Zhisheng Hotel Beijing

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

Duck devouring at Dadong

A travel blog entry by adrianpritchard

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... a new waitress appeared with a huge plate of green stuff, which she dumped on the
table before noticing my camera.

Ten minutes later when the servers had finished posing for shots with each other they all
disappeared en masse leaving just the sound of the arctic wind ...

Not Feeling It

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny

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Before I was about to walk back to my dorm, Olivia appeared. She ordered the same thing I got. I had to run off to do some homework.

Following homework, I checked mail in the box. As usual, it was completely disorganized and did not see anything for me, but I found one for Beatrice.

I walked up stair to give her letter to her. She, Mariam, and I talked for a bit before I decided to go back to my room.
...

To Beijing cont.

A travel blog entry by allytiger

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... they stand by you asking for money for minutes. Then Matt S misplaced his ticket and almost missed the train. Luckily a worker found his ticket somewhere, however we were all very worried because P Lin or I would have had to stay behind with him. Thankfully we all made it onto the train! Our train ride was 6 hours long, which isn't too long considering its about 1200 miles away. The train goes 300 km an hour, 190 miles an hour! Super fast! I decided that ...

Beijing Part Deux

A travel blog entry by vwuertz

56

... Beijing, which show scenes of China, the China Sea, and Beijing. Across the street we see the large building which houses the National Museum of China. To the north we see the Gate of Heavenly Peace, which separates the Square from the Forbidden City. On its outer fašade hangs a giant portrait of Mao. In front of the gate sit risers for VIPs, who can watch military parades (usually involving 10,000 soldiers) and inaugurations in comfort. Hundreds ...

Getting the Ball Rolling

A travel blog entry by 8spike

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... company a few weeks before I got here. One of the interesting things about him is that he's not just Russian but he's Tatar as well. He's Muslim and in addition to Russian and English speaks Tatar and Turkish. One of his good friends at the office, Ilham, is Uyghur and it's cool how Uyghur, Tatar and Turkish all have many similarities in language. Anyway, that's a little bit about some of the guys in my office.

There is a whole other office, ...

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