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

Day 14! Tour and Great Wall of China!

A travel blog entry by mvr-miriam on Feb 10, 2015

4 photos

... side, Mongolia on the other. Peter quizes us about our knowledge of the wall but we generally just let him tell us everything! The wall is steep...wouldnt want to be here when its snowing, the steps go up and downwards with dips and hills between. We're all happy to be wearing good shoes! We keep climbing and climbing, taking photos as we go up and just enjoying the view. Its a clear sunny day so we can see for kilometres. We've chosen a peak to climb to ...

Peking Ducks, Great Walls & Forbidden Cities

A travel blog entry by andi.in.china on Jul 25, 2014

5 comments, 29 photos

... so that he could become a
guide because most of the priority is given to guides who are Chinese,
not Tibetan.) But I digress.

Our guide was challenging here in Beijing and it didn’t help that our bus driver didn’t crack a smile. She wasn’t happy to hear that we didn’t want to go to a jade factory or
to rush through the Forbidden City today to get to a Silk Factory!
These are set-ups where they take you to see how ...

The Capital city of China

A travel blog entry by vadetotravel on Oct 30, 2013

5 photos

... have to horn and use light signals... All the time....After having survived the taxi ride the flight was smooth and I was given a place near the emergency exit :-) I found the airport express and metro station really easily and the metro is dirt cheap at 2RMB (€0,25)per ride over the complete network. The dragon king hostel was quite easy to be found in a Hutong a traditional Chinese backstreet and staff were very welcoming... There was ...

The great conspiracy at the Great Wall

A travel blog entry by dodging_cholera on Feb 24, 2013

4 photos

... visited area of The Great Wall: Jinshanling.

It was a turbulent journey involving 3 separate forms of public transport plus or minus an arduous walk. This was ominous considering that Beijing was currently experiencing Siberian-like temperatures and was steeped in snow.

The first leg of the journey involving the Beijing metro was relatively straightforward, however in a foolish error on our behalf we almost failed to find the bus station that was ...

Sittin' on the dock of the Beijing, wasting time

A travel blog entry by puddlejumpers on Sep 11, 2012

337 photos

... in, and sat down. This was definitely a locals-only kind of place… well-worn tables, beat-up stools, and loads of staring locals. Haha. The hostess/server dropped the menu, and it was *entirely* in Chinese. "Well, that dude's noodles look pretty good…", we thought. "And that guy just got something tasty-looking served on rice." So we pointed at each, self-served ourselves some beer from the fridge, and sat to wait.

The noodles were fat ...

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