Chong Qing Hotel

No.15 Guangximen North Road, Xibahe, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100028, China | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Welcome to China the super power

A travel blog entry by jon_lowra2014


... the hundreds of steep steps before you even reach the wall it self. A few people off our bus took the easy way...the cable car which saves the 30 minute walk before the wall walk. So we reached the wall slightly fatigued but hell it was worth it. Amazing! Breath taking scenery all around and the scale of the wall was off the's never ending. We walked approximately 8km to the number 23 tower...I challenged Lowra to reach this tower before ...

Being a Kid Again

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... to tell me at times. Olivia, Anthony, and I were confused about what she was trying to tell us when we told her about how much tea we wanted.

I spent so much money for the tea, but it was for my mother! I knew that I could not come home without getting any Chinese tea for her. The woman of the store actually gave us some free tea and gifts. I could not believe how nice she was and her door was the only one still opened when we finished. She was even kind ...

Beijing a.k.a The Great Bamboozle

A travel blog entry by shelaughs


... as we started the walk around the Forbidden City but finally gave in to a persistent man who kept saying "3 monies! 3 monies!" Bret confirmed that he would take us to the entrance of the Forbidden City for "3 monies" and we hoped in. Now, if Bret were telling the story, he might imply that he would have had the strength to keep saying no to all these Beijing entrepreneurs and that it was me who caved and said "okay." He might be right but this isn't his blog ...

Beijing: a week in the belly of the beast

A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes


... Hou Hai Lake, one of a string of three former reservoirs that connected the old hutong parts of Beijing with the Forbidden City. We walked, squeezed between the calm, blue waters of the lake and the narrow grid of hutongs that butted up against it. Far from the tourist crowds, we admired the energetic yet paced rhythm of life in these old residential areas. Wiry men grappled with trolleys creaking from the weight of absurdly large piles of sacks or boxes, while street-side stalls ...

Peeking at Beijing

A travel blog entry by stoddart


... bus. We met our new local guide Angie and she filled us in on what we would be doing in the next four days. Beijing is 150 kms by 120 kms so it's no small place. With a population of 22 million it’s hustle and bustle most of the time. Angie told us that they only get 100 days of sunshine a year and yes the rest of the time it looks like smog but this is also caused by the humidity. Before going to our hotel our hotel ...

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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent