Schengen International Hotel

Address: No.5 Laiguangying West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100012, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

The Great Logic of Chinese

A travel blog entry by gitana13 on Jan 21, 2015

Through my studies these past several months of learning Mandarin, I am constantly fascinated by how logical and yet profound the language is. Below I'll show you several examples. 国 - guó - means land, kingdom and is often used in combination with other characters to mean certain countries. My Chinese teacher explained that the meaning behind the character is the box on the outside represents one's kingdom or country and inside the box (if the box ...

Day 15: Tienamen Square

A travel blog entry by kari_middendorf on Jun 19, 2014

... the significance of the architecture. Then for about three hours we explored the Forbidden City, which is considered the middle of Beijing since the city is laid out like a water ripple. Here there were even more people, so I tried to avoid the large crowds.
By this time we were all starving, so we made our way out of the Forbidden City and started walking around, looking for a place to eat. We saw a cluster of restaurants and Andy picked one, which was a great choice! The ...

Beijing - Temple of Heaven and Pearl Market

A travel blog entry by storylady7 on Jun 11, 2014

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Beijing - Temple of Heaven and Pearl Market G-Dad and I went tithe gym this morning. Grammy finally came to breakfast with us! At 9 o'clock, we left for the Tjemple of Heaven. The bus ride wasn't very long. So we arrived at 9:45ish. When we first got there, ethnic dancers swirled and twirled to the music of a communist band. We walked farther and saw some hacky sack type of games, sand balls with and without paddles. Jan a bought ...

Our View of China

A travel blog entry by beijingblitz on Oct 07, 2013

... a happy medium, I do believe, in the cotton pm 2.5 masks with a changeable filter. Not sure on the science, but we have found it to be the best option as opposed to zero protection. They can be purchased in China for roughly $8, provided the pollution isn't at an all-time high.
If you live in the areas of the world where the typical commute to work is an hour or more, live wherever you want to in the city. If you want to change that, ...


A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez on Apr 08, 2013

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... 8230;… Falling through the door at 7.30pm very weary! Andy took me straight out for a Chinese dinner & a much needed beer, ran me a bath back home, and put a DVD on to watch. Needless to say I fell asleep!!

Saturday we met a couple of friends in town for coffee & brunch, before heading to go karting, to try out a new track for Andy’s next Internations event. Again, I’ll leave the boys stuff for him to tell you about!

Sunday was ...