Jinqiao International Apartment Hotel

Address: No.55 Guangqumen Beili, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100062, China | 4 star hotel
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      The Beijing Adventure Begins

      A travel blog entry by julstravelsasia on Sep 24, 2014

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      ... and the Hall of Preserving Harmony (Baohedian). These halls were where the emperors attended the grand ceremonies and conducted state affairs. The first hall waiting for you is the Hall of Supreme Harmony, the most important and largest structure in the Forbidden City. The emperors' Dragon Throne (Longyi) is in this hall. Behind the Hall of Supreme Harmony is the Hall of Central Harmony (Zhonghedian), the resting place of the emperor before presiding over ...

      Bowled over by Beijing

      A travel blog entry by littlebush on Sep 11, 2014

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      ... into the distance. This was hiking at it's best. A true travelling 'moment'. Getting a train from Beijing West train station is like boarding a plane. After queuing for 10 minutes you get your ticket checked and you enter the station, then queue for another 10 minutes for baggage security check, then through the masses of people you find your gate which eventually leads to your platform, where you join the Ryanair style rugby scrum for your final ticket check. But travelling ...

      The End of the Line

      A travel blog entry by johnlucas on Mar 13, 2014

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      ... to the bleak but very atmospheric Gobi Desert. It is mostly covered in brown scrub which presumably goes green in summer. From the train you see the occasional herd of antelope, cattle, horses and about every half hour a small settlement based around a mine. It took all day to reach the border crossing then five hours to get across and change the wheels, we have returned to the civilised world whose rails are 4ft 81/2 inches apart rather than the 5ft in Russia so the carriages were ...

      Beijing Day 2: We're Engaged!

      A travel blog entry by jeremyandchris on Jul 24, 2013

      ... it. Jeremy only knew about the lock with our names. Once we got to the top, I switched the lock, and then handed it to Jeremy for us to lock onto the wall. I mentioned that the lock looked different, and he glanced at it and handed it back to me. I had to tell him to read it again. When he processed what it said, he started to freak out a little. He said yes! Even though we won't do anything about it any ...

      Beijingers and their food

      A travel blog entry by goaliciago on Jan 29, 2013

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      ... sweet and moist! Wow! We are so thankful for Taylor and Freda coming to visit us and for taking time to introduce us to a Chinese delicacy. We enjoyed getting to know them better. Alicia keeps saying how friendly and kind the Chinese people are... Truly, the highlight of our trip has been the people we have met. Alicia, by the way, fell asleep at the table as the rest of us chatted and grazed. I'm kicking myself for not getting a photo of that rare pose. ...