Gongti A.Hotel

Address: East Gate Workers' Stadium, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing


A travel blog entry by johngalbraith13 on Aug 06, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... Hortons

- Being around other English speaking people

- Not being pushed around

- Not being pointed at and called "lawais"

- Tim Hortons

- Not being constantly photographed

- Tim Hortons



Thanks for reading, Mom!

Today's song is my all-time favourite!

K.D. Lang- Hallelujah- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_NpxTW ...

Beijing- Summer Palace and the Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by kirstyollie on Oct 29, 2013

60 photos

... I was so proud of myself for getting as far as we did. This was Tower 21 but unfortunately we couldn't carry on to 23, as we would have missed lunch and probably even our lift back! I was disappointed as we had done the most difficult part and it would have been easy to have completed the last section, as it was pretty flat then all the way to the top and only time prevented us. The one consolation was that it was definitely the best view from up where we were.


Mid Autumn Festival

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Sep 19, 2013

31 photos

... texted me if I wanted to go shopping with her and her rooomate to Wang Fujing. I said yes and we went off to the subway station.

When we were exiting out of the train station from our last train, I saw a photography campaign with my favorite musician Wang Lee Hom!

Our last subway station was the underground of a mall. We left the mall and walked off to the actual Wang Fujing. It was huge and we checked out some stores. ...

Another Brick in the Wall

A travel blog entry by funkymonk on May 02, 2013

... I'd been approached by someone who asked me if I wanted to see their art exhibition. "No thanks" I'd said and felt pleased I'd dodged that particular bullet.

A little later, after having yet more pictures taken with curious people and their baby, I got talking to a couple of Chinese tourists, Jenny and Yang Yang (apparently). They had day bags and cameras and were taking the same sort of photo's as me, so no red flags went up immediately. We chatted for a while and when I ...

Goodbye China, Hello Mongolia

A travel blog entry by paddyfetherston on Aug 12, 2012

5 comments, 10 photos

We had six nights in Beijing as we organized our Mongolian visas and our train to Ulan Bataar. After the travel admin, we took in some of the cities famous sites. Including Tianamen Square and the Forbidden City.

Whilst visiting Tianamen Square we agreed to join some friendly local students for a cup of tea, as they were unusually desperate to practice their English. (We learned after leaving Beijing that travelers refer to this as The "Beijing Tea House ...