Schengen International Hotel

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

Our first real taste of China ...

A travel blog entry by bogtrotter on Sep 16, 2014

32 photos

... from one planting theme and set of gardens to another. Willow poplar and fir trees very familiar as are acacias and roses but many others not so (see pics Margrit to identify). We met Mr Ll from Qingdao reading some plaques about the history of the park. A neat, suntanned man he was friendly and had lovely manners and good English, despite never having visited an English speaking country. He was in Beijing on business, selling Chinese manufactured clothing to customers in ...

Beautiful Grounds of Peking University

A travel blog entry by caroline63 on Apr 30, 2014

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... the subway 2 stops to Peking University. We walked around the lake for a couple of hours seeing the pagoda; the stone ship; stone bridges; qulin (mythical creatures) and steps with mural from the original Summer Palace. It was a beautiful campus and we had a lovely walk in the sunshine.

We went back to the ...

President in town

A travel blog entry by crazyadventure on Apr 09, 2014

... a couple of artists come up and ask us where we are from how we are etc and asked if we wanted to see their gallery etc we kind of worked out its a bit of a scam so be wary if you go to beijing as you would anywhere.

For lunch today we walked to food stalls cassie decided to try dumplings which apparently wered very nice however we got the pirce wrong and so were alot more expensive than we thought oh well ...

Jan's Birthday!!!

A travel blog entry by teamstoobie on Aug 03, 2013

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... obliged haha! The square itself was nothing more than an area really for remembrance, although I am sure many other Chinese see it as something entirely different. It is really hard to write about Tiannamen square because of the Chinese communist government, they sensor all information and only report their side of facts. So no one really knows what actually went on that day and why so many people died! Even Niko our tour ...

Pandering to Pandas

A travel blog entry by markbaker on Feb 07, 2013

2 comments, 4 photos

... jumping is just a cultural thing you need to get used to. The city has so much to see and do and the food was spectacular. Sure there are some things that China in general need to improve upon (in Beijing pollution is mental) but my experience ensures I will return to spend time exploring the rest of China As I continue my journey into south east Asia, if any of my readers have suggestions for future tests or challenges post dart playing pandas then I would hear them ...