Jingtai Hotel

Address: 65 Jingtai Xili, Yongdingmenwai, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100075, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

We are not tourists, we are travellers

A travel blog entry by sargamyagnik on Jun 17, 2015

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... had a chance to continue picking both of their brains through dinner at a Western Chinese restaurant.

At today's Beijing Education Forum hosted by ACTE, we got a chance to hear about technology as it applies to corporate travel in China. The stereotype in North America being that China is very advanced when it comes to technology, it was surprising to see that China is actually continually trying ...

Chinese Husband

A travel blog entry by gitana13 on Sep 20, 2014

... apartment building but he did. He was very friendly and just asked me the main questions like where are you from...but after asking me these questions, he just kept telling me how beautiful I was and kept getting closer and closer to me. I didn't really know what to do exactly since it was just him and I in the elevator for 11 floors but I just kept telling him thank you in Chinese. I think it was ...

...hi hi Beijing

A travel blog entry by aarondewitt on Jun 30, 2014

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... open on Mondays during the peak season, which of course starts tomorrow, July 1. Improvising, I walked along the palace most, then to Jingshan Park for a view of the city. The park was full of older people playing games and doing various exercise-things. Then I wandered through hutongs, the original and historical Beijing neighbourhoods of one story courtyard buildings. I made my way to Houhai Lake, Quinhai Lake, and Beihai ...

Day 1: Forbidden City and Summer Palace

A travel blog entry by hunxueer on Oct 15, 2013

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... 5.) Little kids are allowed to pee anywhere, including into the trash cans (or on the sidewalk of public areas). 6.) Some people don't close the stall doors; they just do their business for the world to see. And Mom, I forgot to close my bag all the way and dropped some of my stuff into the toilet, just like you said I would. I did not go in after it. ...

Baba Mama in Beijing

A travel blog entry by skirbyskirby on Feb 25, 2013

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... Year’s Eve, I heard a familiar voice singing “Oh! What a Lovely Jasmine Blossom!” in Chinese.

It was none other than Celine Dion, whose Chinese is surprisingly good, and guess which song she sang next!

People mountain, people sea

We only had a few days to explore Beijing, a city chock-full of the kinds of historical sites and national museums that my ...