Jianguo Garden Hotel

Address: No.17 Jianguomennei Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100005, China | 4 star hotel
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    Beijingers and their food

    A travel blog entry by goaliciago on Jan 29, 2013

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    ... to miss seeing them. Then! Taylor sent an email suggesting that they meet us at our hotel, due to the air quality outside. Hooray!! We accepted their amazingly thoughtful offer. What a blessing! Alicia and I are still turned around in our sleep patterns so going out in the evening is challenging... Taylor to the rescue! :) So we dined at the very fancy hotel restaurant, called the Fat Duck, which is known for its rendition of Beijing's ...

    Tiberius Conquers the Scorpion

    A travel blog entry by wandertrust on May 28, 2011

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    ... attention, but he hardly ever even took a moment to respond. And when he did, he would generally find a way to direct the conversation back toward Jenn, completely excluding us. In a particular instance, I tried to ask him about his philosophy and views and such. He started answering me, but finished his answer towards Jenn, totally forgetting that it was I that had asked the question. HE was a nerdy, weasel type of character, not the kind of person I would hang with in the States. ...

    What IS that??

    A travel blog entry by corinneandsam on Dec 09, 2010

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    ... a small bomb had gone off. Yes, the Chinese are seriously messy! Everything thrown on the floor and the poor crew looked none too pleased - you could tell by the state of the plane seat who was sitting there - a polite, slightly anxious englishman/woman or some young trendy Chinese something. They also love to SPIT, which is unnerving and hilarious at the same time, cannot drive for toffee and also eat ...

    DIG DEEP ENOUGH, YOU WILL END UP IN CHINA

    A travel blog entry by garynbrown on Sep 19, 2007

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    ... yes, even more important than that!


    We went to the hotel’s sundry shop to buy a city map. We wanted to go for an exploratory walk, so we decided we would venture out to the Bell Tower and Drum Tower. These towers are six hundred year old structures built by the Ming Dynasty and weren’t far away. Since it was raining, Linda purchased two very compact travel umbrellas. Unfortunately, when unfolded the umbrellas were not quite ...