Qing Lan Plaza Hotel

Address: No.24 Dongsi Shitiao, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100007, China | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Day 3

A travel blog entry by hmunchina on Mar 21, 2015

... lame because we didn't really know anyone and the dance basically consisted of a bunch of people dancing on stage while people took pictures from the audience. Vikash got asked to the dance, and then things became more interesting. We helped make it more fun, though, by turning the situation into a rave-like party. There were so many new faces that I didn’t get to see during the sessions or outside of committee that I had the chance to meet. It was a pretty great ...

Xian, the Terracotta Warriors and on to the Yangze

A travel blog entry by smadge on Oct 14, 2014

6 photos

... evening dumpling banquet and show feeling the need for a good night's sleep and so dinned on pot noodles and fruit. The former being a good deal better than those in the UK and only 50p Saturday 11th Up quite early the next morning for a public bus to the Terracotta Warriors. It is difficult to know how much information to give here because I am assuming that most readers will have seen the iconic pictures of these life size restored models arranged in ranks between mud ...

Beijing (The Great Wall, Ming Tombs, and Hutong)

A travel blog entry by jcruise on May 26, 2014

3 comments, 37 photos

... a tea house and sampled all the different types of tea before taking a Rickshaw (carriage on the back of an old bike) through the back streets. Residents of this area share communal bathrooms since houses are hundreds of years old. After exploring more of the city, we headed back to our hotel to rest up for the Great Wall the following morning. Our guide decided to take us to the Badaling section of the Great Wall. Located an hour north of Beijing, this ...

Temples, a big wall & the Revans big bday!

A travel blog entry by mrandmrsmexico on Aug 30, 2013

66 photos

... where the Emperors & family used to go on holiday).

Some of our favourite parts of the city were the alley ways (hutong) that wind their way through large blocks of low-rise traditional housing. Whilst the living conditions for the local inhabitants are questionable & wash/ toilet facilities appeared to be communal, and some of the buildings appear to be new but built to look old, these alleys have a certain charm about them. One street cutting ...

Blown away (nearly) in Beijing

A travel blog entry by jmfaulkenberry on Mar 09, 2013

9 photos

... to be ready for an invasion of hot tea. After tea, we went to view the Olympic Stadium. Many of the kids had asked about seeing it. However, if there was a low point of the day, this might have been it. The wind seemed to hit its peek at this time. Walking up close enough to take pictures was literally difficult. The saving grace was their did not seem to be as much sand and small particles around as during the visit to the Forbidden City. That said, the temperature had ...