Jianguo Garden Hotel

No.17 Jianguomennei Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100005, China | 4 star hotel
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Jianguo Garden Hotel Beijing

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    Jet Lag - Rich

    A travel blog entry by samappleton on Dec 20, 2012

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... the airline had no frills, the flight itself was very uneventful, no turbulence through the whole flight. Holly managed to get about 4 hours sleep spreading across her own, Sue's and my seat, I have to say I loved being kicked every 2 minutes. When we arrived we met our guide for the 3 days, Phoebe. During our journey to the hotel we learnt a couple interesting facts about Beijing. 1) the population of Beijing is 21,000,000 2) they have 7,000,000 cars in Beijing ...

    China in your Hand

    A travel blog entry by roamingredhead on Oct 08, 2011

    I always start a new journal on my adventures but never finish, how does Mr Palin ever do it?!
    Well here it goes ...

    Got up at 630am, long day ahead. After hanging around Heathrow for a couple of hours eyeing up the duty free I'm tempted to buy, I finally boarded for the 330pm flight to Munich except I didn't get moving til 4pm. ...

    The People

    A travel blog entry by tea_time007 on May 15, 2011

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... During her first few months there were many times when she wanted to throw her hands up and go back to the comforts of her native Italy. Her young wisdom took over, though, and she braved the challenge and created a rich life for herself. Now she has acquired legal experience in the country that is the world's engine of economic growth, on pace to become the largest economy on the globe within five years, according to the IMF.

    Lauren's friend is a good example ...

    10.20pm - Wall-E

    A travel blog entry by suzloua on Nov 05, 2010

    5 comments, 9 photos

    ... by the building of a new and greater wall. Two thousand years later, not much remains of the sections built during the Qin Dynasty. Instead, the majority of the wall as we know it today was built some fifteen hundred years later in 1449 by the Ming Dynasty, to keep out the Manchurian and Mongolian tribes to the north. Over time, the Mongolians were defeated and Chinese boundaries extended to include these lands, meaning the wall was no longer so fiercely ...