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

Dishonor on you, dishonor on your cow....!

A travel blog entry by americangeisha on May 08, 2015

... see the old part of the wall, and our tour guide said many people didn't go that far, so we thought, "We're only here once, let's make it count!" Once we disembarked the cable car we were only a few steps and platforms away from stepping onto one of the most famous pieces of Asian history. We entered through a small set of steep stairs and a narrow archway, once you broke through that threshold you were on the wall and it just hits you. I've thrown around the word breathtaking ...

Day Three

A travel blog entry by spersephone on Dec 03, 2014

39 photos

Today was the day we were waiting for. We set the alarm for before 6am and got up. Today, I had six layers on top, four on bottom. I could barely move. Two pairs of gloves. I didn't put the two top layers on until we were leaving, but I was well wrapped. We went downstairs to the restaurant for a buffet breakfast, to stock up for the day ahead. We stuffed our faces with various kinds of yumminess. I decided, after having some fruit to finish mine off, to go ...

Day 292/297 - Silence on Tianamen Square / Silenci

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Jun 05, 2014

44 photos

... We also learned that Beijing became the capital of China under the Mongol invasion. Now we also know that China means “Middle Kingdom” in Chinese characters. Chinese culture is full of symbolism of colors, gestures, animals, characters, numbers and many other things. Watch out!







Apart from the palaces, we have walked a lot and experienced “street" life ...

Mid-Autumn Festival

A travel blog entry by rebecca-thomson on Oct 04, 2013

9 photos

So a couple of weeks ago China had its Mid-Autumn Festival celebration. Apparently this originated as a holiday for people to eat mooncakes and look at the moon. I've been afraid to try the mooncakes but I was actually able to see the moon! The moon is usually very hazy due to the pollution and seeing any stars is out of the question.

So we got a couple of days off of school and Chinese workers got a few days off, ...

Forbidden city

A travel blog entry by susiebird on Mar 25, 2013

2 comments, 7 photos

... you can think of. Watches (bought a couple), bags ( a couple of them too). Josh loved the bartering he wasn't keen to buy anything but when we got back he was the one who said when are we going back. He has plans to spend big. Went off to the night markets to eat. We plucked up courage to have silk worms on a stick. They were disgusting. Josh thought they were okay. Wall ...

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