BIT International Education Communication Center

No.66 North Third Ring West Road, Haidian District, Beijing, 100081, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 大钟寺 area of Beijing, is near Beihai Park (Beihai Gongyuan), Beijing Zoo, Eight Great Temples (Badachu), and Peking University (Beijing Da Xue).
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Beijing

A lot of walking, Tiananmem Square & Great Wall

A travel blog entry by olasalle on Aug 03, 2014

4 comments, 10 photos

... in sweat in 15 minutes. I have never sweated so much in my life. With my eyes burning from the sweat & the air pollution, I couldn’t see, it was the longest three miles I’ve ever walked. The streets are so wide and there is so much pedestrian & vehicular traffic that they have tunnels or bridges to cross the streets. The bridges are not a problem, but the tunnels are at some places combined with subway stations, so I ...

Coming back to Beijing

A travel blog entry by whsun808 on May 21, 2014

1 photo

At the train station at Jinan it was the smallest train station I had ever been to. They promised we would get some KFC but in the end we did not receive any. On the train ride back I did not have so much luck and was separated from my friends. I spent most of the trips with Steven, Tiger, Joanna, and Mindy around me in the front side and behind. At the Beijing ...

Beijing- 26.2 miles of great wall & bitter-control

A travel blog entry by adrian.hosler on May 25, 2013

81 photos

... 8230;and passing LOADS of people I made my way across the finish line feeling pretty damn good! I COULD NOT BELIEVE 4 HOURS AND 47 MINUTES IT WAS OVER! I FINISHED MY MARATHON! I CONQUORED THE GREAT WALL! …and I did it in a pretty decent time at that J I even got a very impressive congratulations by the ceremony people for making a great time in wave 4!

In the end I finished 19 over all for women (out of about 270ish), 112 overall (about 778ish) and 6 out of 60 for ...

Weeks 2 & 3: Part Two

A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Sep 20, 2012

39 photos

... as the came in waves. First were the 12 professional athletes, then the Chinese National Team, and after that waves organized by age and gender. After all the athletes had gone, it was off to the transition area. The pros had a separate transition area from the rest of the competitors, and it was a real treat to see these athletes in action--they were ripped! Seeing the other athletes was interesting, too. It was certainly more action than I had ...

There are 10 million bicycles in Beijing

A travel blog entry by ryan_and_vicks on Sep 14, 2012

104 photos

... concierge and then a bit of an argument erupted between the two. Eventually in another taxi we were finally on our way to Tiananmen Square. The weather was amazing with clear blue skies and whilst wandering around we saw lots of cleaners on little carts stopping to pick up the tiniest bits of rubbish from the floor or scrape the cracks between the floor tiles removing any dirt what so ever. The place was absolutely spotless. Several soldiers were frog marching around ...