Wanshou Palace Recreational Center

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

First day in Beijing

A travel blog entry by annabellilley on Sep 24, 2015

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... even successfully used the Beijing subway and busses!! We also visited a few tourist attractions - tianaman square, the forbidden city and the birds nest Olympic stadium. Tomorrow we have booked to go and do a hike along the Great Wall at the location you can toboggan down, so an early night is in ...

A Little Mix of Everything

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Sep 21, 2014

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... with a plane but on this flight ht you could feel the plane speeding up and slowing down in kind of similar fashion. Also rather than turning out the seat belt light when it was safe to leave your seat the pilot kept turning on and off the no smoking sign. Showing signs of obvious confusion in the cockpit the lights inside the plane were constantly dimmed, and flashed on and off at random intervals. The signs lead me to believe I have ...

I'm still alive!

A travel blog entry by rebecca-thomson on Jan 11, 2014

... at midnight followed by the whole rain of confetti. We wanted to return at about 3am but no taxi would take us, so we ended up just heading to another bar and kept partying until 6am when the subways opened. You could never do this in Canada!

Sometime between the holidays and final exams my roommate and I went to visit Chairman Mao's Mausoleum and the China Capital Museum. Watching people act in ...

The Forbidden City (aka tourist heaven)

A travel blog entry by cmcmullen on May 25, 2013

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... One of the acts had a guy spinning plats all around the room. He even handed a spinning plate to me! I was slightly terrified, but I managed to not drop it on anyone!

After dinner, Jon and I ventured back downtown (on our own!) via the subway. We went out for dessert and walked around and enjoyed our last night in Beijing!

Tiananmen Square & the Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by samhanson on Mar 28, 2013

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... Surrounded by a 25metre wide water-filled moat and huge walls over which nothing can be detected from outside, it was built 800 years ago but was only open to the public in 1927, despite the last emperor having been overthrown in 1911. I can fill this entry with many other facts but the overriding impression of the palace was one of order, precision and control. It has 4 directional gates, north south east & west, and the emperor ...

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