Jinsha International Business Hotel

Address: No.12 Chaoshou Hutong, Xuanwumen Nei Main Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100031, China | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Being a Tourist

A travel blog entry by pandyana on Aug 27, 2014

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... out of control. Anything could happen. I can’t even text or use wifi. I’m just stuck and out of control.

So as you can see, genuine fear was dripping from my lips and onto the floor. I felt panicky. I was too afraid to go to sleep because I didn’t know if my stop was the last or if I’d have to wait for the station and get off before the train moved away again. I still don’t know. I reached destination A, managed ...

Great Wall and summer palace

A travel blog entry by dlz on Mar 06, 2014

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... we had to negotiate an array of market stalls, obviously we couldn't pass up the opportunity to negotiate a bargain. From the wall we headed to lunch where we tried Chinese vodka 82%, and then had a tour of a working copper factory. We then drove an hr to the Summer Palace where we had a guided tour of the buildings, lake and long corridor before ending up at the marble boat. We exited through ...

Why It Was The Best Day

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on Jul 07, 2013

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... through guard houses and along the ridge of the mountains. It really is amazing to be treading on such a piece of history, and truly a wonder.

Our old friend Julia has told us that, "You're not a man until you walk on the Great Wall," so we thought that one rite of passage was a great reason for another. After a couple of hours of walking around and picture-taking, we had a graduation ceremony for Maki and Rob. We had sneaked some graduation ...

Making our Rounds in Beijing

A travel blog entry by tveldstra on Nov 14, 2012

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... and I don't understand how. Sally and I tried it. The only one we got right was Tim and David (they’re Americans). I talked to one vendor from farther south in Hebei province (Beijing is located in Hebei). Although I never got a definite answer, I asked him how many languages he could speak. I counted up to three; Chinese, English, and Spanish. I had a short conversation with him in Spanish and found that he could speak it better than me! I laughed at the fact ...

Luoyang to Xi'an to Beijing

A travel blog entry by tbienek on Jul 07, 2012

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... to figure. I got the metro to the station here last night, easy enough, but the instructions to find the place ended with which exist to take out of the station! Only time, I've been a bit anxious as there weren't many people about, except for a scruffy looking character calling out to me when I went past an alley. That's when I approached this nice looking lady at a little shop. She spoke only a little English, but walked me to the door. I've worked out ...

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