Holiday Garden Hotel

Address: No.7 Hongmiao Caijiawan, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100025, China | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

The Forbidden City, Ancient Culture & Peking Duck!

A travel blog entry by rakeshapeksha on Jul 14, 2015

83 photos

... lion!), an owl themed restaurant, covers for your motorbike/cycle and a cat resturant (not to eat)!

Drum / Clock Tower
Before watches were invented, time was kept by the city, not by individuals. On the hour, every hour they would play drums off the top of the drum tower to let everyone know that an hour had passed. We walked up the steep staircase into the drum tower to listen to the specatuclr sound of ...

Day 2 - Chinese National Museum

A travel blog entry by jaq123 on May 07, 2015

... for the rest of the day. Once at the museum we only had time to visit the part relating to the 1949 Revolution as that took us several hours to view. We were joined by two lovely ladies from San Diego who were grateful to have our English speaking guide to explain the displays. This is a fascinating exhibition which filled me in on a lot of the pre-history of the Revolution. I enjoyed it a lot although I could see that dads eyes ...

Things Are Looking Up

A travel blog entry by 60daysinchina on Oct 22, 2014

9 comments, 21 photos

... of German tourists that had also stopped to watch the spectacle. They agreed and we watched together as the crane lifted the massive machine into the air only to see it tilt to the right and begin to swing towards the workers who were standing far to close to it. They managed to get out of the way but not without having been chuckled at by the Germans. I wanted to try and explain to them how to get it righted but I don’t speak Chinese and none ...

The Rest of Beijing

A travel blog entry by nomad143 on Nov 30, 2013

... observer know something was supposed to be there, but wasn't on display. One entire story was missing, and there were just four giant black rectangles painted on the wall in their stead.

This was our last day in Beijing, and we had originally planned to go to a cool restaurant Chris found. At the last minute, we decided instead to try and find a local brewery run by a few ex-pats. Chris checked the website, and assured me that even though ...

The bullet train and first night in Beijing

A travel blog entry by gibsonmg on Jul 09, 2013

... a porter to help and we watched as he impossibly stacked our bags as well as two other passenger's packages. The terminal at Beijing was one of the busiest and most stressful situations I've ever been in. Luckily Tina spotted us quickly and was able to call our drive to help us with the bags to the garage. Somehow, I think that the traffic in Beijing is worse than in Shanghai. This ...