Jinchi Mangshan Conference Center

Address: No.5 Mangshan Road, Northeast Shisanling Road, Changping District, Beijing, 102200, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Changping District area of Beijing.
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        Made it!

        A travel blog entry by rae1973 on Sep 03, 2015

        4 comments, 6 photos

        ... will be Peking Duck. When in Rome....... Turns out there are 9 of us on the trip, a mix of ages and all solo travellers apart from one couple. Everyone seems pretty normal so far, but ask me that again in a few days ...... Our tour guide Jenny seems to have a packed itinerary for us, apparently sleep is for wimps! Off to the Wall tomorrow so an early start but looking forward to it, though not so much the chairlift to get up to it! More on that to ...

        Forbidden City and Jingshan Park

        A travel blog entry by humberwright on Oct 02, 2014

        44 photos

        ... You have to go through scanning machines and metal detectors everywhere. We paid £12 to get into the Forbidden City. The place is massive. Didn't quite realise. We walked straight through the middle. The detail on the roofs is probably the best bit. The strangest thing that happened was as soon as we got in this young Chinese girl came up to us as asked for a photo. We thought she wanted us to take a photo of her and her fella but she didn't she wanted ...

        Preface - Independent explorations in Beijing

        A travel blog entry by wenzels on Sep 24, 2013

        41 photos

        ... the surrounding Hutons (old narrow streets) I went for a meal, which was a spicy chicken hotpot as my first introduction on this trip to authentic Chinese cuisine. The Hutons in this area are great for a stroll and not too touristy. I noticed that the smell of burning coal and the dirt from our past visit was no longer detectable. Of course this is due to the present (September) warmer climate compared to our winter visit. It also turns out that this is due to a ...

        Here to climb the wall

        A travel blog entry by lozsue2013 on Jun 01, 2013

        28 photos

        ... the rate you are asked to order, reason becomes a bit obvious later as they close around 10pm.

        It had to be the duck for me, half of the best Beijing can offer and Sue was in her experimental mood again opting for the beef fillets in black bean. The duck is carved by a chef next to your table so that you are left with only meat and the leg on a plate provided to you when he is finished, no chewing the carcass here? Sue's beef was very tender and cooked as directed, firmly. We ...

        A big huge wow!!!

        A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez on Feb 10, 2013

        3 comments, 18 photos

        ... into the distance. Then it got to midnight, wow wow wow…….. some of you know that Andy doesn’t say wow easily, and of all the incredible things we’ve done here, the Great Wall got a wow, until last night, the fireworks got a big wow too! It was one of those goose bump moments that you will never forget. We stood in the window with everyone, Andy & I squeezing each other’s hands, saying wow a lot!!! The only way ...