Taiyue Suites Hotel

Address: No.16 South Sanlitun Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100020, China | 3 star hotel
 
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    Dishonor on you, dishonor on your cow....!

    A travel blog entry by americangeisha on May 08, 2015

    ... I felt even more stupid as I realize the building that had neon electric screen bubbles all over it, which I had mistaken for a hospital, was actually the Olympic swimming pool.... But in we went and I got to see the enormity of the Beijing "Bird's Nest" Olympic stadium. I remember seeing it on TV, one of those things that you know exists somewhere in the world, but you never really expect to see it tangible and staring you in the face. I started to recall the amazing opening ...

    Our first real taste of China ...

    A travel blog entry by bogtrotter on Sep 16, 2014

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    ... discipline Two-wheelers constantly weave in and out The horn is liberally employed Pedestrian crossings are viewed as a kind of bluffing game, irrespective of the lights Anyway, it was fun, especially as the seatbelts in the Beca car actually worked, unlike those in the taxis we have taken so far. Derek reckons he horrifies Singaporean drivers when he drives there now, as some habits are hard not to pick up. An interesting spin on the news we get occasionally in the West about how ...

    More Yuans All Around

    A travel blog entry by karlyschledwitz on Jun 14, 2014

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    ... China’s modern “open-door” policy allowed international trade and development, which took off in the 1980s and 90s. This jump started an enormous amount of economic growth now being enjoyed by the blossoming middle class.

    American (and other global) companies see this population’s increasing income as a huge opportunity for a growing customer base. I don’t have time to ...

    The Climb of Our Lives

    A travel blog entry by nixerflynn on Sep 17, 2013

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    ... mountain along a winding metal slide (a little bit wider than a kids slide you'd have in a playground). The run is over 5,000 feet in length and drops 350ft in altitude. It was surprisingly quick for a tourist attraction and you're fully in control of the acceleration. Actually it was so good I convinced Nicola we should pay another €20 to go back up in the chairlift and have another go but the bloody thing was closed when we got to the top because it ...

    Beijing - the Emperor's home

    A travel blog entry by wiedmeyer2 on Apr 22, 2013

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    ... I found the old trees (mostly Pine and Cedar) fascinating. We even found a Gingko tree that is over a thousand year old and yet vibrant with new leaf. Chinese considers old tree like an old person showing tenacity and gumption in the face of aging. They both deserve admiration and respect.

    Tiananmen Square, as usual, were full of people. I caught "an international encounter" when a young Chinese boy found a western girl interesting and ran straight to ...