Sanhe Hotel

Building 16 Huixinli,Huixin East Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Beijing

A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on May 08, 2014

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... tourists. We were heading to Badaling Wall, some 2000 years old, and largely tourist-free. On arrival we were given lunch at the gates before heading on to the wall itself. True to the word of the tour, there were very few people there other than a few restorers. It was amazing: the wall snaked its way across the hills, largely keeping to the ridge for the best views. Never that tall, it was nonetheless always too tall for a man to climb unaided. What was just as amazing was ...

Mongol Visa

A travel blog entry by dphilips on Sep 09, 2013

The day I had been waiting for. I felt ready and all prepped, as I had what I felt was the sufficient paperwork needed and I was off! Some a small bout of trouble locating but through the aid of a local I eventually got there. Only five people before me and I was nervous as hell. I suppose that's what a Chinese visa application does to you. Leaves you in trauma. I had heard from many that the Mongolian visa wasn't a difficult thing to get but I've always looked a gift horse in the mouth ...

Jet lagged and at work

A travel blog entry by nmaskus on Aug 19, 2013

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... went to my gym and the. For dinner at our favourite place - Miles Pizza. We had a full day of professional development today, I was exhausted by 9 am after waking up at 4 am. My Internet has lapsed and the wifi at the school is out so might be a while before I can return e-mails etc. All is good, the weather is surprisingly beautiful, very hot and a little sticky. But clear skies with clouds!!!! Enjoy the end of summer all ...

You thought you spoke Chinese? That's funny.

A travel blog entry by elisehuerta on Jun 19, 2012

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... here for anything. This is one of the best parts about being in China... I could afford to do basically whatever I want. If I had time, which I can't afford. I'm not kidding, my Chinese is the worse--wait, second worst; there's a guy from UNC with such a strong accent the teacher can't understand what he's saying--in the class. I'm not used to this because at U of M there are a ton of kids in my class who are terrible at speaking Chinese. I suppose ...

My 2nd Wonder of the World,the Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by lilmisadventure on May 22, 2012

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... tourist side. The non-tourist side is called the non-tourist side for a reason—it is HARD AS to walk up. One step size goes all the way up to my knee, so I literally have to lift my entire leg up to climb up these 100s of steps, while others are 1 cm high. It's hard to get a good rhythm. They are also crooked and falling apart, which makes part of this wall really quite dangerous if you aren't paying attention. And it was at least 80 degrees outside, with the sun beating ...

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