Jingtai Hotel

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

Beijing, Tiananmen Square & The Great Wall

A travel blog entry by mcateers360 on Jul 26, 2015

64 photos

... Square, it was onto the Forbidden City. We never realised this is actually right behind Tiananmen Square and walk from one to the other. Tiananmen Square occupies and impressive 44 hectares but the Forbidden City is an amazing 72 hectares and is 700-800 years old. The architecture and the attention to detail is truly stunning. The name Forbidden City comes from the fact that the common people of the time were not allowed to enter the city and only the Emperor, ...

Xian, the Terracotta Warriors and on to the Yangze

A travel blog entry by smadge on Oct 14, 2014

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... wanted. Most people got off the boat in the morning to go up a smaller gorge in a smaller, though 100 person capacity boat. Again I am afraid we opted out. The weather was poor and the gorge is I expect beautiful but we have both been in a great many gorges in our time, one with vultures this year in Spain. We stepped ashore for an hour to inspect the very new town, the dam flooded the old one, but it was not particularly exciting. After lunch our guide gave us a ...

Beijing And Her Amazing Wall

A travel blog entry by selenaolson on Aug 03, 2014

7 photos

... was standing in front of me but I was spared from being dragged on stage by a girl who was sitting just behind me. I enjoyed every minute of their theatrics, tumbling, tight rope walking, unicycling, juggling, balancing, athleticism and twisting themselves into shapes that should not even be possible. It really was a great show and it is easy to understand why cirque recruits so many of these amazing folks for their productions. Had a ***** sleep and we had to be up at the crack ...

Old and New Summer Palaces

A travel blog entry by pandabearm on Nov 06, 2013

141 photos

A few of experiences in this post:

1. While waiting to meet my new friend Tom on the subway, I witnessed a woman pass out on the platform. Another Chinese girl called for help, and me, not being able to communicate with anyone and with the crowdedness of the area, stood to the side and watched. The first two pictures capture this woman as she lay on the ground while the rest of the world keeps on turning, literally. Although I wasn't sure if it was right to take a ...

Ne how!

A travel blog entry by sophie_ish on May 13, 2013

84 photos

... to Tiananmen square (the world’s largest public square), after first going through the usual Chinese security checks which involves putting your bags through an x-ray machine which probably isn’t even switched on whilst the staff chat away or are half asleep! Given the distances are huge in China, despite there being so many people, it didn’t feel too crowded. There were lots of police everywhere and probably more in plain clothes so we felt quite safe ...