Wanshou Palace Recreational Center

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

Tiananmen is Forbidden/Stairway to Heaven

A travel blog entry by tswiderski on Jun 20, 2014

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Many of you may have wondered why I decided to write a blog during my travels in China. Truthfully, while I do find it's a great way to document my time overseas, my intentions were much more simple - I want my son Zach to be able to read about my journey like a storybook, each new day a different chapter for him to read before he goes to sleep at night.

Daddy loves you Zach.

Ok, now on to Day 1 in China:

I've never ...

The great wall and journey's end

A travel blog entry by toby-helen-sea on Apr 01, 2014

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... to the others, the names of each section are interesting like the hall of clocks... Helen also got followed around by an old man with a camera creepy.
We finally managed to find a market in Chinese food market after a bit of looking silk market and pearl market where they sold fake everything. We found one just off Beijing's equivalent of the headrow, in my last post I mentioned octopus on sticks which I now find quiet fine. This place had ...

Beijing Part 1: Days 1-3

A travel blog entry by reinapaul on Aug 11, 2013

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... The area is a large open concreted area in the middle of several large and important buildings in China. One of those buildings was Hall of the People which houses the Communist's Ruling Party Meetings. Within the square there was police, swat and military officers scattered in the area randomly checking locals identification cards. The square itself is packed with people, tourist and (predominantly) locals. There are little carts that sell drinks and snacks as well ...

27 hours of travel to get home

A travel blog entry by jportelance on Jul 23, 2013

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... go mostly uneaten despite 13 hours of Chinese plane food on the flight. The rest of the hour before boarding is spent letting Maclaren ride the moving sidewalk, and then running back to the start to ride it again, FUN!

The flight is delayed over an hour, but not officially, they never updated the departure time, made an announcement, or even acknowledged that it was late the 2 different times I asked the boading desk clerks. Once off the ground, I figured out why it was ...

Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by lochlanjw on Dec 04, 2012

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... grown in China before being offered several samples. I walked away with a huge box of Oolong Tea and got given a traditional Chinese tea "peeing boy" - a small terracotta boy who only pees when the water is hot enough for brewing Oolong Tea. Not quite sure how - or even if! - it works. That night I headed out for Peking Duck with a Swiss guy I met on the tour and then for drinks at the popular (and extremely kitschy!) Sanlitun Bar area of central ...

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