Fuxing International Centre

No.237 Chaoyang North Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100025, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Holidays part 2

A travel blog entry by luiseatshanghai on Aug 10, 2013

2 comments, 15 photos

... airport as planned but Pudong. Lou and Jools had all their luggage with them so they decided to stay at the airport as that was also where their flight would take off.

Stéph and I tried to catch a taxi (we waited for sure for another 30minutes) and finally arrived in my apartment at 6 o’clock. The sun was already shining. She packed her things, took a shower and went back to the airport. I decided to go later to work and went to bed for 4 hours until my workday ...

Hometown Visitors - Beaconhills and Beaconsfield

A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Jul 11, 2013

10 photos

... to west gates 750 meters apart, and the north and south gates 950 meters apart. Each section you walk through, you think 'this one must be the last one', but it feels like it keeps going and going, finally reaching the Imperial garden at the back. I can't help but imagine what it was like back in the days where it was used as the Imperial Palace, and not filled with thousands of tourists. It would be able to hold ...

The Trek Home - Stage 2

A travel blog entry by cassnkyle on Dec 15, 2012

5 photos

... DURR!). I got quite the scrute, but I passed on, little did I know that was the worst of my troubles.

I walked down a small corridor-type thing to line up again to go through the checks. Now normally, this is fairly easy. You put your things in the scanner, take your laptop out and walk through a metal detector. Not so easy in Beijing.

First I had to disembowl ALL my bags ENTIRELY. Every cord, iPod, cellphone, computer, pen, flashlight ...

Days 39 to 43: Beijing

A travel blog entry by mikensoph on Sep 07, 2012

54 photos

... you even just so you can point to the Chinese translation when you are asking for directions. Unfortunately it was a “no dice grandma” moment for us as the Chinese government has banned guide books that describe the regime in a less than positive light. You are even supposed to declare having such a guidebook on you when you come into the country through customs. They have the right to fine you, confiscate the book or refuse you entry into the country! We managed to find ...

China-visit tourist spot-walk behind-better!

A travel blog entry by sarah.mansergh on Jun 17, 2012

22 photos

... served up in toilet bowls. We discovered this because we missed the train to Badaling. Really funny! http://www.moderntoilet.com.tw/en/about .asp (to prove I am not kidding)

Other interesting sites to visit-that aren't commonly suggested:
At Mao's mausoleum-walk behind and visit the Zhengyang Gates-beautiful 42 meter tall ...

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