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

798 Art Zone

A travel blog entry by dirkbocken on Jun 14, 2015

88 photos

... the Germans' high but expensive quality standards for buildings and machines, which were called "over-engineering" by the Russians. Among such points of contention was the Germans' insistence, historical seismic data in hand, that the buildings be built to ...

Day 69: The Great Wall

A travel blog entry by ryan.lee on Jul 20, 2014

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... lunch! After we were all assembled, we passed out for the full 2 hour bus ride back into Beijing.

I slept some more when we got back to the hostel because we were going to go for dinner with Sandy again. We met up at a station that entered into a market-type street with lots of small snacks and shops. I tried some sort of smelly and gross tasting drink that old people in Beijing enjoy. Then I got rid of the taste with a yogurt-type dessert with red bean. Dinner was on a street ...

Day 5 - Beijing

A travel blog entry by callie-lucy on Apr 28, 2014

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... stall of fake mulberry handbags (without even glancing at it), the lady on the stall grabbed my arm and wouldn't let go until I firmly pulled away! After a brief look around we headed back to the hostel. We had dinner in the hostel - vegetable fried rice and dumplings to share, as we do for all of our meals - and ate with chopsticks effortlessly (well, almost). Then did another of our nightly strolls around the local streets and through two street markets. A relaxing end to a great ...

The Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by brittneytran on Oct 22, 2013

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... wanted a much better barricade to protect his people from the Mongol invaders to the north. He wanted a strong wall 30 feet wide and 50 feet high. Qin used peasants, captured enemies, criminals, scholars, and anyone else who irritated him, and put them all to work building the Great Wall. Labourers were not paid for their work. It was slave labor. About 3000 people worked on ...

Layover in Beijing

A travel blog entry by nicoleanderson on Apr 14, 2013

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... I would have been able to manage on my own, but it was comforting and easy to have the help of someone speaking the language.... he even taught me a few things. It was funny because we went out for a couple of drinks and ran in to some friends of his, three guys also from Africa but the West. So, as we were sitting there I realized the other guys were talking to each other in French, the one could not speak any English so spoke to my friend in Mandarin, and ...