Schengen International Hotel

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

Tian'anmen Square

A travel blog entry by julians26 on Jun 20, 2014

8 photos

... the queue and pass through quite quickly.

The weather forecast had been for rain and we had a few spots as we were walking to the square. However, the skies cleared during the morning and it turned into a lovely sunny day.

We spent some time looking at the surrounding buildings, including the Great Hall of the People and Mao's mausoleum - a long queue quickly built up ...


A travel blog entry by sammy_moore on May 07, 2014

2 comments, 56 photos

... We picked up our rucksacks from the baggage carousel and headed to the taxi queue, surprisingly following signs that had English translations. A lady guided us towards a taxi, which turned out to be a large mini bus. All three of us saw the scam straight away and told them we didn't need such a big car, asking for a normal taxi instead. A man who spoke very good English, which also shocked us, piped up and offered us a taxi for 380 yuan (~ 38 pounds), to which ...

High in China

A travel blog entry by ruthbell64 on Nov 10, 2013

... cape and mask, and somehow managed to change his masks with a flick of his cape! Peking Duck was delicious, not so taken with sea cucumber, very grey and slimy with a rubbery texture. Be warned.
The restaurant was in a very vibrant area, not far from our hotel, with loads of bars around a lake, each bar hosting its own band, so lots of loud music and bright lights which were reflected in the lake....all very ...

Advice should always be taken!

A travel blog entry by fleep on Apr 27, 2013

3 photos

... turned out so good...

So I'm sitting on a train on my way to Beijing. Woo-Hoo! I ...

Week 1: Language Pledge, Biking, & Mountains

A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Sep 08, 2012

2 comments, 27 photos

... I consider the umbrella the more necessary item, as it will take up less room than the poncho and is more convenient if you are walking around. If you are riding a bike, use a poncho. The ponchos are usually large enough to cover anything you may be carrying, such as groceries or a backpack.

3. When crossing streets, travel in packs. The Chinese roads have cars, buses, bikes, trucks, and people all going somewhere and all at the same time. There ...