Jia De Mei Guesthouse

No.24 Sandao Street, Jianguomenwai, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100022, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

The Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by brettandemma on Jun 11, 2014

41 photos

... Including one really annoying young gay guy who was wearing the most utterly ridiculous clothes and desperate to talk to everyone! Thankfully when we arrived we was free to go off on our own and do as much or as little of the wall as we could. The path up to the actual wall was at least 45 minutes just to walk up to the wall and with the trek of Hong Kong still fresh in our mind we opted for the cable cart to take us ...

From 40 degrees to 4!

A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Jan 15, 2014

8 photos

... and still guards the northern entrance to the square. It was once the north gate of the old city. Behind this is a great area where they have preserved many of the old buildings and it is now a Mall and shopping area with restaurants, cloisonne stores and silks available. We found a place to eat here and the food was good though we ordered too much.( Nice to see they have preserved some of the old things as the rest of the city is high rise buildings, common in any modern ...

A big catch up!!

A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez on Oct 22, 2013

5 comments, 28 photos

... was stunning, mountains and greenery. Cuandixia is set deep into the mountains, and is a village dating from the Ming Dynasty (1403-1424) and consists of 76 courtyard houses, mostly built with stones. Most of these houses have been turned into simple courtyard B&B's, serving as restaurants too. We arrived and had a great lunch overlooking the mountains and the village, then found a courtyard to stay in. The weather was great, and we enjoyed just wandering around, looking inside ...

Beijing here we come!

A travel blog entry by lzarras on May 05, 2013

214 photos

... people even know what happened?"

Next we entered the Forbidden City! All the big attractions (Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven, Olympic venues, Great Wall) are on the "Dragon Line", what ancient Chinese used to think of as Prime Meridian. The Forbidden City is the center of the city, then the Imperial city is surrounding it (outside the large walls, like where Tiananmen Square is and surrounding), then the Inner city ...

A last look around Lujiazui

A travel blog entry by teetravels on Aug 20, 2012

10 photos

... and the up and coming Shanghai Tower before heading off to the airport.

Being unfamiliar with the area, I have to take a time out to document some places that R&K would rattle off as if they were as common as New York City and San Francisco but completely foreign to me, and figure out how they relate to Pudong and Shanghai:

Lujiazui – important financial area in Pudong, Shanghai.

Pudong – a district ...

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