Wanshou Palace Recreational Center

Hexi Village, Gubei Town, Miyun District, Beijing, 101508, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Peking Ducks, Great Walls & Forbidden Cities

A travel blog entry by andi.in.china on Jul 25, 2014

5 comments, 29 photos

... a must for any visitor to Beijing and we combined it with the traditional visit to the Ming tombs (the resting place for 13 of the 16 Ming
emperors and the finest example of imperial tomb architecture, and
situated on a site selected for its feng shui---a ridge of mountains
form the north cradles the tombs on three sides, opening to the south
and protecting the dead from the evil spirits carried on the north
wind). Then a walk around the Olympic ...

Lessons to learn in China

A travel blog entry by mhchina on Apr 10, 2014

2 photos

One big lesson I have learned so far in China is that being polite and thoughtful is not always the good way. We were waiting for a free toilet in the restroom with the girls as always. But honestly I can't really use the word "waiting" since we had to sneak our way into the toilet and had to get our way by skipping people, like never before, like never ever in New York. There was no line, no ...

19th May

A travel blog entry by henrywthompson on May 19, 2013

17 photos

... for me then went to. School fair, which was rally small so t lunch time we packed up and went to another one on the other side of the city. Had Korean food for lunch apparently, was the same as Chinese hehe. The afternoon was longer and boring, we were there until about 1800, packed up and went for some more Chinese food, again tasty... Then in the evening/ night I didn't want to go to bed and wanted to explore so Jang Tong was a dude and took me on a guided tour of central ...

The China Syndrome

A travel blog entry by mdekonin on Nov 09, 2012

6 photos

... served. This needs immediate attention. As I placed my order with the non-English speaking waitress she waved me away from a chilly beef dish because I assume she thought it would be too hot for the white fella. She may have been right, but we'll never know as I accepted her suggestion for what was simply named in English as "stewed beef". It was so much more. Apart from the serving size that could easily feed four, it ...

Root core sizzling lips Move out relative dissolve

A travel blog entry by opalmv9837 on Sep 27, 2012

... hatch-backs that are so named due to their potent engines and sporty appearance. Let us not forget about the sedan, however, as this type of vehicle possesses its own merits. Sedans possess a lower floor clearance which makes them easier to get into and out of, especially for more mature folk with limited mobility. The correspondingly low centre of gravity likewise helps to make the sedan extra stable on the road and easier to drive. The sedan also tends ...

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