New World Hotel Jing Guang(Opening in 2013)
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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... our Trans-Mongolian train journey and as we passed in between the limestone mountains, trying to get our first glimpse of the Great Wall, we were really excited about setting foot in Beijing. China wasn't a place we'd originally planned to spend much time, but after some reading and research it's looking like we'll easily be making the most of our 30 day visa.
... tour has arrangements with these places for kickbacks. Looking forward to some real things to do. At last we are on our way to the Great Wall. Leonie and I determined to walk as far as we could go. The stairs were very steep and uneven. I struggled up to the first and second towers but after that was ok. We were the only two who made it all the way from the group. It took an hour to go up and thirty minutes to ...
... a huge contrast to the ancient section. While the ancient section was a typical collection of artifacts and objective history the modern section was pure propaganda and full of recent paintings portraying historical moments of the CPC. It was still an interesting section and we definitely got our learn on but some of the notes and audio files was pure rhetoric to promote the CPC. This isn't to say they just made up events, they're not ...
... drive around here, no one should be given free reign with a boat. We only had a small amount of time there, so we walked to the island where the emperor’s children would have class. We could see the temple on the hill, and a little of the houses where people would sleep. Even though it was a short ride from the center of the city, it was considerably cooler.
For dinner that night we had Beijing Duck. I didn’t really want to ...
... further down in the airport. We had to wait for another hour or so for stragglers from my fight and from one immediately following it. Once we had gotten everyone, we boarded a bus and started off to Beijing.
We traveled down a brand new four lane highway that looked identical (if not in better shape) to modern US highways. What struck me about the highway -- and the airport -- was that all the signs had both Chinese and English on them. And not even just the ...
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