Gongti A.Hotel

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

Thanks for your prayers

A travel blog entry by dlp5 on Jul 29, 2014

... causing him some discomfort, and a throat infection. So he is on some antibiotics. It seems to have helped him and he is slowly returning to his normal goofy self. I stayed at the hotel with him today while the girls went to go and tour a silk factory.

That's all the news for now


Daniel for the family ...

Smoggy Beijing

A travel blog entry by the_saws1 on Oct 31, 2013

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... eventually find one and they start quoting us a fixed price and won't take us, in the end we hail a taxi, after being stung in Ho Chi Minh City, we vowed never to be ripped off again. The taxi takes us to our hotel for 1.60, the other guy wanted 8, we are chuffed with the outcome. All we see on our travels is high risers, they are everywhere.

We check into our hotel which is in the Dongcheng ...

Sara's Bday!

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Sep 12, 2013

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... milk, I walked across campus to sit at a bench near my classroom building.

I just sat there and drank my soy milk. Chilling and enjoying the nice morning instead of reviewing my Chinese. Just relaxing for half an hour was nice before going to class.

At the beginning of class, my professor reviewed the vocabulary with us. When she called on me, I had no idea. My brain was stuck and I was frustrated at myself ...

Ne how!

A travel blog entry by sophie_ish on May 13, 2013

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... to Tiananmen square (the world’s largest public square), after first going through the usual Chinese security checks which involves putting your bags through an x-ray machine which probably isn’t even switched on whilst the staff chat away or are half asleep! Given the distances are huge in China, despite there being so many people, it didn’t feel too crowded. There were lots of police everywhere and probably more in plain clothes so we felt quite safe ...

Nobody has the right of way in lougie town*

A travel blog entry by graysoncobb on Sep 18, 2012

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... week you may NOT drive your vehicle. There are a lot more BMW, mercedes and audi's than one would think in a communist country. China recently simplified their language and now, instead of reading bottom to top, right to left, they read the same way as westerners. Let me pose a question: how does a government say "Boom! Now all 1.3 billion of you need to relearn how to read and write, ok?""?!?!

Dinner was Peking duck. Unforgettable day!