Dazhalan West Street (Beijing Fourth)

Address: No.56 Qianmen Dazhalan West Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100051, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Groundhog Day

A travel blog entry by 60daysinchina on Oct 21, 2014

... around me. At each stop I would be pushed into the small gaps left by passengers that had departed the bus. Eventually we arrived at our stop and I leapt for the fresh air of Beijing.

The guide led me to a point just across the street from Tiananmen Square that was blocked off and a group of policemen were managing the automotive and human traffic. In front of me were a few hundred Chinese people from all over China with an occasional group of ...

The Great tour of Beijing

A travel blog entry by dwet10 on Apr 14, 2014

15 photos

... We turn right and walk 8 towers ( lucky number). It is an impressive building job. C1400? It takes 1.5 hours to walk the section we did. Long line for the slide down which looks fun but only takes one person to put the brakes on and there's another gridlock! We took the chairlift. Bob meets us and drives us to lunch ( western style Chinese (yumyum)) and exit through the gift shop. This time ...

International School of Beijing

A travel blog entry by senorita-tes on Jan 11, 2014

2 comments, 21 photos

... The cafeteria is really cool. Instead of long tables, there are different groupings of tables to choose from. The kids can sit in booths, small tables, high tables, etc. It feels more like a food court than a school lunch room. There are microwaves for if kids want to bring lunch. There is a salad bar with really delicious options, and then the hot meals are all kinds of international cuisines. There is the american style- ...

First Taste of Buddhist Temples

A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Jun 18, 2013

79 photos

... was an orange orb fighting through the gray span of smog that was the sky. Then, yesterday, when we were in Beida, I saw blue when I looked up! It was the same today, but it was just boiling. I'll have to make sure I'm drinking more water.

Anyway, after the second temple, the group decided to go and visit one more site. Though tired, I was more than happy to go on one more excursion to Emperor Jingtai's tomb. And... what an adventure that was.

Goodness Gracious, Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by aaron.joseph on Nov 18, 2012

2 comments, 23 photos

... on (a wall that people began constructing in 7th century BC) stretch out for miles and miles with no end in sight. I could’ve spent all day there, but unfortunately we only had an hour and a half at the wall. Connor and I were 17 minutes late getting back to the bus because we wanted to make it to the highest tower we could see. We would see one in the distance, use every last amount of energy to crawl our way up to ...

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