Aoxiangge Hotel

No.26B Zhanlanguan Road, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100037, China | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located in the Xidan/Financial Street area of Beijing, is near Beihai Park (Beihai Gongyuan), Beijing Zoo, Prince Gong's Palace (Gongwangfu), and Hall of Great Harmony (Taihe Dian).
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Tienamin Square and the Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by abudebbie on Jul 26, 2014


... through. The square is the largest in the world and covers 16 acres! There are official buildings all around the outside and two giant tv screens set up in the center that show beautiful scenery of China. This is the place where Chairman Mao held audience and declared birth of the Republic of China. It holds a special place in the hearts of all Chinese. After walking around the square for a while, we crossed the street to enter the Forbidden City. This gorgeous ...

An exhausting day seeing the sights of Beijing

A travel blog entry by mlhampton on Feb 19, 2014

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... shook my head at anybody who approached me - I am getting good at this, not soft hearted anymore! I also noticed that the Chinese are obsessed with frankfurters, why?! About half way I was accosted by one of those tricycle drivers where you sit in the front. He told me it was only 3 yuan so I hopped in - treacle covered strawberries in hand. He took me through some backstreets giving me really uninteresting history about buildings, and then for some ...

Day 32 - The Great Wall (Part 2 - Mutianyu)

A travel blog entry by costin on Oct 31, 2013

35 photos

... to drum up business, but the next driver in line gets the job no matter who does the talking. We agreed a fare out to the wall of 30RMB, or so we thought! A minute in, it became apparent that was 30RMB each. On red alert after a bit of hassle in the morning, we immediately assumed she was trying to rip us off, though with hindsight, it was a genuine misunderstanding. We got her down to 25RMB each, but we were set on the original 30RMB total, so when she wouldn't budge, we ended ...

Best day so far!

A travel blog entry by stacylynnbaker on May 16, 2013

2 comments, 8 photos

... in China without connections to the government. This was really appreciated as, when asking the first two lecturers about corruption in China, they basically said there was none. Bakers and Daniels specializes in helping Midwest companies protect IP and trademarks as those are a few of the greatest difficulties companies face when they move into China. While the company has many competitors, its extensive knowledge of the Midwest and its length ...

There once was a wall and it was very Great...

A travel blog entry by katyandgeoff on Sep 20, 2012

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... you had a trolley with a break and were left to your own fate! As the sign said, it was a dangerous sport but was really fun, so much so that when we got to the bottom we considered going up for a second go!

We had lunch at the bottom of the hill and said good bye to the wall. We then visited a silk factory where we were introduced to silk worms and how they use the cocoons which was actually quite interesting although there was no temptation to buy anything. After ...