MU Hotel

Address: No.33 Juer Alley, Jiaodao Kou,South AvenueDongcheng District, Beijing, 100009, China | 1 star hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Beijing

      The Forbidden City

      A travel blog entry by richmiketrav on Sep 06, 2014

      14 photos

      ... of the emperor, empress, concubines and children. Built from 1406 to 1420, it now represents one of the largest collections of ancient Chinese buildings in the world, the best preserved imperial palace in China and the largest ancient palatial structure in the world. It covers an area of about 72 hectares with a total floor space of approximately 150,000 square metres consisting of 90 palaces and courtyards, 980 buildings and 8,704 rooms. ...

      Lessons to learn in China

      A travel blog entry by mhchina on Apr 10, 2014

      2 photos

      ... climbed a million stairs --just imagine that the place I ended up (picture) was waaaaay higher than the Empire State Building, which has 1,860 stairs-- my leg start to hurt and shake again.

      And yet, still, I would let every women on Earth skip me, and I would climb 100 Great Walls again if these are the prices to see all these miracles and beauties I never imagined before.

      Laura
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      Beijing - Temple of Heaven & Forbidden City

      A travel blog entry by wenzels on Sep 25, 2013

      35 photos

      ... on the distant outskirts of Beijing. We were humbled by the candour with which our host answered our questions and apparently it is quite normal for Chinese to discuss salaries and other private matters openly with strangers without any taboos.

      In contrast, there are still noticeable taboos in view to freedom of public speech throughout China. Examples are the many banned websites in the country: You won’t be able to access facebook, youtube, twitter, and ...

      One week out

      A travel blog entry by leg5a on Jun 08, 2013

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... I'm wishing I could row in a race, but I haven't heard of any events in Beijing. We have work off on Wednesday, though for most of China, the national holiday means no work from Monday through Wednesday. To make up for taking those days off, Chinese employees/students have to make up the time this weekend. I don't miss that aspect of Chinese grad school! Anyway, happy Dragon Boat Festival to all, I'll see if I can find some festivities to blog about!

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      Let the Adventures Begin!

      A travel blog entry by deborah.young on Oct 14, 2012

      3 comments, 21 photos

      After a 3hour delay leaving Auckland I have arrived in China! The delay meant I didn't have time to look around Shanghai airport at all, as I had to run to get to my connecting flight to Beijing.
      The trip to the Hotel from the airport was fun - lots of tooting, which no-one seemed to be concerned about, and a fairly liberal interpretation of road rules in general.

      On Sunday I had had a private tour of Beijing. I hadn't expected it to be ...

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