Zhisheng Hotel Beijing

Address: No.6 Gongti East Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100027, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

A crazy day.

A travel blog entry by bcharlton on Sep 10, 2015

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... then meet back at the entrance at 1215hrs to get back on the bus. I got to talking with one of the trade guys and walked with him up to a luncheon (again reserved for Gods). I wandered back down to the meeting point at exactly 1215hrs and pondered where everyone was. After about 20 minutes of pondering I texted one of the delegates thinking they must have gone to a lunch room somewhere.....but no.....they were on the bus and gone already. Apparently they changed their ...

Xian, the Terracotta Warriors and on to the Yangze

A travel blog entry by smadge on Oct 14, 2014

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... stock pot you make up your dipping sauce from: soya sauce, sesame paste, garlic, coriander leaves, spring onions, sesame oil etc etc. Your food now cooked you remove it from the pot dip it in you sauce and consume. A good meal for when you have a stretch of evening before you, not so good for when you have to catch an overnight train. This overnight train was slightly different to the previous one but essentially the procedure is the same. Passports are shown, ...

Beijing

A travel blog entry by wdtraveltime on Sep 27, 2014

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... awake now, we had a chance to get the story of the arm flailing couple who ended up in the same car as us. They were from the U.S.A., on the road for a year and doing it on the cheap. It was a pleasure to share with them some of the slow, commodious travel that only trains afford and we were granted one last long look of the Gobi.
Technically, we were not on the Trans-Siberian (Moscow - Vladavostok), not the Trans-Manchurian ...

The Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by alycleveland on Jun 06, 2013

2 comments, 10 photos

... about the incredible skill and effort that it took to construct it, and you think about all the men who died and are buried in and under the Wall. To put it very simply, it was extraordinary.

We spent 2-3 hours on the Wall, and while up there, a thunderstorm rolled in over the mountains. It brought with it heavy rain, but that didn’t stop us. We bought some fashionable ponchos and kept on going. You would ...

Trip to Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by bettywakia on Apr 26, 2013

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... so on. But when I come across to Great Wall of China I would pose and started to close my eyes and wish that one day I would climb the Great Wall of China. Anyway, here I am, climbing the greatest world's history of all time, the Great Wall of China.

The Great Wall of China is a wall that ...