Hanting Express Sanyuan West Bridge

No.45 Jing'anli, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100028, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Terracotta warriors and arrival to Beijing

A travel blog entry by dlz on Mar 05, 2014

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... to protect China's first emperor in his afterlife. They believe their to be over 600 pits but only 7 have begun to be excavated to date and they anticipate it will take approx 400 years to uncover all 600 pits. In the 40 years since the pits were discovered, very little has been excavated, due to time take to reconstruct each warrior. A short film was shown to tell the story about the creation, destruction and discovery of the warriors. ...

Day 19

A travel blog entry by jess4352 on Jul 19, 2013

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Today we went to tian'anmen square, the forbidden city, a Chinese doctor, a pearl market and the summer palace. Out of all of these places my favourite was the forbidden city. It was huge. According to the tour guide, common people have not been allowed to visit the forbidden city until recently. During all of the dynasties, anyone who entered ...

On the Road and Up in the Air

A travel blog entry by atw80-wre on Jun 07, 2013

3 photos

... the glass door. However, we stopped immediately, after we saw blood dripping on the floor. Luckily, there was a security guard nearby who immediately assisted him. Poor him! Actually, it is the second guy I see crashing against glass doors during the trip – last time, Kendra and I walked behind a guy in Dubai, when suddenly the revolving door stopped – “pong”. Back then the guy was luckily fine and we all had laugh about it...

Beijing - History and Culture

A travel blog entry by ryness on Nov 27, 2012

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... remaining in Beijing before we would head to Shanghai, we decided to check out Snack Street. Not sure what to expect but not expecting much. After a short metro ride, we arrived, not knowing exactly where it was in the area, we straddled along. Luckily, a narrow lane caught our attention with bright lights and a lot of people. We assumed this was it. Sure enough, it was and as we entered the lane way, little did we know what an entertaining stroll we had in ...

Beijing, day 3 and the night market

A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Jul 18, 2012

9 comments, 38 photos

... are escalators everywhere, but not many stairs

It is really cheap getting around on the train (about 20 pence) no matter how far or short

The stations aren’t really long enough, so there are no doors in the train, you can walk the whole length of it, and it’s quite good watching it twist and turn as it follows the tracks

Come rush hour, it is a crush, everyone pushes in, if the next stop is yours, you have to struggle to get off, ...