BIT International Education Communication Center

Address: 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, Peking University (Beijing Da Xue), and Eight Great Temples (Badachu).
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Nearing the end

A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Aug 31, 2015

... Lunch was a buffet of lovely salads, Lamb chops, some Vietnamese cold spring rolls and great sandwiches. Wholesome and delicious Aussie food. I was very content watching the Crows demolish West Coast while drinking a lovely Knapstein Reisling. All in all a great afternoon. Frances, the Ambassador (she is originally from Adelaide and spoke highly of Minister Birmingham's team, aka, Melissa). greeted us in a pleasant way and was very diplomatic and warm in her ...

Last day with Andrew and tour begins

A travel blog entry by maureen58 on Apr 20, 2015

2 comments, 9 photos

This is our last day with Andrew so we left the hotel early and went in search of a more western breakfast. Again the subway was our form of travel but this time we struck peak experience you would not believe. The train would pull into the station and a crowd of people were gathered at each door with a strong resolve to enter the carriage. The problem was the carriage already appeared to be filled to capacity but remarkably all those travellers seemed ...

The mixed bag of Beijing

A travel blog entry by fonfe on Sep 07, 2014

8 photos

... that looked either incredibly tasty or outlandishly inedible. So it was that between us we ended up consuming, among other things, grasshoppers, squid and scorpions washed down with an orange drink that looked like some sort of bizarre laboratory experiment. For anyone wishing to give this a try themselves I would recommend the grasshoppers as they ended up tasting like hot and very salty french fries! All the while I couldn't help but feel that there were no locals sampling ...

Tour Day #1: Tianamen Square, Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by photohappy on Dec 16, 2013

9 comments, 11 photos

... type sauce. I liked this spicy crispy beef - it was super spicy but delicious. I also liked the lamb. And finally I was the taste tester on the Peking duck - they wrapped it in skins with sauce and vegetables - that was delicious but I only had one because I was entirely filled with protein by the time it came out.

We somehow got on the subject of Tess loving spicy food and one of the guides said immediately - she's ...

A step too far, a bug too many a flying Chinaman

A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on May 28, 2013

1 comment, 27 photos

You can't visit China without seeing the Great wall - unfortunately due to the low cloud and rain we didn't see it, which is just as well because if we had realised how many steps we had to climb to get to it (and once on it) we would have had second thoughts. After climbing steps for 40 minutes we hit the wall. It's big, it's long and it's made of brick and earth. We had imagined once we were on the wall the surface would be smooth and ...