Maitark Hotel

Address: No.6 Beisihuan North Road, Haidian District, Beijing, 100097, China | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    The Great Wall & Other Great Moments

    A travel blog entry by i.d.k. on Dec 04, 2014

    3 comments, 20 photos

    ... You can pay hundreds of dollars for a cell phone number with 6 and 8s in it. Our guide paid $450, 12 years ago for his cell phone number which has some 6s and 8s in it. If you want a cell phone number with lots of 4s - probably free he said! Ha! Strange things but interesting.

    So, we went to the Great Wall of China today!! It was awesome! Due to recent Siberian winds, we had blue skies, no fog, and a cold but sunny day to walk ...

    The end of the first stage

    A travel blog entry by jennydavies on Aug 24, 2014

    5 photos

    ... answers I've heard for the desert island game. Did I mention that Mr Bean is incredibly popular in China too? Very useful when I had to do a class on travel and checking into a hotel, a clip of Mr Beans holiday was a good way to start the lesson! :-) Mr Bean was helpful again when we had to do a cultural demonstration in front of the students, we decided to do a part on British films and ...

    Traveling and Day 1 in China

    A travel blog entry by nelkin on Apr 14, 2014

    12 photos

    ... s pathetic, I know. At lunch I tried grilled duck for the first time, and it was actually really good. Tough, but good. Dinner was a little harder for me to stomach. We had duck again, and it was even better than before. The rice and barbecued pork were also delicious. The hot and sour soup had an interesting taste to it. It wasn't bad or good, just different. I went out of my comfort zone and tried onion pancakes. I can't say I really care for onion or green pancakes, ...

    Monuments of Beijing

    A travel blog entry by 2swiss on Aug 20, 2013

    7 photos

    ... we had seen none in Pyongyang. Yet, Pyongyang cannot compete with Beijing's rich history dating back 1000 years. Old houses in small alleys, a grand buildings in the forbidden city, a multifaceted network of small enterprises, an efficient subway, avantgarde skyscrapers, shopping and food streets, thousands of people in the streets, electric vehicles buzzing by. We were fascinated by Trip Advisor's #1 restaurant Black Sesame ...

    We are Beij'ing!

    A travel blog entry by usupandaway on Jan 30, 2013

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... blowing over, so we headed for the train. Next one in two hours, so a shared taxi brought us back to Beijing and the Metro to the Hostel.

    But where ever you are in and around Beijing, some thing always follows you: "Chhrroagh .. Pffiit"
    The Chinese are huge fans of hocking up everything, dragging their slimes from the furthest toe up to their throat and spitting it anywhere and everywhere. They believe that it is a hygienic thing to do, more so ...