Jingyuyuan Hotel

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

A travel blog entry by amyfisher

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... take more time. The wall keeps going, far into the horizon (it lies 8,851km in total), and it is so impressive to think that such a construction feat was achieved so long ago. It took over 2000 years to construct, from the Warring States period in about 476BC to the Ming Dynasty which finished in 1644. The number of workers deaths occurred during the years of construction is estimated to be over one million.

The Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by mdvl500


... how it's just a big part of the world's history....and your standing on it! It was amazing! The views from the wall at any point, from any angle was gorgeous!

It kicked my ass walking up it and I probably only went a mile up out of the 13, 171 miles! It was cool cause when I reached one of the pausing points there was an old man that had brass plates the size of business cards and key chains saying "I have climbed the Great Wall of ...

There are 10 million bicycles in Beijing

A travel blog entry by ryan_and_vicks


... dirty enclosures. After watching them for five minutes we disappointedly walked off to see the bears. On route to the bears we passed many other awful looking smelly enclosures and upsettingly saw lots of local people banging on the bars and windows. Arriving at the bears was the final straw for both of us. The bears were in a concrete enclosure with absolutely nothing but each other and the concrete for company. The enclosure had a viewing deck above it meaning the ...

The Summer Palace

A travel blog entry by crusty


... to see why it was a favourite place for the Imperial family to get away. This place is DECADENT spanning over a massive 3 square kms filled with halls, temples, a man-made lake, bridges, and those cooling willows. The upkeep alone must have kept dozens, if not hundreds of palace servants employed.

For those interested, while Suzhou road is interesting for its architecture & beautiful ...


A travel blog entry by probeats


... Day 4 Me and Adam headed down to The Tiananmen Tower, the place where the empower would live. It was very big with many large buildings which had great architecture, though it was all a bit samey. We walked around the areas where the emperor would hold meetings, give speeches and the gardens where he'd flirt with his concubines, playa! After the tower we decided to grab a rickshaw each to Tiananmen Square, the guy said it would be 3 Each, they then took us a dodger ...


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