Jinbao Jingya Hotel

Address: No.269 Chaoyangmen South Small Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100100, China | Hotel
 
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      Exit with a Crow Bar

      A travel blog entry by scroggins on Oct 10, 2014

      ... able to contract again. It was amazing that we got on the train in the first place and even more amazing that we got off. Others were not so fortunate.

      Our bus from Muxiyuan station departed at 3.15pm. When the time came, a man in a tracksuit collected all the passengers and walked us away from the station, past several disheveled buildings and into a building site. He left us in a warehouse that would have been empty had it not been for three ...

      Temple of heaven, forbidden city, great wall

      A travel blog entry by kathrynelliott on Apr 21, 2014

      4 comments

      ... see him get dressed in his costume of a King (before the unification of China, when there were many warring parties). We saw three short pieces. The first one did not have any singing in it (mercifully) - just dramatic music played, but was a story about two people fighting one another in the dark - full of theatrics and incredible gymnastic moves. Very stylized but quite fun. The second piece was a story about the goddess of fragrance distributing ...

      The Great Wall of China

      A travel blog entry by senorita-tes on Mar 05, 2014

      4 comments, 43 photos

      Well...I finally did it! I can now say that I have hiked The Great Wall of China. The Great Wall has always been something I have pictured in my head, but I never thought I would actually see it in person. Whenever I see these kinds of "sights" in person while traveling, I always get emotional. And I would have gotten emotional at the Wall, had I not been trying to catch my breath.

      I am so thankful for some great new friends that I have met ...

      China - Beijing

      A travel blog entry by kcullivan on Jun 20, 2013

      30 photos

      ... of amazing temples in Japan and there just wasn't that much to be in awe about except for the age of the buildings and their deep history. I was more in awe of the culture and how social and active people were...as well as their complete inability to understand pantomiming! Though I don't really like shopping, I actually enjoyed it much more than I thought I would once I broke the proverbial seal. I bought some pearl jewelry as gifts, a pair of the latest Nike free ...

      Beijing - Train Adventures

      A travel blog entry by ryness on Nov 26, 2012

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... the glass of the doors flashed by until they stopped in front of us. No one exited and two passengers from either line were forced into the opening like the officer was setting a mousetrap. She pushed them into position and as the door closed, quickly removed her hands expecting the people to spring out due to the force pushing back. We were next! Surely enough, not two minutes later another train equally packed approached. This, a reflection of the population of the city. Now ...