Oakwood Residence Beijing

Address: No. 8 Dongzhimenwai Xiejie, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100027, China | 5 star hotel
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      Day 8 Beijing and the Great Wall

      A travel blog entry by warrendichina on Sep 22, 2014

      7 photos

      ... we need so many herbal remedies as Warren is in a critical state and I have lots of women's problems !!! so much that it was going to cost $3790 aus dollars to fix us. We didn't buy any of it but some people sure did. Then to dinner which was a hotpot where you had a pot of boiling water and cooked various bits of verges and meats. It was lots of fun with lots of beer and laughs. It was a great ...


      A travel blog entry by minimalbruno on Aug 26, 2013

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... seastars, bugs in all
      kinds of sizes, intestins, snakes, mutton *****, and all kind of other
      unidentified edible objects. The only thing I tried were the chicken dumplings
      with a spicy sauce and some sesame seeds. (It has been 4hours since I ate it
      and i didn’t get sick yet, so I guess it’s ok!) .

      The market aint that big, only a few narrow streets, so after walking around
      for an hour I made it back to the subway station. On ...

      The last from China!

      A travel blog entry by ryallandelis on Feb 08, 2013

      4 comments, 27 photos

      ... custa apeans Y40 pois por 500 anos o preço era a sua cabeça!!!!!! Fascinante o palácio e saber um pouco da vida dos imperadores da Dinastia Ming e Qing. Também fomos a um parque que tem vista para a cidade proibida lindo lindo, mas o frio fez com que a nossa visita fosse rápida.

      Fizemos umas comprinhas (pequeninas) no mercado da Seda (Silk Market) que vale a pena contar a história. Acho que a China é o melhor lugar para pechinchar (não faço a minima ideia como se escreve ...

      Beijingers and their food

      A travel blog entry by goaliciago on Jan 29, 2013

      6 photos

      ... Duck. Google it if you want a mouth-watering description (can't get there myself right now but I trust you can :) The cooking process is quite elaborate. Taylor and Freda had a lengthy and animated conversation with the team of waitresses who were assembled around our table. Alicia, bless her heart, was very hungry and didn't quite understand why they left the table without asking her what she wanted to order. I reassured her that our friends ...

      China's Number Three

      A travel blog entry by planetlars on Jul 20, 2012

      ... but their constant re-adjustments of the deadline by which we should leave to get me to the airport continued to make me somewhat nervous. Finally we headed off in a rush, after another debacle over the billed amount. I said goodbye to Gao Shan, a good fellow. And the girls accompanied me to a subway station closer to airport where I could then get a taxi. The subway link to the Beijing Airport was now closed for the evening. I was starting to fret. The girls raced around in ...