JW Marriott Hotel Beijing

Address: No.83A Jianguo Road, China Central Place, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100027, China | 5 star hotel
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        A travel blog entry by megangougeon on Jun 18, 2016

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        Feeling Kungfused

        A travel blog entry by megangougeon on Jun 16, 2016

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        It was time for BCD encounter #3: BCD Office Beijing. We were greeted with a big hug and an enthusiastic, “Welcome to the BCD Family!” by Sales Manager, Karen Dong. After a couple hours of talking business and touring the office, we were treated to a unique Chinese lunch. Karen took the girls and I exploring around the museum-like …

        The Rules of the Game

        A travel blog entry by megangougeon on Jun 14, 2016

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        Our second day of excursions began at 9 am as we headed for Tiananmen Square followed by The Temple of Heaven. When in Beijing, visiting Tiananmen Square is essential. Being at the square while learning the history of the 1989 massacre brought on many mixed emotions in all three of us. The tragic event that shaped China happened roughly 25 years …

        Summer Palace, Surprises and Birthdays

        A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Oct 30, 2015

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        ... so there were definitely a few times when it was a bit squishy squeezing past tour groups.
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        Tianamen Square and the Forbidden City

        A travel blog entry by redtilly on May 07, 2015

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        ... first room there was a big seated statue of Mao that we filed past and in the next room was his body lying in a crystal cabinet. He looked a bit plastic with a light shining on his face. The guards hurried everybody along and kept the crowd moving.

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