Longzhong Hotel

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The Rest of Beijing

A travel blog entry by nomad143

... I had the most delicious burger i have yet to encounter in China. I would put it on par with a Portland Killer Burger, but I might be biased after several months of deprivation. Real beef, bacon, sauteed onion, onion rings, egg, tomato, lettuce, seeded mustard, barbeque sauce, and ketchup. I was in heaven. Chris, of course, had limited options, and ended up with basic fried rice. After that, we headed off to prepare for the day ahead. We were going to ...

Hometown Visitors - Beaconhills and Beaconsfield

A travel blog entry by amyfisher

This is a top pick!
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... to west gates 750 meters apart, and the north and south gates 950 meters apart. Each section you walk through, you think 'this one must be the last one', but it feels like it keeps going and going, finally reaching the Imperial garden at the back. I can't help but imagine what it was like back in the days where it was used as the Imperial Palace, and not filled with thousands of tourists. It would be able to hold ...

China - Beijing

A travel blog entry by kcullivan

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... Lama temple...), took the subway to the Pearl Market, meandered through the Temple of Heaven park, then got home in time to see an acrobatic show. The temples were all fine and a nice sightseeing activity in general. The architecture is the same all throughout and most buildings were empty except for various Buddhas or large detailed antique chairs. They also all had open outdoor spaces. Not to sound unappreciative, because I thoroughly enjoyed sightseeing, but I have ...

2 Week Study Trip: Tibet and Buddhism

A travel blog entry by michelleyeager

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"I would say Buddhism in China is close to me sometimes, but sometimes it also far away from me. The reason I say it close to me is people go to temples, some people they have really respectful faith in Buddhism, so they don't eat meat at all because Buddhism requires people not to eat meat. The reason I say it is far away from me is because people have less time and less attention to Buddhism in this modern society. China is developing fast, in this big ...

What can one do with 7 hours at an airport?

A travel blog entry by anne.bao

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... was grumbling. He had drunk water from a water fountain in the airport. Above the fountain there was a sign that read "potable water fit for drinking to international standards". Obviously there was something funky about the water because Mark made good use of the toilet whilst I (who didn't drink the Chinese tap water) was fine.

I did however accidentally press the emergency help alarm whilst in the toilet and a screaming siren sounded. ...

     

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