Guanqi Hotel

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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Travel Day From Shanghai to Beijing

A travel blog entry by rozbp

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... It was not completely daylight yet, so it was hard to clearly delineate what was actually happening. I thought maybe some type of protest was taking place; or maybe problems at the Consulates. I called downstairs with no luck…they didn't understand what I was asking; at least we didn’t get any towels delivered. I turned on the TV to find out the 2013 Shanghai International Marathon was about to start. The crane was used to lift the ...

And so it began...

A travel blog entry by chloecd

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... but the first line we're on is overground for probably an hour, and then you finally get to the real subway - although there were 4 changes to get us to Tiananmen Square.

We were lucky enough to have really beautiful weather for the first couple of days, which meant that we saw the Forbidden City in the sunshine, rather than in the smog like last time I was here, although this does mean that it has been scorchingly hot - although nobody seems to have been burnt ...

Beijing for 4 nights

A travel blog entry by brenton-alan

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... gate they called for boarding. What timing!

Well the flight from Shanghai to Beijing was a bit on the bumpy side. There was only a few spare seats on the plane. We were allocated seats at the rear, something to do with dirt cheap tickets. Only paid $100 for a 2 hour flight with Air China, Chinas only national carrier.

As we were decending into Beijing it was like there was a thick fog, with next to zero visibility. It wasn't until ...

BEIJING RUNAROUND: BUSES & PLANES & SUBWAYS

A travel blog entry by hardiek

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It’s now many years since China “came out” from its self-imposed Iron Curtain, and the world’s changed almost as much as China since then. No longer is China the butt of anybody’s jokes as it was on Seinfeld as recently as the mid-90’s. You can’t laugh at a country that puts a man in space. Mao hats are no longer the latest fashion, either, for tourists or locals. I doubt that Vietnam ...

The Hutong & the US Embassy

A travel blog entry by kevinmoss

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... After that, we found a taxi to take us to the Hutong area. Hutong literally means alleyway. Running east to west, hutongs are created by the walls of courtyard houses. Formerly the homes of officials and the well-to-do, most are now state-owned. As Beijing has modernized, only a few of the hutongs remain.

We started our excursion at the Drum and Bell Towers and then walked through the alleyways ...

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