Qinghai Tower

No.6 Beiyin Hutong, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100031, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Some of the Finer Things of Beijing Life.

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer


... broadness. I have eaten excellent German, Italian, French and American food here and have sampled a minuscule amount. There is also great Chinese food to be found that is both local and western, and food from China's Asian neighbors, such as Thailand and Vietnam. I live opposite one of the city's biggest shopping malls, known as Joy Citu, which has proven to be a safe and cool haven from the heat or a warm delight from the wintry cold. ...

Travel management in China

A travel blog entry by atw80-wre


... visas for work, new regulations come into act. Penalties for overstays and illegal work will be a lot more fierce – fines for employers will double (50.000 RMB to 100.000 RMB) and quadrupled (5.000 to 20.000 RMB) for employees. Moreover, there will be more investigation power given to the Chinese government. There will be five new types of visa, which is a benefit; however, it needs a clear understanding of the fine nuances of each. ...

Tiananmen Sq and the Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by mrandmrstopp


... of some reason which couldn't be translated. I met a cleaner in our room who had opened a drawer in the table and started tapping on a bare space to say that something was missing. I had no idea what she was talking about, but soon she gave up and sent me back to recepetion, where Erin had been given our deposit back.
We left our bags there, and made our way out the door.

After 20 minutes of walking we made it to Tiananmen Square. The crowds and the heat had ...

Houhai, Great Wall, & Other Various Adventures

A travel blog entry by elisehuerta


... it's in the middle of mountains. You have to climb it on these steep staircases. It's exhausting but worth it; when you get to a high point the view is unbelievable. One of my Chinese friends explained a Chinese saying to me that's something like "when you reach the top of a mountain, the hills look smaller." Of course this is metaphorical, but it's also true literally. It was so strange to look down on other mountains and see the Great Wall snaking through them, and looking into ...

Loving China!

A travel blog entry by al_and_dave


... the Belgian) and has been a wonderful guide and generally top guy! We've been taken to dinner, visited every member of the family, guided to some of the best Beijing sites (The Forbidden city, Tianánmen Square, pandas at the zoo...) and spent two days teaching English to children at a local school - holy moly, these kids are smart!! 6 to 9 year olds with already awesome English and better maths than I've ever had - wow! And well behaved and eager to learn too - a ...


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