Kaide Hotel (Zhengda South Road)

Address: No.4 Zhengda South Road, Haidian District, Beijing, 100039, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Day 13! Arrival in Beijing

A travel blog entry by mvr-miriam on Feb 09, 2015

3 photos

... them all the next time she would be in Beijing, what a fantastic compliment! Pictures of the tattoo and the girls together and out we went, looking for the lads. Quick Costa coffee and hot chocolate while giving Cian and Des a call. Takes a while for Miriam's phone to ring, but we reach them eventually. They are at the shopping mall that we had been in earlier today. Metro it is. While walking to the subway station we have some made up tunes and some strange looks from ...

China I: Beijing - Pingyao

A travel blog entry by henryghevans on Apr 27, 2014

... from seeing Mao by a pointless military checkpoint. Eventually we got past and after frantically dropping off our stuff (no bags etc in the Maosoleum; excellent word I've just invented, doubt I'm the first though) we got in the giant queue to see Mao. I can report that he appears to still be dead. On leaving the Maosoleum one can buy tasteless trinkets; Mao medals, communist commemorative coins and other socialist souvenirs. At least it's what Mao would have wanted. We visited ...

Day 20 - The Birthday Boy is Excited

A travel blog entry by kazrobaus1 on Sep 20, 2013

19 photos

... van back to pick us up so we had to walk the 2.5 kms back to the car, only to find the fuel gauge was not working and Jong had run out of petrol. His mate arrived and proceeded to syphon fuel into a bucket, complete with lit fag in mouth, while we questioned the wisdom of remaining in the van during this process. After an hour delay, we headed off to lunch at a family restaurant in Jack's village before tackling the Ming Tombs.

The Ming Tombs are China's equivalent ...

Saying Goodbye to Korea

A travel blog entry by 2swiss on Aug 17, 2013

... where the light intensity oscillated between normal and dim. Everyone is committed to conserve food, energy and water. You could say that where people have little there is little pollution. In the countryside people were working in the fields, hanging around or walking. Kids were playing in the water. Very little motorized traffic was seen, mostly people used bicycles to transport goods. We got quite a number ...

A slight breeze

A travel blog entry by ctegtmeier on Dec 31, 2012

2 comments, 14 photos

... past couple of months trying to think of a very clever, witty, breathtaking line I would drop to woo her. What came out was more of a uttering stumble "eeEYyyy, alright..!" with an awkward hug type thing that didn’t really work because of what I am referencing as “the luggage barrier”. It was a little bit surreal as I took a look around at the small crowd of Chinese spectators dissecting this American PDA. Usually I would shy ...