Taiyue Suites Hotel

Address: No.16 South Sanlitun Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100020, China | 3 star hotel
 
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      Climbing The Wall

      A travel blog entry by 2013 on Sep 27, 2014

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      ... to the tomb found buried 30 metres below the Earth's surface. Cleverly two heavy marble pillars were pulled to lean against the heavy marble entrance doors to prevent anyone opening after being sealed. We left the site through the arch way of the Soul Tower. These Emperors really did know how to choose burial sites with a view!!!! From each arch of the tower, beautiful panoramic views of the ...

      Trans Mongolian Experience

      A travel blog entry by kevdeeworldtour on May 05, 2014

      5 comments, 91 photos

      ... have got their dinner service with them. Feck knows how they managed to carry it.

      I think the 12 months travelling has minimised our kit and comforts but it’s great. We are downsizing everywhere we go. Dees looking amused as I write this.

      Its 12 o clock on day 1 and Dee has woke up.

      As Kev has said - the first night was an experience. On the top bunk and thought I would fall off ...

      China Day 2

      A travel blog entry by elle-jordyn on Feb 12, 2014

      3 comments

      ... stop for the day was to there oldest village! Which were extremely small house and clearly poverty stricken. But, Jessica then told us that the people of Beijing are now wanting to move back to this old village because of the culture and how close everyone was in the area. She then said that it was expensive to live in these areas, which really shocked me! It goes to show how important the Chinese culture of to them and how they don't want to loose sight of who they ...

      The Transitory Nature of Writing in the Temple

      A travel blog entry by solabusca on Jul 03, 2013

      86 photos

      ... br> stone mound from which the Emperors would beseech the Heavens; it was purported to have incredible acoustic properties, the better to allow the Emperor to be heard by the Heavens and by his subjects kneeling below. It took all that I had not to shout FUS RO DA.

      On our way out of the Temple, I saw an old man writing on the ground in Chinese, using only a sponge brush and water, his words fading away before he finished ...

      Viewing the Presidential Election from China

      A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Nov 13, 2012

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... of travel), so I'll hold off on the first-semester-reflection for now.

      Instead...some important news! Inner Mongolia and northeastern China received a lot of snow this past weekend, I'm glad my friends and I went to Inner Mongolia when we did; a week or two later and we would have had a desert full of snow! Also, Sun Yang, the first Chinese male swimmer to win an Olympic gold medal, dominated at the Asian championships and won gold in the 200 ...