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


A travel blog entry by torileecripps on Oct 09, 2014

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... rice always seemed to be the most appetising. Throughout the flight we were offered drinks and Maxi and I began to wish that we had taken more food onto the plane with us. We were able to mooch some lollies and lollipops off Will and Xavier, which satisfied us for a minimal amount of time. Looking back on this experience I think our hunger was attributable to our extreme boredom. We arrived in Shanghai at around 7:30pm in Chinese time. The ...

The wall and the last day!

A travel blog entry by chopsticks on Jul 24, 2014


... content curled up in the back of the bus thanking god for my golden raisins and coke light:) yes, I AM proud of myself for conquering my height fears again...CHEERS, JOE! Just like in life, some of the wall I walked alone and some I had a friend. On the way back, we visited Olympic Park and I sat for a while people watching. Again, I was in awe of all the layers of living tat surrounded me - it was almost a carnival like atmosphere; ...

A visit to the wall

A travel blog entry by c_josbeck on Jan 05, 2014

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... the art of drinking tea. All of this took place at Alice´s Tea House in the hutongs in the Xuan Wu district. We were presented a number of dishes wich all disappeared in our empty tummies.

Tomorrow we´ll have breakfast and then our company will break up. We will move on to our next stay in Beijing and have four days on our own before joining the next ...

The Transitory Nature of Writing in the Temple

A travel blog entry by solabusca on Jul 03, 2013

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... but a good Chinese garden must join mountain and river, so they built one.

Then, my dears, we moved on - exited the city, crossed the river that keeps the Emperor's home away from the city at large, and walked along the street. Here is where we had our first experience with the beggers of Beijing - people with deformities waiting for whatever coins can be tossed their way, still surrounded by the ubiquitous peddlars ...


A travel blog entry by fromthemill on Oct 18, 2012

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... easy in just one of the squares with room to spare. But with the actual layout of the palace. It's not like a European palace with one, two or three massive main buildings which could swallow the thousands of tourists without a problem. Here many of the buildings are small courtyard houses, not much bigger than the houses of the ordinary people who live in Beijings Hutongs. Because of that, most of the interesting building have one door in and one door out, plus you can't actually ...

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