Botai Hotel

No.140 Jiaodaokou South Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100007, China | 3 star motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Having a Life

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... not work. Then, I returned to my room.

Bill, the owner of Munch, called me to come down to his restaurant. I complained that I was tired and then Bill told me that I had no excuse since I am young. That moment, I decided to just go.

At Munch, Bill introduced me to his friend Eric from Costa Rica. I met Bill's worker too (forgot his name). Bill served pasta with salad and Spanish red wine. It was so delicious. Eric explained to me that he was at ...

The Temple of Heaven, then on our way

A travel blog entry by wombat99


... to be performed by the emperor of the day at least once a year and involving many rituals and offerings. A highlight for us was the 'echo wall' where a whisper at one point could be heard at another point many metres away along its curved surface. Although we managed to pick up some of our person to person conversations, the yells of excited children between us, somewhat muffled our quiet ...

Beijing - The Final Shebang!

A travel blog entry by meadventure2


... archway (10 000 total). The sprawling palace is built amongst rocky formations which you scramble through to each mew area. The lake was crystal clear, and there we saw the 17 arches bridge and a boat made of pure marble. That night we went to an acrobatics show with ladder flying rope, and ribbon acts (and more) as well as a giant motorcycle cage into which 5 motorbikes went at once. I was watching absolutely certain there would be a horrible accident right in ...

A great day!

A travel blog entry by tbienek

... I look forward to feeling the benefits in a few days! I came out of the spa to torrential rain and after waiting for it to let up for half an hour decided to just get wet. And I did, it was raining so hard it wasn't going anyway so crossing the street was more than ankle deep. When I got to the subway, that's where everyone was sheltering from the storm. By the time I got back up to the surface at Xisi station for the hotel it had stopped or passed. Supermarket for ...

Eat Shop Look

A travel blog entry by kristinrust


... br> Woke up today to snow. Something of a rarity and actually, it served as a huge vacuum cleaner for the pollution - sorry, the "fog." (One thing you learn quickly here, deception is a way of life.) We had blue sky, little coal smell and it was awfully pretty. After a breakfast of homemade pancakes and pineapple, Hil, her 10-year old son Charlie and I headed into the city to explore Beijing. Three things to check off today - Asia's largest outdoor market, eat our weight ...

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