Jinlong Jianguo Hot Spring Hotel

No.5 Jianguomen South Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100005, China | 4 star hotel
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    Beijing And Her Amazing Wall

    A travel blog entry by selenaolson on Aug 03, 2014

    7 photos

    ... a criminal just waiting for the thought police to swoop in and arrest me for keeping in contact with my friends while calling it stealing and sharing state secrets. So far so good though. It tanks out every ten minutes or so and is a pain to log on but I still get my fix and you still get inundated with my endless supply of photos and ramblings. Later that day we took a bicycle rickshaw to the Dong Hua Men night market. After a couple blocks in our cute little bicycle rickshaw ...

    Busy in Beijing

    A travel blog entry by senorita-tes on May 01, 2014

    1 comment, 62 photos

    ... that helps teach English to the children of migrant workers in the surrounding villages around ISB. The high school students at ISB teach the classes and it is fun to watch them plan and execute their lessons. It is also really great to watch how excited the local Chinese children are to be learning English.

    Depending on the day, Casey and I usually take either a 4:30 or a 6:00 p.m. bus from school to downtown Sanlitun, where we live in Beijing. ...


    A travel blog entry by raewynharris on May 24, 2013

    4 photos

    ... lining up to enter the Memorial Tomb of Chairman Mao. At one side of the square was a museum and facing it, the Congress building.after having our official group photo taken, we walked to the South entrance to the Forbidden City. There was a huge painting of Mao at the entrance. The buildings within this immense complex were all very much the same, constructed out of wood with elaborately painted designs on the upper walls and under the ...

    Another Brick In The Wall

    A travel blog entry by jameshardy88 on Sep 11, 2012

    1 comment, 249 photos

    ... back into town saved a lot of hassle although still took about 45 minutes, all on a single line making for easily the longest underground journey of my life. Collecting my Visa from the embassy involved me having to run to and from a bank as they hadn't told me that I had to pay for it there and bring a receipt rather than just pay on collection as I had done in Chiang Mai. Still at least they had granted me it, now I just had to worry about getting there. Having already ...

    Lama Temple and confusion in Confucius' Temple

    A travel blog entry by sergioleon on Sep 02, 2012

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... but much larger. Mariana Leon liked it more than the Forbidden City. There are three large halls, one with three Buddhas which represent the past, the present and the future. I wonder if Dickens visited this temple during Christmas and came up with a Christmas Carol here! In the second hall, there is a pretty big Buddha about 18 feet tall to which people pray and light incense. (Well they actually pray and light incense all around the temple!) The last hall ...