013

70 photos

... watching those movies my interest on China grew more. Even in High School my teacher would give us assignment to do, by telling us to pick one country in the world and write about that country. I would always pick China and write about its people, food, culture, government, economy, population, ...

Evenings Entertainment

A travel blog entry by lindb on Aug 12, 2012

5 photos

So after a well deserved rest I head back out in search of nourishment. I walk down a pedestrian street called Wangfujing Dajie, it is basically a rather large and wide high street. As I walk down I notice what I have been missing, and that is small cafes to stop and have a drink or beer, I decide food first then a beer. As I walk down this very commercial / tourist street I notice the beggars again. I had seen some earlier in the day as I came out of the forbidden ...

Trying to learn Mandarin

A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez on Jun 27, 2012

9 comments, 6 photos

... Singapore & Taiwan. About 70% of China's population speaks it. There are huge differences in pronounciation, I guess the same in English really (the North / South divide!!) or learning in London, then hearing it in Scotland, New York or Sydney.

In 1958 the Chinese adopted a system for writing their language using the Roman alphabet, which is known as 'Pinyin' which means 'write sound'. In the big towns such as here, some signs will be in both (like the subway ...