Jianguo Garden Hotel

No.17 Jianguomennei Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100005, China | 4 star hotel
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    DAY TWO

    A travel blog entry by lucylamplight on Aug 16, 2011

    4 photos

    ... famous.
    To the top floor! We found the food mall and after looking through about 15 different stands we decided that we actually had no idea what any of it was and so just pointed to some slop that was placed into a jail tray.

    Some very suspect meat and about 1.40 later we had satisfied our hunger but mentally this had been a tough day.
    Then we decide a little retail therapy should ease the pain.
    This is where I'm gobsmacked by Cherilyn's ...

    Beijing by foot

    A travel blog entry by r.king on Apr 19, 2011

    2 comments, 35 photos

    ... the south end of the square, I was intrigued by the snake-like line of people that was quite extensive. This was the line to see General Mao. The wait is approximately 2 hours to view his body for mere seconds. Every morning the line begins around 7 a.m. and ends when the museum closes.

    We loaded the bus and continued to a pearl market. In China, it is very common to bargain when making a purchase. This is not common in government ...

    A weekend in Beijing

    A travel blog entry by jeroenandlinda on Oct 11, 2010

    18 photos

    ... giving birth to the son of emperor. A lot of the stories around the palaces focused on her live and her reign over the empire.




    We explored for a couple of hours in the forbidden city and we reached the south gate. For many the starting point, for us the exit. Here we climbed up the stairs of one of the gate buildings, from where we should have a great view of Tianamin square. We climbed up one too early, as there was still one more ...