Hainan Tower

Address: No.188 Anding Men Wai Street, Dongcheng District , Beijing, 100011, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

The Great Wall and Olympic Park

A travel blog entry by rae1973 on Sep 04, 2015

10 comments, 10 photos

... emotional. It's such an incredible structure, even with today's technology it would be a huge engineering feat but considering when it was built its just mind blowing. There are watchtowers every 100 metre so we set off to walk to the furthest one on this section. Within 5 minutes we were puffing and panting as that section is unbelievably steep. In places it literally was a crawl on your hands and feet job. Halfway up ...

Beijing - a city unlike any I've visited!

A travel blog entry by jojo-travels on May 24, 2015

2 comments, 13 photos

... a cable car which transports you up to the top, enabling people who are not so fit to walk on this ancient pathway!

Over 10 million people visit the Great Wall of China every year and it felt like there were about a million of them there today! It was a major scene! People walking up and people walking down. Very hot- so there were multitudes of umbrellas ready to poke you in the eyes if you turned the wrong way! There were old ...

Tammy and Cheryl Do China 2014 ~ Part 3: Beijing

A travel blog entry by chenli on Aug 14, 2014

16 photos

... a tour to the Great Wall. There were only five of us in our tour group: a young Italian couple, an older Australian gentleman, and Tammy and I. The tour ticket was cheaper than we imagined it would be, because it was an all day affair that took us on a couple different factory tours. We started the day with a tour of a jade factory - with an opportunity to shop of course. Then we went to visit a Ming Dynasty tomb. Apparently Chinese tourists don’t visit tombs, basically ...

Beijing - Temple of Heaven & Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by wenzels on Sep 25, 2013

35 photos

... buildings such as several gate buildings; the apparently fantastic (and free) national museum; the parliament building (the latter two facing each other and built 1969 for the 20 year anniversary of the People’s Republic in Soviet style); the Mao Mausoleum, where the embalmed body of the revered Chairman can be visited in the mornings while he turns in his grave in the afternoons as his successors didn’t respect his wish to be cremated. At the head of ...

Funny things students have said!

A travel blog entry by littledragon on Jun 15, 2013

5 photos

... and 1 was a customer (a girl called Candy). The were guidelines on what to say, so they had a loose script to follow. The idea being the customer would inquire about an item of clothing, decide if it was suitable or they wanted a different size and the shop would have it in stock. One of my students, Tiger, decided to go 'off piste' so to speak when being the shop attendant. Instead of accommodating the customer he said "Sorry we don't have a bigger size", which was ...