Jinjiang Inn Beijing Dongzhimen Diplomatic District

Address: No.23 Xinyuanxili Middle Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100027, China | Motel
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Treat Yourself, Girl

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Apr 13, 2014

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... held inside (didn't take pictures since I was busy eating some Cold Stone ice-cream).

Later, Natasha and I took a cab back to school.

During our cab ride back to school, I kept on talking about how study abroad has made me want to travel to far more places. Now, I want go see the Middle East and norther Africa after meeting Natasha. Her jaw's dropped when I told her what I envisioned the Middle East to be: dangerous areas, ...

The Great Wall of China and Chinese Acrobats

A travel blog entry by mlhampton on Feb 20, 2014

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... It was a shame that the weather was not as good as yesterday because it was misty in a lot of photos and you couldn't see the winding of the wall to its full extent. We then walked back on ourself to the further new end and I just kept having moments of 'WOW'. It was just so so cool. A serious highlight. Annoyingly though our guide didn't come up so we were a bit like why is he here... worst tour guide ever! After about 3 hours of walking we ...

Beijing pt. 2

A travel blog entry by matthewswilcox on Aug 10, 2013

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... was so secluded and rugged feeling but the Temple of Heaven was much bigger and orderly and full of people. We got there right as the temple closed which was a bit of a bummer but we could see the building from outside anyway. We found a bench and talked/read for a while then walked around the endless rows of trees. Emerging from the trees just as it was getting dark we found a completely different park that we'd left when we entered the forest area. There were tons of people out ...

The Great Wall

A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Jul 17, 2012

5 comments, 47 photos

... but the scenery was worth looking at, but I couldn’t see defending t5his wall being an easy task, or attacking it

I don’t know if they had guns on the wall, but I did see cannon encased in concrete, it looked about a 2 pounder

It was a shame it was so hazy, and the humidity was high

I walked between a couple of forts and sweated bucket loads, Seamus just ploughed on

We spent a couple of hours here, just walking up and down these steps and ...

Beijing

A travel blog entry by chinaspree on Jun 18, 2012

9 photos

... expanse of Tian'an Men Square. The city that the 13th-century Mongo warlord Genghis Khan once put to the torch is undergoing a new, dramatic facelift as a result of a culmination of quarter-century of reform, the pressures of a growing population and the 2000 Olympics.

THE SUMMER PALACE
The sprawling grounds of the Summer Palace (Yihe Yuan) served the Qing Dynasty as an imperial retreat from the ...