Jiang Shan Yi Yuan Hotel

Address: Building 1, No.331 Xitieying, Youanmen Wai, Fengtai District, Beijing, 100069, China | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Beijing

A travel blog entry by 2drifters on Mar 30, 2015

5 photos

... from Mongolia into China (or vice versa) goes through this process.

It was 1am by the time the wheels got sorted, at which point the two Mongolian girls we were sharing a carriage with (being a little tipsy by this stage) decided they'd put on a bit of a karaoke performance for us as we tried to get to sleep. Gits.

The next morning we were greeted with spectacular scenery as the train weaved its way through the Chinese mountains toward Beijing. ...

Catching up

A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Jun 21, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

Today was a bit of sleep in day, and after a light breakfast of fruit from the hotel and milk that was in my suitcase, I went down to the gym.
After a shower, I met Pia at the shopping centre, and we went up to an Italian restaurant for lunch. Poor Pia's voice had gone due to the world cup Uruguay match. The conversation was therefore mostly signing from Pia's side and talking from mine.
It was really nice to ...

Day 6

A travel blog entry by abbeystravel on May 27, 2014

9 photos

... one area you are supposed to be able to say a prayer or message and it is supposed to echo across the world and to the heavens.   For lunch, we ate at Yoshinoya and I had a rice/chicken/radish dish.  My treat of the day was a soft serve ice cream I ordered from an adjoining Dairy Queen which really helped me cool down from the hot weather. Once our bellies were full again, we headed into the attached Pearl Market. ...

Life lessons

A travel blog entry by nixerflynn on Sep 12, 2013

3 comments, 67 photos

... Square to have an aul gander at the place. A bit surreal to actually be here.

We arrived at the top of the square at "Tianamen Tower" (or Gate of Heavenly Peace) which is the entrance to the Forbidden City. This served as the gatehouse to the Ming and Qing Dynasties and now bears a huge portrait of Chairman Mao on the entrance. Mao Tse-tung was the Chinese communist revolutionary who founded the People's Republic of China in ...

The Temple of Heaven and that train from hell.....

A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad on Dec 01, 2012

40 photos

... and utterly full, people and bags stacked to the brim. It was massively like the western films, when the music stops and everyone goes silent. For 12 very very long hours, seated in flat seats with vertical (90 degree) backs, we were stared at continuously and publicly mocked by the conductor (dressed as a 5 star General). He had the whole carriage laughing at our expense ...