Gongti A.Hotel

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

Bustling Beijing

A travel blog entry by kyliejoe

... we booked out flight home for 1am that morning, getting us into Manchester at 3pm still on the 6th Aug because of the time difference!
My mind was pickled, I felt robbed of all my emotions, I was supposed to be excited and counting down the days of our flight home, instead there I was still thinking of currency conversions from Yuan to Rupees, eating curries and excited to see the Taj Mahal ... I was sat on a flight home, drunk on wine to calm my nerves...


The Most Valuable Chinese Commodity: Chinese Food

A travel blog entry by michelleyeager


... Stephen, Dylan, Jake and I dubbed it the “Sichuan Fanguanr” or Sichuan Restaurant, simply because it has a lot of spicy Sichuan dishes. Stephen loves spicy, and the rest of us didn’t mind too much, so Sichuan Fanguanr was where we ate every other weekend. (Alright, maybe not that often, but it has been well frequented.)

A staple item on our table is the kung pao chicken—it’s just too good to pass up! Other favorites are the pumpkin ...

Lazy sunday

A travel blog entry by markbaker


... the show was great. The mind boggles when you see some of the positions and stuff the human body can do: one bloke standing on another's head with his own head and then climbing a ladder, playing keepy-uppy with umbrellas, balancing on a chair on one hand 4 meters above the ground, 12 girls on a bike at the same time. I mean its all completely useless but nonetheless incredible. The finale was 8 motorbikes in the same wall of death ball. ...

Temple of Heaven and Garden

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer


... all ages just extercising on some unique apparatuses that even I could manage. Indeed this was a heavenly site to behold. Walking through these imperial gardens one finds oneself at the Temple.

The temple complex, known in Chinese as Tian Tan, was constructed from 1406 to 1420 during the ...

Beijing Bicycle

A travel blog entry by jadeandrew


They say a day in Beijing is like smoking a pack a day. Well today i woke up with what Ken and Mandy were calling 'Beijing cough' which was not a surprise as with all the smog and pollution I had not been able to get a good glimpse of the sky since we arrived.
Ken and I were on our own this morning as Mandy had a meeting for work she had to attend so we decided this morning was a good time to visit Qianmen, Tiananmen Square and the ...


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