Escargotel Beijing

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

Monday 6th January 2014

A travel blog entry by nashira2116 on Jan 06, 2014

... Never mind, Tina found us another one still close by the Lama Temple, with the biggest Buddha statue carved from one piece of sandalwood in the world - with a Guinness book of records plaque to prove it. We went there after our lunch of rice, a spicy chicken with peanuts, pork, tomato soup and steamed vegetables. Tina explained some of the Buddhist traditions which were very interesting and we saw several monks this time. We were supposed to go back to ...

The Great Wall (of course)

A travel blog entry by cmcmullen on May 24, 2013

18 photos

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Throughout the trip we were making fun of Chinese wine and The Great Wall Wine in particular. Let's just say we were not convinced that the Chinese had mastered the art of wine making. Well, we had joked previously about getting a bottle of Great Wall Wine for the Great Wall, but only in ...

Beijing's Playthings: Parks and Palaces...

A travel blog entry by gandnclub on Oct 08, 2012

66 photos

... Great Wall. I had no concept of the elevation changes. Much too steep to walk to it. We took an enclosed gondola up and then once there climbed up and down many hills. None of the walking was flat. The scenery was spectacular, like Innsbruck mountains. Jagged and wild. Stunning. I wasn't expecting that. It was not at all crowded. We overheard conversations in languages from all over the world. That struck me because a sign ...

Egg Fried Lice

A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Oct 08, 2012

384 photos

... in China don’t wear nappies, they have splits in their trousers so their little bums are constantly on show and you will regularly see a toddler squatting at the base of a tree or over a plastic bag, so bizarre and I do feel for the poor little babies in winter, that can’t be comfortable having a frost bitten bot. The strangest thing that we have identified about China is that Prawn Crackers seem to be totally unheard of here, are ...

Boom boom pow!

A travel blog entry by cng on Jun 25, 2012

1 comment, 6 photos

... rather than in hotel lobbies and railway platforms, although I did almost get urinated on by a kid urinating in public into a stormwater drain, because his parents were too lazy to take him to the toilet.

Overall, Beijing was enjoyable, despite it raining and being constantly smoggy because of the pollution. On the upside, it lowered the temperatures so I was even able to go for a run in one of Beijing’s many parks, the first run I’ve gone on in a long ...