Renaissance Beijing Capital Hotel

No.61 Dongsanhuan Middle Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100022, China | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $163.00

Travel Blogs from Beijing

Lama Temple, Confucius Temple and Hutongs

A travel blog entry by caroline63


... Taiwan. I had ginger and sugar tea which was delicious. The lady was lovely and was getting us to copy some Chinese characters. We took some interesting photos of people in the Hutongs. I had the experience of using a toilet in the Hutong for the first time! It had been modernised and was clean. There are no doors on the entrance, or on any of the four stalls. There was a Western toilet, but it was just standing facing the main door onto the street! There was a young lady ...

The Wall.......

A travel blog entry by mtsc.hayes.14


... up for it 10 times over. Running and jumping and laughing his way along. I don't know where he got all the energy from. Arriving upon the restored and tourist part of the wall was obvious. The first thing I noticed was the noise. People going gabble, gabble, gabble. Mike thought the workmanship on the restored part of the wall was a but slap dash and the workers needed some lessons from the original builders. It was still an experience but soooo different from the ...

The Beijing Barge

A travel blog entry by nixerflynn


... Coke" or "Coke Cola". The other night we were in an authentic little Chinese restaurant called "Pizza Hut" and I made a scribble sign on the palm of my hand asking for the bill and the waiter brought us over a pen and a piece of paper - delighted with himself. So yeah, most of the time its an exchange of grunts and a game of charades between us and the waiters. Pretty funny at times though.

Beijing Zoo

On our third day we went to Beijing Zoo ...

Oh Travels

A travel blog entry by kristafreitag


... hill to the path to go to the wall, I had a bunch of 12 or 13 year old girls ask for my picture. As they were walking away, a Chinese lady started talking to me. I thought she was one of the girl's moms with how she was talking. I should have connected the dots, but I really just thought she was being friendly. However, after her following me for about 10 minutes, I realized that this was another haggler. She was walking with me so in return I would buy something from her. ...

Onto busy Beijing

A travel blog entry by simon.caryn


... checked in, had a lovely breakfast and wanted to crash straight away... But we knew these train tickets would be playing on our mind, and the sooner we try and get them the better. The hostel did do bookings for us, so tried to book them – turns out the really expensive ones the lady quoted me at the station were the first class sleepers. This train is the fast train, its like the bullet trains in Japan, hence the more ...

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