Legendale Hotel Beijing

Address: No.90-92 Jinbao Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100005, China | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Wangfujing area of Beijing, is near Great Wall at Mutianyu, Big Bell Temple (Da Zhong Si), Central Radio and Television Tower (Zhongyang Dianshita), and Shin Kong Place.
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      Blue skies in Beijing

      A travel blog entry by goodner on Nov 13, 2014

      1 comment, 140 photos

      ... of the meals included fish heads, chicken feet, and duck flippers. Unlike my previous experiences, however, Andy ordered more "conservative" (i.e. Western friendly) Chinese dishes from several Chinese culinary cuisines including Cantonese, Fujian, Hunan, Jiangsu, Szechuan, and Zhejiang cuisines. Our meals consisted of fried rice, noodles, tofu, dumplings, and an abundance of vegetables including bok choy (Chinese cabbage), spinach, broccoli, bean sprouts, celery, ...

      4 day tour. Beijing.

      A travel blog entry by kels-and-oli on Jun 09, 2014

      19 photos

      ... and turning as far as the eye could see across the mountain landscape separating Mongolia and China, originally to keep Mongolians from stealing the harvest within China. In total the wall stretches around 6400km. Kelsey and I covered a distance of around 10k - good effort I say. We did have many giggles where I would say come on a little further and she would give me that face lol (she secretly wanted to go on). It was hot with little breeze so we treated ourselves to ...

      Beijing

      A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on Mar 23, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... Chairman Mao, which is entombed here in the square, but after seeing the huge queues (literally miles long) we opt against it. We enter the square and get the lowdown from Leah about the place – we quiz her re: the pro-democracy events that famously occurred here in 1989 (which is what most westerners think about when the name is mentioned) and we remain a little uncertain about the response. Not that we think Leah is towing the party line or anything like ...

      TOW the 18 RNB Slushie and the 50RNB Cocktail

      A travel blog entry by austrianone on Jul 28, 2013

      37 photos

      ... and Emma for a moment in the masses of people (and the blond hair was no definite sign anymore) which led to a slight panic, but I found them again, so yay J and then we walked into the imperial gardens which had their own style and class and were simply amazing. Soo pretty. The Chinese really look after their cultural heritages. There is soo much cleaning and gardening and security staff.

      We also came past a small fountain place and as all over ...

      Middle Kingdom

      A travel blog entry by lochlanjw on Dec 01, 2012

      6 photos

      ... walk-through metal detectors and bag x-ray machines. Police checkpoints can be found at fairly regular interviews along all the footpaths leading towards the square and the police stop locals for random ID checks using what seems to be a pretty sophisticated handheld ID scanner. There certainly won't be any more tanks blocked in this particular square! (although any local will tell you that no such thing ever ...