Tiantan Hotel

No.1 Tiyuguan Road, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100061, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Qianmen area of Beijing, is near Tiantan Park, Jingshan Park (Yingshan Gongyuan), Dashanzi Art District / 798 Art District, and New Silk Alley Market (Xiu Shui).
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    The Road to Beijing

    A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Apr 29, 2014

    9 photos

    ... is the root of all of my growth. I always felt grateful for the life I had, but I did become accustomed to it. It became too ordinary for me, and I felt like I was in a competition with myself every year to gain more stuff, more clothes, fancier dinners and bottles of wine. I knew I was lucky compared to my peers, but I am really starting to fully appreciate everything I had compared to the rest of the world. I knew that I was lucky before, but I feel now like I am truly ...

    The Great Wall of China and Chinese Acrobats

    A travel blog entry by mlhampton on Feb 20, 2014

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    ... chosen the Mutianyu section of the wall. I had heard good things from Katie yesterday and some others, and was excited to see the old unrestored section of the wall. In 2002 Mutianyu was acknowledged as an AAAA tourist resort as it showed the best part of the wall. The watchtowers and the passes were built on a very steep mountain - the northwest part called Ox Horn Edge is on a 1000m high mountain ridge and 2 other sections are built on the mountain ...

    Family Visits

    A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Oct 28, 2013

    11 photos

    ... to be Senior's Day. The chairlift on the way down provided for the best, unobtrusive views, as no one is jostling you for a spot of the view, and more details of the landscape are unveiled as you travel downwards.
    We also visited a temple right next to the park. The temple had one room in particular filled with buddhas in a line, shoulder to shoulder, all with different facial expressions and hand positions. It ...

    Hit the deck Asia! Here I come!

    A travel blog entry by ragazzo1977 on Nov 13, 2012

    5 photos

    ... My boyfriend then went for the snake skewer. I drew the line at snake. Our tour mates looked at us like we were nuts. In a way, we are for going here. We continued to walk through looking at whatever disgusting creatures they were selling as food. Everything from baby pigeons to bugs and creepy crawlers of all varieties. Ugh! Gross! Let's just say that's one experience I won't want to relive.
    The next morning we wake up ready to ...

    More on my Beijing School and residency

    A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Sep 21, 2012

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... some of China's major cities over the past decade. Like most, this is a private school, that was set up by the Red Cross Foundation and survives largely as a result of its fee paying student population. There are two sections of the school, both very distinct from one another. The more financially lucrative section is the International section, from K-12, comprising of students whose parents are willing to pay ...