Grand Jiangnan Garden Hotel

No.58 Badachu, Shijingshan District, Beijing, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

"You can have your noodles and eat them too!"

A travel blog entry by senorita-tes

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... noodles. Since wheat is very heavy to digest, you will see in a lot of noodle restaurants that there are bottles of vinegar on the table. Eating noodles with vinegar is said to aid in the digestion of the heavy wheat germ in the dough. Another interesting cultural fact I learned: noodles represent a long life in Chinese culture. This is the reason why you would celebrate birthdays with a dish of noodles. It is said to be bad luck if you cut ...

Feeling Like Myself Again Part One

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny

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... how disappointed he was in me. I was not fazed by what he said because I am already used to hearing how much I disappoint people. Yet, I have realized that it is impossible to please everyone. I need to make the best decision for myself.

On the bright side, I won't be dying next semester like John because my schedule will be a lot easier without intensive. My weekends will probably leave me more room to enjoy life while John is stuck ...

First Taste of Buddhist Temples

A travel blog entry by christinakrawec

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... He at least got that much.

We then, after taking directions from the soldiers, took the bus to a nice area with restaurants, and we had dinner. The drink of the night this time was baijiu, a traditional Chinese liquor.

I was not expecting this. Let's just say that the stuff can range from 40 to 60% alcohol and leave it at that.

And that exciting note is how I ended my day. We came home and now my eyelids are betraying me. Good ...

Jigga she nigga!

A travel blog entry by poon

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... pull of their shirts over their bellies, etc. before the Olympics arrived. Good thing is, it sort of worked even post-Olympics. Sort of. I'm telling you - some of those nose pickers look like they're mining for gold. Couldn't believe it every time I saw it.

Onto to better things. I think I've already made my point about what I disliked in China.

The Great Wall really was great. We ...

Day 11- A Long and Dusty Road

A travel blog entry by rburrows92

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... it's disgraceful. I won't name any names, especially because some of them could read my blog...but I just don't think it's right. These teachers work hard and I feel like it's kind of a smack in the face to not take their hard work seriously. Many of the students are treating this program like a vacation and, in a way, it is, but that does not mean that you can completely check out and disregard the people who have paid for you to be here...

Alright, off my soapbox. Sorry ...

Location

This hotel, located in the 石景山区 area of Beijing, is near Eight Great Temples (Badachu) and Beijing Amusement Park.
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