Jing Du Yuan Hotel

Address: No.8 Jianguomen South Main Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100022, China | 3 star hotel
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    We are in China!

    A travel blog entry by journeytojoshua on Apr 17, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    After one very long flight, we are happy to be in China! Josiah did amazing for his first flight ever. We are staying with a friend from Harmony House during these few days we have to be in Beijing. Then, we will fly to Inner Mongolia since that is Joshua's birth province. We have had such an amazing time in China thanks ...

    Day 3: Temple of Heaven and Lama Temple

    A travel blog entry by esabandal on May 26, 2013

    18 photos

    ... were praying so Sheryl and I were wary of offending anyone. Afterwards we walked through some hutongs in the area and found some very trendy/hipster boutiques and cafes. We're talking juggling stores, fixed gear bike stores, boutique candy etc. but it was neat! After an overpriced coffee at a trendy treehouse cafe, we headed home. We were worn out and eager for the next day's GREAT ...

    The value of Polyfilla

    A travel blog entry by wldchina on Apr 03, 2012

    4 comments, 1 photo

    ... of popcorn and so some of them did not really want their chinese supper.

    some lovely moments on the coach journeys were I found out about the lives and loves of Megan and Taylor C. and we have so many photos of kids sleeping in rather strange positions. Declan is winning with the `forehead against the front seat' position, followed by Taylor's 'thumb in mouth' approach.

    Tomorrow should beForbidden city, Kung Fu show and a rickshaw ride.

    Basically the Greatest Wall

    A travel blog entry by caseyk on Aug 19, 2011

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... are there with us, from young kids, 5 or so, to the much older of inscrutible age. Gypsies are stationed along the wall selling water and snacks and many are partaking. We got our wish for clear skies and sunshine and it is HOT. Pausing for a break in the coolness and shade of one of the watchtowers, I realize I've forgotten to put on sunscreen. Oops.

    The views are beyond breathtaking. If, after the hikes up the stairs, one were to have ...

    Beijing - Forbidden City day

    A travel blog entry by mazb10 on May 03, 2011

    28 photos

    ... officials were permitted to enter during the day but at night, apart from the royal family, the only ones allowed in were the tens of thousands of female servants, concubines & eunuchs.

    I wandered round the site for over 3 hours but one needs a whole day (at least) to see everything within the City. The most important building was the Hall of Supreme Harmony; it was a purely ceremonial building from which the Emperor ruled (well ...