Marco Polo Parkside Beijing

Address: No.78 Anli Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100101, China | 4 star hotel
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      Our first real taste of China ...

      A travel blog entry by bogtrotter on Sep 16, 2014

      32 photos

      ... tea, then guiltily a cappuccino, which was quite good. We met Nicky, sharing a table, from Guangzhou spending 5 days in Beijing for the first time accompanying her Danish husband on a business trip. Her parents were babysitting her young son. Nicky had spent two years working in Shanghai but was glad to get back to Guangzhou. She found the Shanghai people very competitive, pushy and grasping. She admitted, a little wryly, to using an automated forbidden city guide in Cantonese, as ...

      First day in Beijing

      A travel blog entry by hallenmont on Mar 27, 2014

      4 comments, 4 photos

      ... as we are going to see Tian'anmen Square, The Forbidden City, the Summer Palace and sights in between, then have Peking Duck for dinner.

      The photos were taken as we left the Beijing Airport, currently the largest airport in the world. This airport was designed by an Englishman and looks like a dragon from above. The Turtle Shell is a train station and transports passengers to and from Beijing on express ...

      Beijing & the Forbidden City.

      A travel blog entry by minimalbruno on Aug 27, 2013

      11 photos

      ... towards the railway station...
      It was really gigantic and chinese writings everywhere!! I searched my
      way up to the ticket counter and tried to explain to one of the female security
      peopleofficers I wanted to buy a train ticket for Datong. Even with my little
      dictionary and my guidebook she didn’t really have a clue... I did my best for
      15min... quite frustrating though!!! Then she grabbed some lady by the arm –
      who didn’t ...

      Annoying things about China!!!

      A travel blog entry by littledragon on Jan 14, 2013

      3 comments, 11 photos

      ... We think if you don't push it as much as possible at all times, your car will explode and you'll develop aids. Best example I ever saw of this is a huge tailback, gridlocked at the junction (no yellow boxes to prevent that here) no one can move in any direction. Really far back a man gets out his car looks all the way down the road then just puts his hand on the horn and doesn't let it off. I'm really wasn't sure what was going through his mind at the point but I believe ...

      Bell and Drum Tower - Cantonese - Glamour Shots

      A travel blog entry by specialk35 on Oct 31, 2011

      1 comment, 27 photos

      ... dining. We decided to eat at a modern Cantonese restaurant with an Italian name (we don’t know the story on that). Cantonese is believed by many to have the finest Chinese food. It’s a perfect balance of subtle and refined flavors. The natural flavors of the foods are the primary colors and the sauces and seasonings bring out these flavors perfectly.

      Bellagio ...