Hualijiahe Xinyuan Inn

No.21 Yandaixie Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100009, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Day 68: Beijing - Jinshanling Great Wall Trip

A travel blog entry by mfln31


... We also quickly made some new friends who we walked with: a guy from Holland, a girl from Singapore and another girl from England.

After our time on the wall we were taken to a local restaurant for a buffet lunch that was actually quite good. We're both still terrible with chopsticks though. We then had the long drive to Beijing but it passed quite quickly as we were tired ...

Beautiful Beijing

A travel blog entry by keithandkim

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... once there we were rewarded with a very nice and surprisingly quiet courtyard in the middle of the city. A courtyard residence is essentially courtyard encircled with rooms. Our room was sparse but clean, the bed was a bit springy, but almost better then the hard planks of mattresses we found in most of China.

Today is September 19th, or in China Mid-Autumn festival. Where everyone gets together enjoys moon cake pastries and has the day off. A perfect day ...

Beijing catch-up

A travel blog entry by helenotroy

... got me. Instead of going right back to the city, we were driven back up the the base of the wall again so the driver could go walking a bit, and the guide just stick her head out the window as if that was going to do anything. And her english wasn't very good so it took a while for one of the girls in the front to explain that a park's person needed to go up and really scale that wall bc they were obviously really far away, and that we needed to get back bc it was betting ...


A travel blog entry by heatherburns007


... the The Wall.

The Wall suffered terrible
damage from Japanese bombers during WW2 , large sections have undergone
extensive restoration.Fortunately an impressive amount of The Wall at
Jinshanling is original from the Ming dynasty , dating back 500 years.
The Wall follows the contours of the mountain and is dangerously steep
in sections.

Next day back ...

Everybody is instant noodling

A travel blog entry by shaolinpowered


... to be something going on next to the line, like some people hustling selling and or bying tickets….I thanked the guy and told him never mind, I will stand in line and take my chances at the ticketoffice, all I wanted was to get going! Finally my turn and showed the attendant the train I wanted, He asked me my passport and printed my ticket, 94 yuan…not bad but I wished I had paid more attention, because the ticket was one with no reservation ...

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