Tianxun Hotel, Worker'S Daily

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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Summer Palace

A travel blog entry by rosamccullagh


Well, I am finishing this in Chicago. I wrote the first draft in Beijing! There are two Summer Palaces in the northwest of Beijing, the original one built by the emperor Kangxi in the early 18th century, and the one built by the emperor Quianlong on a site that has had summer pavilions since the 11th century. The one built by Kangxi was actually burnt to the ground in 1860 by the British and French troops during the Opium wars. Our guidebook said that it ...

Nog 1 dag voor vertrek

A travel blog entry by car2pekingparis


... and planning the route. After hearing from the Rally Doctors on how we are all going to stay healthy through the wilds of the Gobi Desert and then drive from one side of Mongolia to the other, and tips from the Rally Mechanics who sweep the route bolting back on the parts that fall off.
All we have been left to do is dine out at a banquet laid on for us, and take an
early night. For most of us, itís a 5.0am start ...

Day 15 - Beijing

A travel blog entry by marsha.amy


... dishes that we couldn’t possibly attempt to finish), we were taken to the Temple of Heaven. The Temple is a beautiful complex of buildings, and once again our guide was a mine of information about the purpose of the temple and the complex ceremonies performed there by the ancient Chinese Emperors.

We took a brief stroll through a pretty park, before going to a theatre to see a Kung Fu show. ...

There are 10 million bicycles in Beijing

A travel blog entry by ryan_and_vicks


... September

Up early we were off in a taxi with Ron and Roberts hotel written in Mandarin. Once we arrived at their hotel we all walked to the nearest subway station and it took all four of us some time to figure out how to get to where we needed to be. Fortunately Ron despite living in Australia for the majority of his life was actually born in Singapore and was able to display what he called "primary school mandarin" but what we would rather describe as ...

Faces of Beijing

A travel blog entry by guidesobecki

... period enjoying the season's tea and staring at
the appetizers trying to figure out what they were made of. I'm
honest. We sat there poking the food trying to determine if it was an
animal, vegetable, or mineral.
The show featured several top-level
performers ranging from singers to martial artists, all of whom were
working the crowd and showing incredible energy. The major headline
group was a Peking Opera performance of 'Farewell to my Concubine',
which ...


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