City Hotel Beijing

Address: No.4 East Gongti Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100027, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing


A travel blog entry by gillmison on Aug 05, 2015

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Instead of getting the chairlift back down, we got a toboggan ride back to the bottom. It was quite a long queue and the man at the front herding people onto their toboggans looked a bit grumpy. He said to a lady infront of us "sit here beautiful lady" and as Wills went to take his seat he said "What about me, I'm a beautiful boy!" The man then ...

Beijing Quirks

A travel blog entry by samirichardson on May 12, 2015

1 photo

... the tops of buildings or the end of the street. We've had a sandstorm so horrible that the air turned a yellowy brown and caused me to get a sore throat and a mouth full of sand. Spring has been accompanied by April Snow, pollen so large and plentiful that it does actually look like a light flurry of snow. Yet there are so many things about living in Beijing that make up for these unpleasant aspects.     ...

To the Great Wall!

A travel blog entry by mel.jackson2013 on Jun 14, 2014

... before and not being able to get there, so my view of it was slightly tainted. It is a very impressive build though, and I enjoyed wandering around the maze like grounds exploring all of the different buildings. I would definitely recommend this as a must see of Beijing!

So all in all, I intend to go back to Beijing but for a holiday, so I can really experience to cool lifestyle that everyone brags about.

(Photos will come later)


Merry Christmas from the Capital

A travel blog entry by annalisekraus on Dec 24, 2013

32 photos

... the villages, and to the base of where the Great Wall sits. Colleen and I decided to take the ski lift up to the Great Wall. After exploring the watch towers and connecting walkways for about two hours (not to mention getting some of the most amazing pictures), we decided to be even more adventurous and take the toboggan ride back down to the bottom, where we met up with the rest of our group to have a traditional Chinese lunch in the local village ...

Travel management in China

A travel blog entry by atw80-wre on Jun 04, 2013

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... is the non-existence of corporate cards which is leading to enormous administrative, manual and time consuming labour as well as difficulty in obtaining sufficient travel data that is used for reporting.

As of July 1, 2013 Chinese visa regulations will be a lot stricter than they used to be. This is actually the first change of the laws in 25 years. However, as there used to be a high degree of abuse of tourist visas for business ...