Jinbao Jingya Hotel

No.269 Chaoyangmen South Small Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100100, China | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    First day in Beijing

    A travel blog entry by heathero on May 24, 2014

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    ... and send the suitcase up the conveyor belt. Phew, thought we were going to spend the first day in Beijing buying Robert a Chinese wardrobe. Nina was waiting for us in the arrivals, greets us and takes us to up to the waiting mini bus. Takes about an hour to get to the hotel, Nina phones ahead to see if our room could be ready for us and it was. What a room, sitting room with three piece suite, bedroom, bathroom and a guest toilet. So after a shower ...

    Off Day

    A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Nov 18, 2013

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    ... lounge. Then I dashed to Chinese class. Before class started, Olivia said a statement about not knowing what was happening culturally in the US. That made me realized that I had no idea what was happening in Colorado. I had no idea if it was snowing there now.

    Colorado will always be home to me. However, I am beyond happy to be in Beijing now. I consider Beijing my home now. Sophomore year of college made me ...

    Tian'anmen Square, Forbidden City and Bullet Train

    A travel blog entry by vincethepince on Sep 30, 2013

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    ... out until they closed the store at 21:30 then stopped for some mango raspberry ice cream on the way back to the hotel. This morning we had more bread and Nutella for breakfast before meeting our local guide. We took the subway to the south end of Tian'anmen square where we spent around half an hour walking around. There isn't a whole lot to see in the square other than chairman Mao's moselium but it was closed on Mondays so we could ...

    The Most Valuable Chinese Commodity: Chinese Food

    A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Apr 09, 2013

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    ... undoubtedly, my favorite places thus far to catch a bite in Beijing. Believe me, there are many more—just step down one of the Beijing’s many hutongs, narrow streets and alleys that once lined traditional courtyard residences—but these next few are the most memorable.

    The char restaurant in Houhai

    Char, one of the simplest yet most delicious treats here. “Char” refers to food on a stick, and can consist of anything from bunches ...

    The first trip to Hongqiao

    A travel blog entry by ricao on Aug 09, 2012

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    These last few days, the schedule had less of an emphasis on cultural excursions and gave more time to students to search around Beijing on their own. This is mostly what the students wanted, so everyone was pretty happy. However, there were still classes and a test to still take care of. Today was the very last Chinese paper cutting class. Aside from maybe kung-fu, paper cutting is probably the easiest class. ...