Hotel G Beijing

A7 Worker's Stadium, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100020, China | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

A walk in the clouds

A travel blog entry by bunnyette

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... made our way back to our guide Nancy who told us the toboggan ride was closed for the day but the ski lift would reopen once the thunder had passed. It was a windy & exciting ride down. We managed to make the most of our wall visit despite the weather. We were ready for lunch and a good one at that - green beans with Sichuan pepper, fried fish, eggplant in a black bean sauce, chicken with chestnuts - hit the ...

Beijing to Manila

A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah

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... You're not off the plane yet Goodbye to:- Streetside omelette vendors, things written in chinese, security checks, our coats, freezing smog, moving tube adverts, multi-patterened face masks, state sponsored flat fee mass transport, scorpions on sticks, big walls, national propaganda museums and squares made out of tiananmens I have now updated previous posts regarding the National Museum of China and uploaded the blog entry on perspective shots Checked through customs ...

The Motherland

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds

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... owners Cindy (6th generation Beijing-er) and Nick (her Greek husband) and fellow guests from Australia (including Elias' new buddy Kallum) eating the biggest pizza we've ever seen... along with Moon Cakes and Oreos. Our moon-shaped dinner was followed by a One Direction/Michael Jackson/Psy dancing and singing performance by Elias, Olivia and Kallum. They're almost ready for American Idol (or The Gong Show).

We also went on an obligatory visit to the ...

Great Wall!

A travel blog entry by txmegwilli

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... my ass down for a bit. Xiao Wei thought I was crazy.

Before we climbed the wall, we had a local lunch with family friends of Xiao Wei's that live at the wall. This was the best meal I've had in China. Hands down. Xiao Wei had brought the game Trouble for the little girl, and after we climbed the wall we came back and played with the family. I'm basically Anthony Bourdain in China.


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Shopping and eating

A travel blog entry by the_webbs

Hello again, so after my last post we have been out to do a spot of shopping. Living in Beijing there are many posh shopping centers. But if you want to spend a little less, there is allot of markets. One close to us is called yashow market. Its indoors so good if its raining, but it also has around 5 floors, so its actually very big. Here you can buy anything fake. When i say fake, you do have to question this because everything ...

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