Hangmeizhijia Service Apartment Hotel

Address: F2, Building B, Minhang Plaza, No.15 West Chang'an Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100031, China | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Tiananmen Square and The Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by cwscott on Aug 05, 2014

13 photos

... precise oriental fashion.

On reaching the northern end of the square we posed for a group photo in front of the giant portrait of Chairman Mao. We got one of us two with Lee as well, just for a giggle. After more queuing we got through the first of many gates to the Forbidden City itself. The architecture was impressive but the crowds and heat were oppressive. Especially as each time we stopped to listen to Lee a crowd of locals and ...

Tyler in Beijing

A travel blog entry by jimandbettina on Jan 14, 2014

36 photos

... I have documented last time). What was different is that across the lake Jim and Tyler spied people skating, or walking on the lake, or moving on the lake No, it must be just a hockey players' mirage or just craziness !

Jason led us closer and sure enough a few people were skating, but most were renting chairs. Yes metal chairs, low to the ground and with a couple of metal stakes to propel you across the ice ! Off you go to speed around or explore the frozen lake ...

The wonderful intern program in china with GAC

A travel blog entry by casperkranen on Oct 02, 2013

... of new stuff along the way. Thirdly, the other employees at my work were great people who really enriched my experience.I initially discovered GAC simply because they were one of the few overseas agencies to offer an internship program in ...

Tomb Raiders

A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Jun 22, 2013

59 photos

... were the gentle echoing of our footsteps. We even did an experiment to test the resonance of the tomb. I sang one long note in the middle of my range with vibrato. Then, we stopped and listened to how the sound carried, and it was really, really creepy. We could hear my voice echoing through the area for an eerily long time. The sound bounced off every wall and seemed to heighten in pitch as it slowly escaped into silence. I was ...

THE FLIP SIDE TO MY BEIJING EXPERIENCE.

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Oct 24, 2012

2 comments, 12 photos

... here. A metered cab usually red and yellow which are operated by a public company and there are 'black taxis' that are not regulated and charge inflated prices even when you're bartering. But taxis definitely treat foreigners differently. They will often drive past you preferring to pick up a Chinese passenger over a foreigner. The assumption is, foreigners are likely tourists who cannot speak the language. If one is in a more tourist centred part of the city, forget it. Even ...