Red Stone House Hotel

Address: Badaling Developing District, Yanqing County, Badaying, Hebei, 102101, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Badaling Developing District, Yanqing County, Badaying.
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    Travel Blogs from Badaying

    Breach in Security

    A travel blog entry by scroggins on Sep 13, 2014

    21 photos

    ... We cautiously followed the wall around until we could go no further; a lake had swallowed part of the wall whole.

    We stayed in a very basic guest house that evening. While we were chomping on our fish dinner and entertaining ourselves with the rotating lazy susan table, another person ended up making themselves cosy in my mum’s bed. Much to her amusement, my mum had to choose another room for the night. In a restaurant the ...

    Touring China Day 3

    A travel blog entry by sukee on Mar 26, 2014

    Wed., 8:30 a.m. Getting used to the time difference, here! On our way to Tiananmen Square and Forbidden City this morning. A big section to bite off the apple of Beijing. Will see T. Gate which has Mao's portrait on it. We're looking forward to the sights, sounds and smells. Our guide Calvin, said, " Take all bricks of F. City and line them up, they'll make a line around the world once." ...

    Beijing Rich in Friendship

    A travel blog entry by smithandfriends on Jul 09, 2012

    2 photos

    For my daughter and I, we return to Beijing because it is rich in friends - all introduced to us by our oldest and dearest friend in China, Huizhong. Huizhong was born in Beijing, received her college education in the US and moved to our home town of Seattle because her husband was working on a graduate degree and teaching at the University of Washington. Some ten years ago, I wanted a Mandarin speaking nanny for my little daughter, recently adopted from China, and Huizhong ...

    A traffic jam, a thunderstorm and the Great Wall

    A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Jun 09, 2012

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... on their scooters pipping their horns tryng to drum up sales.
    After about 90 minutes the traffic strated moving in fits and starts - we were able to get from the outside lane to the hard shoulder (full of wagons as well) and gradually, after 2 hours managed to exit the traffic jam. We were told that it happens because too many wagons are trying to get down the expressway and through the toll at the end - but why we ...

    The Great Wall Battle II : Jinshanling vs Badaling

    A travel blog entry by lob123 on Dec 10, 2011

    34 photos

    ... 8230;only to have a random local tell we were in the wrong line and that we had to wait elsewhere…we got out of the line, and he said to wait at a spot that had no sign, no line, nothing to indicate that it was a bus stop….we started harassing him with questions, and he said the local bus took 3 hours to get to the wall, and that the bus that would pick us up would take 1 hour (but also cost 10 times the price)…figuring it was a scam, we did end ...