Jinbao Jingya Hotel

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

My Own Adventure

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... because of the constant motions of people.

Following the market, I walked around the block. When I got to the intersection, I walked the wrong way. I realized when I saw a Ford car dealership. Seeing that made me turned away and then I saw the orange building from earlier. As I was walking, I saw taxi drivers sleeping in their taxi cars.

I was about to go back on the subway until I saw a mall across from the station.

So, I walked across the street ...

China Day 2 - Giant Panda's!

A travel blog entry by lucys.adventure


After a lazy morning recovering from our long day before, we knew what was top of the things we wanted to do in Beijing! So after getting sorted in our tiny and basic but adequate room, (which was always majorly dark as only had individual lamps for each bed, no main light! ) - We headed out of the hostel to attempt to find Beijing Zoo. We had been told by our travel rep that communication regarding well known ...

Northern Capital, Beijing

A travel blog entry by colettels


... aspect of life, if you can buy a car, when you can drive your car and where your children can be educated etc. So many rules and so many that are not obeyed. No one wears a seat belt or a helmet on a bike or motor bike and people smoke in restaurants even though they are not permitted to. It's *************cile the uniforms and constant references to the Communist Party with rampant capitalism, where Louis Vuitton and Rolex are the aspirational symbols of the ...

Day 4 Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by lindb


... winter. We were lucky, the sun was shining and the was no fog or mist which often surrounds the wall. As I mentioned the first section of the wall is not too bad, you then hit the steep section, this is not just steep , it is like climbing a ladder up 100's of steps. We should have counted how many but there were just too many! We would climb about 20 -30 steps then take a rest.... It took a while to get to the top. The climb was worth the effort, ...

Feeling like another brick in the Great Wall

A travel blog entry by spoggle


... Meaning "People's" Square, it was built to accomodate 1 million people for national events uch as military parades and speeches and was meant to be a symbol of the physical greatness of the Communist Party of the 50's. It has a famous history, and all measures are taken by security to ensure it is a more famous as a tourist attraction than any repetition of the bloody 1989 pro-democracy demonstartions. In the massive square are two of the hugest screens you will ever set your ...


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