Jingyuyuan Hotel

No.56 West Street, Dashila, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100051, China | Hotel

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A travel blog entry by clagolzo


... to just be themselves (I realise this statement probably sounds ridiculous given the politics of the two nations!) but in other ways it wasn't so nice. Like the spitting. I had also been warned about this in advance, and to be fair I'm not surprised people need to spit given they spend their lives inhaling smog, but at the same time there's really no need to make such a ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by scott.burgess07


First day of school! Took the first of several 45 minute journeys from Erlizhuang Beikou to the 'Global Exchange Centre' (and surrounding noodle bars) where I met my teacher - a 25-year-old Chinese woman called Linda Zhu. I was meant to be in a group class, but the one other student couldn't get a visa, so it's just me, meaning that the amount of weekly lessons are reduced from 30 to 15. After my first 'shower-in-a-bucket' experience, I was ...

God's plans

A travel blog entry by goaliciago


... for flight to Chicago. We are weary, sad, and yet, so blessed and honored to have been part of Don and Grace's incredible wedding week full of cultural celebration and diversity. We were here representing Mom, this blog was for her to feel a part of the event. She ended up being present in a much closer way. Thanks for the comments along the way, for sharing our trip. We'll post once more when we land in ...

Great Wall and the Summer Palace - Bye Bye Beijing

A travel blog entry by gdarmo


... hike to get all the way to the top. The steps from tower 19 to 23 nearly finished me off, and we ended up in cloud so we couldnt even take in the view, but the pics we did get are still pretty good.

An anglo-american high five celebrated our achievement. It was amazing to get to a part of the wall that was 'forbidden' and we went beyond tower 23 a little just to see how the well maintained tourist section was compared to the small path of rubble that lay beyond. ...

Bye Bye Beijing

A travel blog entry by eriklang


... tasted better than Tsing Tao to me.

Today, I went with my dinner mates for a breakfast of steamed dumplings, and then led them to the Forbidden City, where I’ve already been, but they wanted to see before they leave town. After saying our goodbyes, I left them under the giant picture of Mao and decided to check out Jingshan Park, a massive hill that was constructed using the dirt excavated to create the Forbidden ...


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