Jing Du Yuan Hotel

No.8 Jianguomen South Main Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100022, China | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    Pingyao Yesterday and Beijing Today

    A travel blog entry by carlabroad on May 21, 2014

    1 comment

    ... Tomorrow I'm going to the Temple of Heaven in the morning, followed by the National Museum once it gets too hot. Supposed to get to 99 degrees tomorrow. Yikes. Getting the Hua Shan photos uploaded was a completely nightmare. Having major internet problems. So I'll give Pingyao and Beijing photos a try tomorrow in the hopes that things will be better then. We'll see. But if you haven't yet, go look at the Hua Shan photos I just uploaded! There are a ton of them and they're ...

    Are you ready for some football!?

    A travel blog entry by alxs on Sep 09, 2012

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... City was slightly disappointing. I don't know if the name makes it sound more mysterious and ancient than it actually is, but it was constructed in the 1400's and was the primary residence of emperors until the last emperor around 1910. I believe they said the entire site was constructed in only a few years, which is pretty incredible when you look at the intricate carvings and design, but palatial it is not. The emperors ...

    Weekend trip to Shentangyu Scenic Area

    A travel blog entry by asianace206 on Mar 19, 2011

    30 photos

    ... pressed on and ended up at a Thai themed restaurant named Old Trout Bar & Restaurant/Lotus Thai Resort & Spa.

    As we entered the restaurant, we were greeted by stray dogs looking for a free meal. But they minded their manners and did not pester any of us. I was able to follow Douglas Chan into the back of the restaurant to fetch the fish we would be dining on. The restaurant had their own little hatchery, and we fished out ...

    Nǐ hǎo from Beijing

    A travel blog entry by ivorandkate on Oct 06, 2010

    4 comments, 34 photos

    ... dancing and Ivor played some games with the locals and got his first tai chi lesson. We then to the Summer Palace (which has an open but covered corridor that is 728 meters long, has 14000 paintings and was built so the Emperor could enjoy the view of the lake without getting burnt by the sun.)

    You guessed it - after the palace we were whisked away to a pearl and tea market (including a demonstration on ...

    My first experience in China

    A travel blog entry by chinasmack on Jul 29, 2009

    ... an 'authentic' shop face which all the buildings in the seemed to adopt, and it looked terrible. The only good thing about it was, I knew that I was very safe. I walked about 600m down the street and I knew I had gone too far, so I broke out the map and tried to make sense of what street I had to be going down, and all I knew was I had to turn right. Where was this right hand corner? To my surprise a bin man saw me looking at my map started shouting at me in Chinese and walked ...