Mandarin Oriental Beijing

Address: No.1 Xin Yuan Jia, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100020, China | 5 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Beijing bound

A travel blog entry by oldorchard on Sep 18, 2014

4 comments, 6 photos

... area and then hopefully a good night's sleep before a day tomorrow full of Beijing tourist sights. Tomorrow's blog should contain content a little more interesting anecdotes than today. Pleased to read in the newsletter that the Walkathon was a huge success. Tomorrow is footy day - AFL doesn't seem to rate very highly over here but we will all be checking up on the results. Isn't technology amazing! Enjoy your holidays and keep ...

My Plan For North Korea

A travel blog entry by chloecd on Jun 27, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... ship captured by the DPRK navy in 1968 and retained ever since as a trophy. Originally moored on the Taedong River but moved in 2013 to the site of the new War Museum. Dinner is in a local restaurant. OVERNIGHT: Yanggakdo Hotel, Pyongyang Tues 1st July AM: This morning after breakfast we will check out of our hotel and drive to the east coast of the country. After about 2 hrs we stop at Sinpyong Lake where there is a rest house with bathrooms and refreshments. We then continue ...

Duck devouring at Dadong

A travel blog entry by adrianpritchard on Jan 07, 2014

6 photos

... to be a torture rack, which seemed a
bit drastic simply because I wouldn’t order the sea cucumber.

I contemplated an escape but it was a long way down. Opposite I could just about see the little
street of stalls that sold me the snake meat skewer.

Another member of staff appeared, looking grim and carrying another identical ...

June 8-14

A travel blog entry by marklacey on Jun 08, 2013

... and farm equipment
you had a lot of farm workers in the fields…I see why they are allowed to
exceed the one child ...

China: Part I

A travel blog entry by globehunters on Sep 11, 2012

3 comments, 38 photos

... used to pushing and cutting and fighting through the crowds in order to get to one’s destination. The boys were very good at this. We saw several auto-pedestrian collisions where there were crowds gathered to watch the drama unfurl, but no ambulance and no one redirecting traffic. Busses were another challenge; everyone cut the line and pushed people aside, even our kids. On the sidewalks, there is no pedestrian or ...

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