Escargotel Beijing

No.10 Zhangzizhong Road, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100000, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Gugong (Forbidden City) and The Hill

A travel blog entry by pandabearm


... Park is really pretty, and I am grateful that in the middle of the city of Beijing there is a large public park with beautiful temples and hiking. According to Wikipedia, the park is an artificial hill that was built along with the Forbidden City because it is superstition that thriving cities are built south of hills. However, when the Ming Emperor built the Forbidden City, there wasn't a hill, so he ...

PANDAS!!!Nuff Said

A travel blog entry by ann_rachy


... we went to the 颐和园 (yiheyuan) (Summer Palace), the whole ground was covered with SNOW! It was amazing to wake up and look out the window and see everything just completely white. It made the entire day more exciting and beautiful. Beijing is much colder than back in Xiamen due to being located in the Northern area of China. Every day, I layered a couple clothes so that I would stay warm. Plus, put on my panda hat.

The day before we left, a ...

It's hip to be Tiananmen Square

A travel blog entry by matfloyd


... asking you to buy useless tat such as kites, facemasks and fake Olympic gold medals.

We wandered around a bit, took a few photos but there isn’t a whole lot to do so pressed onwards. Our plan had been to take the subway to Wanfujing Street as this is where the night market starts at 5pm. The market itself is supposed to be amazing, but its crowning glory is the food area where for a few pence, you can get any form of food you wish, ...

Huffing & Puffing Up the Great Wall

A travel blog entry by jamiewyn

... we told her he was a big fat liar. Then, we walked away. No time for fools like that. After that, Jamie and I were kind of turned off by Beijing taxis. We know it happens in Beijing and Shanghai, but it has not happened to us apart from that one time, and we would just rather take the subway in both cities, anyway. So, problem solved!

We were only there for a total of two days, really-- two half-days and one full day. The half days were ...

Traditional Beijing tourist stuff

A travel blog entry by chaletaria


... decided we were too tired to go out to eat so we went to the 7-11 shop next to the hotel. It had a hot take away counter so we got some noodle dishes and rice, some sandwiches for tomorrow and ate in our room. Our guide phoned to let us know she would collect us tomorrow at 9.30. Early night.

- Walk Qianmen street, tram; Tiananmen Square (subway; security); Mao's masoleum

- Forbidden City- courtyards, gates, garden, statues, museum, water

- Hard get back, walk around & around; 7/11 store & ...

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