Fraser Suites CBD Beijing

Address: No.12 Jintong West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100020, China | 5 star hotel
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      End of The Start of The Line

      A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 24, 2014

      2 comments, 41 photos

      ... testicles being but a sample. The most perturbing offer, to my eyes, was some unfortunate scorpions impaled alive upon a skewer, their legs rotating in perpetual and pitiful escape attempts, not comprehending the magnitude of their predicament.
      The whole rigmarole stank of gimmick- I remain to be convinced that people eat these items in anything but novelty- the same insects sit up there for months and years. Still, when in the other Rome...After a stick ...

      4 day tour. Beijing.

      A travel blog entry by kels-and-oli on Jun 09, 2014

      19 photos

      ... guide told us how every Sunday the grandparents would meet in the gardens to "match make" their single grandchildren! Given the demands of current day life in the city dating is on the back burner...must mean for good FIFA and World Cup sticker swapsy sessions for the boys (Kels wrote that! :) )There were many games of mahjong being played, Mahjong is a traditional Chinese tile board game, as well as keep fit classes- dancing- which are common in parks in china. As our ...

      The Great Climb!!!

      A travel blog entry by adini07 on Jul 22, 2013

      83 photos

      ... went to the Ming Tombs. We went to the largest built in the 1400's. It was the tomb of Emperor Yongle and the Empress Xu. The tomb is named the Chang Mausoleum . This was the Emperor who moved the Capital of China from Nanjing to Beijing. It was very nice there. No big crowds... We were able to see everything.

      Our guide decided to take us to the Jade Store next. It was interesting to see how they make things. They turned on the lights just for ...

      And on to Beijing!

      A travel blog entry by rebecca_redden on Dec 10, 2012

      2 comments, 57 photos

      ... with only 2 stops - was.... GREAT (of course but you know i am a geek for thoese trains) 304 kmph awesome!!!

      I was very lucky to have had a lift to Nanjing station, and to be met at Beijing station - certainly made it a lot easier .

      later that day i went out for a look around

      Last Train to Xi'an Central

      A travel blog entry by matfloyd on Sep 12, 2012

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... handed back the keys, and the staff kindly offered to keep our packs until we got back later, we secured all of our valuables in the hostels locker system, all very high tech. You simply request a code, a locker automatically opens and a little sheet with a barcode is printed, you place your valuables inside and shut the door. When returning, simply scan the barcode ad your locker opens. Unfortunately, Dan’s luck again deserted him, and as ...