Beijing Jiang Su Plaza

Address: No.88 An Ding Men Wai Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100011 , China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Beijing Zoo

A travel blog entry by belbrown on Sep 10, 2014

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... This is a massive zoo. A little disappointing when comparing to Australia's amazing zoo. It did have Giant Pandas!!! So cute!!! Also had a snubbed nose monkey that did not like me and jumped into the glass trying to get to me- THANK GOODNESS FOR GLASS!!! I may have yelled a few swear words ha ha ha After the zoo we went to the hotel to refresh before meeting out ...

Day 18: Gallery Opening

A travel blog entry by kari_middendorf on Jun 22, 2014

... was Fergie’s “My Humps!” We were all laughing so hard, driving with the windows down, and having a dance party. The driver got into it too, grooving out. Sibat was yelling out the window at people, “Ni hao! Go home! Sisi!” We made it back to the hostel, got cleaned up and ready to go, then we decided to take another taxi downtown to some clubs. A lady, Rosa, who was Dutch, joined us. I guess the guys had been talking to her, but I ...

Day 2 - Art Scam - Mugged Off!

A travel blog entry by bakes31 on Sep 09, 2013

3 photos

... by the drum tower where people were doing some kind of formation dancing. I was tempted to join in but feared it may be seen as offensive and instead thought it better to observe from a roof top bar in which I ended up ordering a Belgian imported beer for 4 quid instead of the perfectly pleasant local produce for 1. I am starting to worry that the ...

The Temple of Heaven and Tian'amen Square

A travel blog entry by emgoodbrand on Apr 04, 2013

2 comments, 12 photos

... like the park early in the morning to practise Tai Chi, Yoga, sing, sit and chat and they all play this game a bit like keepy-uppy where they kick a massive shuttlecock between a circle of them. Some of the old guys were so good, they were literally doing handstands and kicking it around! They also do this random dance where they have a ball on a racket and they spin it about like nobody's business and do this mental dancing and never drop the ball, it's ...

My big adventure

A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Feb 28, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... his Chinese wide, Emily, and they met us at the uni to help us sort a few things out. Armed with a long to-do list, we walked with purpose throughout the morning, going from bank to bank to see who would accept Australian dollars to convert into yuan. I also was able to open my bank account, which took a long time, but only required a passport as identification for the account.
We went to a really nice Peking Duck restaurant for lunch, ...