Xia Du Conference Center

Address: No.22 Hunan West Road, Badaying, Hebei, 102100, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Outskirt area of Badaying.
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Travel Blogs from Badaying

Day 5 - Waiting for Lee, Many Courtyards

A travel blog entry by meraz on Jul 30, 2014

22 photos

... was exposed to the blazing sun. Fortunately, it was only 30 deg or so today. I was surprised at how openly Lee talked about the crushed student's uprising in 1989, although I was politely careful about my questions. I also noticed how Mrs Wang ( our driver) chewed off the ear of a policeman as he checked her government issue bus drivers certificate: (via YF) "Why don't you stop the black ( illegal ) cars? I pay all this money for all ...

Day 25 - For everything else, there's MasterCard

A travel blog entry by reece83 on Feb 08, 2013

24 photos

... gave us a quick run down on the two paths and their respective terrains. You could either go left or right. The left option was about a 3.5 km walk to the end and then obviously the return trip back, so 7 Km's in total. The right option was only a 3 km round trip. Both had similar terrain, and he said there will be ups and down on both tracks (more ups than downs if you ask me), so we had to make sure we were fit enough to go in the direction ...

A traffic jam, a thunderstorm and the Great Wall

A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Jun 09, 2012

1 comment, 28 photos

... up as too windy and gusty all of a sudden. Got up to the first sheltered area and found lot sof other tourists sheltering there - the rain was lashin git down - could see tourists in t-shirts etc stranded high up on the wall caught out in the storm.Walked up the non-popular side of the wall - extremely steep and tall steps - again Eion tells me he has a photo of me on hands and knees almost climbing up them - again with ...

Journey to The Great Wall

A travel blog entry by kayleighr on Feb 14, 2012

... up and decided the extra hour on my day is worth it just to get there!

Getting off the bus I am aware that I need to take another bus to the actual wall as the first only takes me to the town outside, as she had to get off a few stops before me the Chinese English woman found someone in my bus who was getting on the second bus I needed and arranged with her to guide me to the bus stand!

We got off the bus and made it to thd final ...

The Great Wall

A travel blog entry by gigivu on Nov 23, 2011

21 photos

... couple of rings around the city, like loops, with many intersecting streets. Everything was laid out in almost a grid I think, but for some reason it made no sense. Several times, I swear we passed the same building twice or even three times, but each time from a different perspective. It felt like we were literally going in circles. To English speakers, all the street names in pinyin look the same. Some street signs only have Chinese characters. I definitely ...