Caoyuan Zhenghong Hotel

Binhe Developing District, Pinggu District, Beijing, 101200, China | Hotel
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4 Days in Beijing

A travel blog entry by muzammil.ahmad


... stopped by locals to take pictures with me - made me feel like a celebrity walking in streets of China. Chinese locals are extremely nice, helpful, warm and welcoming people.

After spending half day in Beijing, I took the local bus straight to the train station to take the local train to ...

Why wouldn't you toboggan down the Great Wall?

A travel blog entry by chloecd


... have anyway!

Like I mentioned last time, there have been some interesting moments and some not so interesting moments. Rather than give you a complete breakdown of all the classes, here are some snippets of the more interesting "facts" we have been told since being here:

  • To try and buy themselves out of the recession, in 2008 China spent billions of yuan ensuring that the majority of schools were fully equipped with at least projectors and ...

Day 34 - Helsinki first then Flying to Beijing

A travel blog entry by shatilew


... at airport night before. Had free meal due to plane delay then looked around the shops. Best news was we were upgraded to first class. It was fantastic. Beautiful champers, food and service. Beds lay down and lovely donnas and pillows. Enjoyed trip ...

And you thought DC traffic was bad?

A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon


... her: "It's OK, it doesn't bother me... I'm the mystery Asian in these parts..." One of the English teachers at the school asked me "Your skin. So nice. What do you do? Is it make up?" I laughed and said "maybe a little bit... but I clean it with Mary Kay" and her response was "I'll have to look into that!" haha... I lauged it off thinking she was just saying that to be polite, but during the time we spent on a bus I actually saw a Mary Kay billboard! I ...

Beijing smells of garlic! Fact!

A travel blog entry by stephwhittock


... in places, with 3 beautiful arches and many ceremonial rooms, which belonged to the Ming family during their reign. At the back was a beautiful Chinese garden, which would have been peaceful if it wasn't for the large number of tourists.

Sarah received her first experience of being a tourist in the east, a group of young Chinese people wanted to take her photo.

Having spent the rest of the afternoon getting an idea of what we wanted to see and do ...


This hotel, located in the 平谷 area of Beijing, is near Red Gate Gallery.
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