Jinchi Mangshan Conference Center

Northeast Shisanling Road, Changping District, Beijing, 102200, China | Hotel
Prices starting from $61.00
 

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Day 5

A travel blog entry by abbeystravel

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We actually woke up early this morning, so Dana and I went to a small shop on campus an tried a pancake sandwich that had bacon and eggs and instead of bread it's pancake on the outside. In addition we got some orange juice from a joining store. The sandwich was really good and filling and the juice is my favorite beverage we've had yet.

Next, we had our first morning lecture we met at 8:30am in the lobby and began our walk ...

Tuesday

A travel blog entry by sarahemma

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... huge building, much like an English palace, but this City was made up of a lot of smaller buildings. Many of the buildings appear the same, and in fact are very alike. My favourite part was the gardens at the back. There were really pretty Pagodas and features scattered around and you just know that in non arctic conditions and minus the thousands of tourists it would have been so pretty to walk around and relax in!

At the back of the Palace, the North Exit, is Jingshan ...

Our Forbidden Day (and Night)

A travel blog entry by beely

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... seedy.


That night, we also bumped into Paul (the English one) at Kai – of course we would...where else would he be at that hour?? We waited outside for you for almost 2 hours before leaving! :

















I didn’t know it at the time, but that night was the death of ...

Beijing - the Great Wall and Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by fionacheng

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I will start off by saying that China is definitely not a backpackers destination. After becoming accustomed to wifi everywhere in hostels and restaurants in Vietnam, it's a struggle to get wifi in the hotel lobby if even at all. That's the excuse I'm going to use for my China blogs being so late! I flew into Beijing a day before I am meeting up with my tour group. I narrowly escaped my first rip off at the airport when a man at the taxi stand tried to tell me that my ...

The Ming Tombs

A travel blog entry by ricao

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... the history of Aomen and where it was, but I still had no clue what she was talking about. When I finally had my computer in front of me, I found out that Aomen is that Chinese name of Macau, which I definitely know of.

It was pretty hot out today, so everyone spent a good amount of time sitting down. Once we all searched Changling thoroughly, we moved on to the next tomb, which was named Dingling. It was a very short ...

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