Ping An Fu Hotel

Address: No.100 East Sishitiao, Ping'an Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100007, China | 3 star hotel
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      Day 4

      A travel blog entry by hmunchina on Mar 22, 2015

      The morning of the last day, I finished up my Draft Resolution paper. With high hopes of passing a resolution, we all went into committee excited for the last session but upset that the conference was already over. I've never been in a conference in which a resolution almost doesn’t pass however. In my committee because there were so many people, it was hard to get every single person to get the chance to speak. ...

      Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City

      A travel blog entry by torileecripps on Oct 10, 2014

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      ... walking out of Tiananmen Square we were in the Forbidden City. This place is a World Heritage Site, it is amazing to be able to tell people that I have visited it. The Forbidden City is an ancient treasure of China and in the past has been a home to many emperors. Jerry explained many thing about the architecture of this vast structure and the people who had lived there. The detail that the builders put in to the intricate design was astounding. The main colouration of ...

      Temple of Heaven

      A travel blog entry by jadekitts on May 27, 2014

      4 comments, 8 photos

      ... fun and cool to be a part of.
      After walking through the green areas, we finally got to the Temple of Heaven, which was so beautiful. The colors that ancient Chinese architecture uses is so bright and beautiful. I loved it. We got a lot of time to walk around and look at different parts of the grounds. The emperor would go through a series of places on his worship, and Wei walked us through the process. There is an area that the emperor would stand on and ...

      Into the masses

      A travel blog entry by tomstephtravel on Aug 28, 2013

      1 comment, 51 photos

      ... complex and area around it is massive and you can only imagine how busy it must have been during the Olympics. They would have had to clear a lot of land to build it and I'm pretty sure they built a subway line especially for the stadium and surrounding facilities. But heck it's China they can do whatever they hell want.

      So that's Beijing done, now it's time for the 13 hour over night train ride on hard seats to Xi'an...


      Church, Restaurants and Class

      A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Mar 11, 2013

      6 comments, 9 photos

      ... does not allow religion. It is only recently that Churches have been allowed to freely set up, so I was curious to see if it was popular or not. I was so surprised when I turned up to the huge building, with massive sign altering all to what it was. The church itself was so big, it was like a lecture theatre, with an enormous projector up the front of the speaker, and TV screens so that the people up the back could see. There was not an empty ...