Jianguo Garden Hotel

Address: No.17 Jianguomennei Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100005, China | 4 star hotel
 
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      Forbidden City Lets The Murrays In

      A travel blog entry by k1k2k3s1murray on Nov 06, 2011

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      ... in all it contains 9,999 rooms, and has outstanding antiques and glimpses of life in the past. Walking through the first few courtyards (we’re talking really big courtyards – one had six basketball courts set up in one part of it and you barely knew they were there), you got the feeling that yeah, this place takes up a lot of space but so what? And then you get to a point, after you’ve walked a couple ...

      So much to do, so little time

      A travel blog entry by ab10 on May 20, 2011

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      ... Mao portrait, stopped to take a few pictures, then quickly moved on after being yelled at.

      We then proceeded under the ground to the other side of the street into the famous Tiananmen Square. This was also not at all what I expected, though I’m not sure if I had expectations at all. We spend a little time walking around and seeing some of the statues and were told what the buildings were that surrounded the square, then moved ...

      Beijing, a city that needs no introduction

      A travel blog entry by nocamera on Apr 29, 2011

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      ... before the arch.

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      4) You can check train schedule at http://www.cnvol.com/train-5/en-1222.ht m, but you ...

      We'll All Have iPods On

      A travel blog entry by larlar1286 on Jan 31, 2011

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      ... lavish activity surrounding its emperors and courts.

      After the City, we walked to Tiananmen Square, which was impressive in its expanse and its coldness. The buildings that surround it are quintessential examples of Communist architecture, and red Chinese flags flew every few feet around the whole square.

      After Tiananmen square, we had a delicious lunch at a nearby dumpling place. It was the first time I'd had lamb dumplings, ...