Orange Hotel (Beijing Jinsong Bridge East)

Address: No.34 Nongguang Dongli, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100021, China | Hotel
 
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      A travel blog entry by simon.wells on Sep 10, 2014

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      Next on our list was the Temple of Heaven!

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      ... and wondered into an off road to get lost. We ended not getting lost but actually closer to everyone's else. Then we decided to walked through uncharted with the entire group. After a few long minutes of "Deep Woods" We came to clearing and it turned out we weren’t anywhere near remotely lost. Just on a very dirty path. If I could have had to more time I would have actually just followed the regular road and saw what the happening ahead.

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      Around Beijing - The Great Wall and Ming Tombs

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      ... br> At noon we boarded our train, the Shangri-La Express a.k.a. Chinese Orient Express that would take us westward through China over the next 5 days. Altogether we had 10 passenger cars, each with 8 cabins, 2 toilets, 2 cabin attendants. We also had 2 staff cars (there seemed to be 100 staff on board!),

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      One week out

      A travel blog entry by leg5a on Jun 08, 2013

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      ... children of diplomats, nearly all of high school age, who get PAID to do menial work around the building. That really frustrated me at first, but it seems that once you're "in" in this field, you're in- and hopefully now I'm more in than out.

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      A travel blog entry by fromthemill on Oct 13, 2012

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      ... understood quite well!! Our first hostel is about a 20 minute walk to Tian'anmen Square so pretty central and we luxed ourselves up with a twin room and en suite which has been very nice after the shared dorms we have been staying in so far. You begin to appreciate very small things whilst travelling, I wouldn't exactly call our room luxury and the bathroom is somewhat basic (shower being just on the wall and you effectively wash over the bog), but it is nonetheless rather ...