Orange Hotel (Beijing Jinsong Bridge East)

Address: No.34 Nongguang Dongli, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100021, China | Hotel
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    Our Second Wonder, and First Drama

    A travel blog entry by 1tripnicksimone on Jun 14, 2015

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    ... required did give us a nice excuse to stop and catch our breath!). This section is apparently the area that Mao would most often visit, and a statue sits on the lower part of the wall itself which reads "You are not a Man until you have climbed the Great Wall", attributed to Mao. We certainly had a thought in sympathy for the sentries at the top sections needed to trudge up their for watch hand over through the heat or the rain!After climbing the wall we ...

    The Negotiator Strikes Again!!

    A travel blog entry by louloubelle on Aug 18, 2014

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    It has been a interesting first day in Beijing! We decided to start exploring the area that we are in and discovered we are in shopping central. There are also lots of foreigners and families with children so we felt fairly safe walking around.

    We chose Yashow Clothing Market for our first shopping spree. We were NOT prepared for how aggressive the vendors were going to be!! This was ...

    Day 72: Super Train!

    A travel blog entry by ryan.lee on Jul 20, 2014

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    ... is MASSIVE! It is real well kept and has loads of stores + restaurants. We made our way to the metro to go to our hostel and luckily it was not as crowded as when we were taking public transit in Beijing.

    It looked like the storm clouds were settling in after exiting the metro, so we quickly made our way to the hostel. There was a bunch of snack shops selling yummy looking snacks on the way so ...

    The Great Wall of China

    A travel blog entry by brittneytran on Oct 22, 2013

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    ... wanted a much better barricade to protect his people from the Mongol invaders to the north. He wanted a strong wall 30 feet wide and 50 feet high. Qin used peasants, captured enemies, criminals, scholars, and anyone else who irritated him, and put them all to work building the Great Wall. Labourers were not paid for their work. It was slave labor. About 3000 people worked on ...

    Three Cheers For My Lungs!

    A travel blog entry by janagorski on Apr 25, 2013

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    ... you could not see further than a kilometer into the distance. I could taste it, it was so thick and heavy in the air. I get through it knowing that the lungs are a fantastic pair (or triplet, really) of self-cleaning organs which, given the chance back home, will do so.
    Previous travelers to China had warned me about the smoking. Spitting and smoking. The spitting has been barely noticeable since I had prepared myself for another Indian experience. ...