Beijing Tibet Hotel

No.118 Beisihuan Donglu, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Olympic CBD area of Beijing, is near Old Summer Palace (Yuanmingyuan), Great Hall of the People (Renmin Dahuitang), Ancient Observatory (Guguanxiangtai), and Lotus Lane.
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Christine (Ting)

A travel blog entry by richmiketrav on Sep 09, 2014

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... for him to be fostered out to avoid suspicion. A year or so later they arranged for him to be returned, only for him to be scared and terrified of his 'new' family and crying for his familiar foster parents. Not wishing to risk the authorities finding him, he was sent to boarding school where he remained until he graduated and went on to have his own wife and family. Sadly, he is understandably rather estranged from his family and you can only imagine the ...

China Day 3

A travel blog entry by laurenann31 on Jul 15, 2014

... our tour guide used to describe her English skills. We also saw a sign for a business that said, "Massage by Blind Expert." What? How does that work? We started our day by traveling to Tian'an Men Square and Forbidden City. While there we learned how to travel in a crowd in China. Here's the gist. It's perfectly okay to shove your way ahead in a crowd of people. Nobody gets offended because they're doing it too! Also, if a vendor is trying to sell you something, all you have to ...

Around Beijing - The Great Wall and Ming Tombs

A travel blog entry by wenzels on Sep 26, 2013

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... great thing about these Chinese meals is that you keep getting served successive communal plates with the most amazing treats. Did I mention that I love Chinese food?

The next day was fairly leisurely. I had a well-deserved lie-in after I had stayed up late for my final Skype conversation with Regine and a peacefully sleeping Lukas (our one-year old son) whom I had left behind at home. 2 weeks on the train without Wi-Fi access wasn’t going to be easy on our little ...

World Garden Expo

A travel blog entry by alycleveland on Jun 09, 2013

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... We spent Wednesday night getting manicures near our university, and then enjoyed sleeping in on Thursday! Once everyone was up and moving, we walked to a nearby coffee house that serves waffles and American style breakfast. I enjoyed a big plate of Green Tea Waffles for brunch! In China, they have green tea-flavored EVERYTHING. They love it. So I only thought it would be fitting to order those waffles instead of original or chocolate. It ...


A travel blog entry by fromthemill on Oct 18, 2012

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... meet some real local Chinese and not just those that want us to buy something... Next stop Pingyao *Peking Knees: A painful condition of the knees, contracted by those who are too tight to use taxis, to unorganised to use the metro and too old to walk 7-8hrs a day on unyielding Beijing (formerly Peking) cobbled streets. *China Cough: A nagging and persistent cough, contracted by those that have never smoked (Russell) and can't tolerate the car, coal, train, chemical, construction and power station airborne ...