Qianlong Hotel

Address: No.85 Tiantan Road, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100050, China | Motel
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

London to Beijing 2

A travel blog entry by ryan.kaiser on Oct 14, 2014

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... we got there we saw alive and deep fried scorpions and other deep fried animals like flying lizards and tarantulas. So I asked Dad if I could get a deep fried scorpion, so we got a stick of 3 deep fried scorpions, and I ate one, and Dad ate one and Tyler ate one. Sadly there were none left for Mum, but she didn't want one anyway. The scorpion didn't taste of much but they were crunchy, Mum didn't like the sound of the ...

Beijing Doorways

A travel blog entry by nietsreuef on Jul 13, 2014

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... Bright Gate, Golden-Column Gate, Uncivilized Gate and Favorite Gate.

The gates were decorated with paintings, carvings, masonry patterns, slogans and posters. 2 of the most interesting features of the entryways are the Foo Dogs and what the Chinese call "Doorway Hairpins". Much has been written about the foo dogs, actually lions, but since there were no native lions in China, the models tend to look like dogs. That's another story.

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The Last Hurrah, Part II

A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Jul 05, 2013

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... all our things. Afterwards, we went out to the late-night convenience store. I had dropped by a few times before we left for Shanxi, and I quite like the owner of the place. He's always smiling and very kind to us, even though he speaks not a word of English. I think he appreciates that I’ve tried to converse with him in Mandarin and is always very polite. Happy to give him some business for the last time, ...

The Forbidden Palace Temple Wall of Police Checks

A travel blog entry by no.limits on Nov 12, 2012

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... We bought food and water which ended up being some sort of sweet water from a stall because we were too afraid to buy anything off the street on our walk to the square. The forbidden city was very neat and absolutely massive. There are several throne rooms down the center of the forbidden city all with different importance. We had our first taste of Chinese food at the restaurant in the Forbidden city which was really good. Afterwords we left the city and went ...

Summer Palace

A travel blog entry by stephanddave on Oct 02, 2012

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... more fun and relaxing than battling the mass of land dwelling tourists. Making our way round the lake we saw various temples and former residences of the past Emporers and Empresses from various Chinese dynasties. We pedalled under a bridge and round an island, Steph took the controls at this point and within seconds we almost hit about six other people, we then realised we had little time to get the vessel returned so we power pedalled ...