Dragon Palace Hotel

Address: Longqingxia Tourist Scenery, Badaying, Hebei, 102109, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Longqingxia Tourist Scenery, Badaying.
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    Day 3

    A travel blog entry by lethalweapon on May 25, 2014

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    ... took the time to rate it and put up a plaque, Alle and I rated it at a 2.5 (we also remembered our toilet paper today so we weren't caught out) we then headed back to the jade centre for lunch where we had Peking duck and it wasn't that great, very oily. Then the best part of the day was The Great Wall. Just seeing it was amazing. I got right to the very top and unfortunately lost Alle somewhere along the way, but she also made it a fair way up also. The views ...


    A travel blog entry by tjankwangwei on Oct 19, 2013

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    ... to just pop into a tiny stall and buy one of their onion pancakes (only 2RMB per piece!). Food is really inexpensive here in Beijing

    Walking along the banks of the "Back Sea" you will pass by the residence of Song Qingling, wife of revoluntary leader Dr. Sun Yat Sen.It now houses ...

    Day 25 - For everything else, there's MasterCard

    A travel blog entry by reece83 on Feb 08, 2013

    24 photos

    ... make an absolute fortune. The conversations over lunch were fun too as all the travelers swapped stories.

    After lunch we jumped back on the bus for the 2 hr ride home. I once again used the opportunity to nap, not because I was tired but more so to keep my mind off my frozen extremities. I arrived back at the hostel and went straight to the room for a hot shower where I stayed until there was no hot water left.

    Later on ...

    The Summer Palace in Winter

    A travel blog entry by lob123 on Dec 09, 2011

    34 photos

    ... if you want a guide (cost about 100RMB), or the audio-guides (which Pat said were ****) or if maybe there is any contempt for the lavish lifestyles of the former rulers (apparently Mao wanted to tear down the Forbidden City, but ran out of cash to do so!).

    We strolled amongst the beautiful gardens, waterways, bridges, and buildings. Although it being winter and very cold that day the grounds are still nice to walk around. We (note from ...

    Donkey Casserole?

    A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Aug 13, 2011

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... The fact that the Wall is so overgrown in many places proves that the idea of it being visible from space is just a popular myth, with no basis in fact.

    The watchtowers on the Wall are all different and served different purposes - some accommodated officers, some ordinary soldiers, some were storehouses, some arsenals, etc. At long last we reach one called the North Ming Watchtower, which is our top point for today. It's a steep climb up a ...