Dingchunde Hotel

Address: Wenbo Plaza, 2A Gaoyuan Street, Beisihuan Dong Road, Beijing, 100029, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing


A travel blog entry by larissataylor on Jun 11, 2015

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... into Starbucks to fill the coffee craving we all had. We also went to a Uniqlo store where I wanted to buy a particular jacket that I saw in Singapore and of course they did not have in stock. That night we all went out as a group to dinner before heading to the train station where we got on an overnight train to take us to Hohhot. To our surprise this train was five star compared to the trains in Vietnam and we all got around 11 hours ...

Day 15! Forbidden city, zoo and Duck

A travel blog entry by mvr-miriam on Feb 11, 2015

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Alarm was set for 7.30am! Clíona had a shower while Miriam wrote the last bit of the blog. We agreed to meet the guys down at 8.15am for breakfast, but by 8.15am they weren't downstairs, so ran back up, they just woke up! So we had breakfast with the two of us instead. Des came down to have his breakfast, but Cian skipped his. Grab our things and off we go, to the forbidden city this time. We can easily walk to it as it's just behind tian'anmen square. We have to show our ...

Beijing 2014 - Humanity, Humidity and Hutongs

A travel blog entry by selenaolson on Jul 13, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... We had to walk about half an hour around the moat to the entrance to the palace at Tianemen Square as they funnel people through from south to north. Tianemen would seem only like a giant concrete square and entrance to the palace if it weren't for its bloody history. Although the massacre was 25 years ago, many are still in jail today. The masses of humans and the magnitude of the palace grounds were both quite astounding. Around 800 buildings in all are housed on these ...

The Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by brittneytran on Oct 22, 2013

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... wanted a much better barricade to protect his people from the Mongol invaders to the north. He wanted a strong wall 30 feet wide and 50 feet high. Qin used peasants, captured enemies, criminals, scholars, and anyone else who irritated him, and put them all to work building the Great Wall. Labourers were not paid for their work. It was slave labor. About 3000 people worked on ...

Something in the air

A travel blog entry by oddfellow on Apr 17, 2013


... regarding smoking that we have in Australia. Though, it's no wonder so many people smoke here when you can buy a pack of cigarettes for as litlle as 4 Yuan which is equal to about 60 cents. And with names like " Double Happiness" why wouldnt you smoke.
We bought with us a couple of face masks, the type you would use if you were in an opperating theatre but seriously these things are useless here. What you need is the industrial strength ones; ones that have canisters ...