Joy Inn (Beijing Chongwenmen)

No.4 Dongjiaomin Alley, Dongcheng, Beijing, 100005, China | Motel
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Day 8

A travel blog entry by abbeystravel


... s condo.  Visiting the condo was to give us an idea about an average living situation in Beijing.  The condo had three bedrooms and two bathrooms and Wei said it was worth the equivalent of about 1 million U.S. dollars.  Nothing was really different than I expected except for how small the kitchen was for how much Wei says his family cooks. After visiting the condo, we walked to a nearby mall to eat dinner.  I tried a noodle dish that ...

First Day in Beijing

A travel blog entry by reecedevon


... for dinner. The restaurant we went to had a large selection of food. Howard, our guide, ordered us a large variety of things to try. There was fried pork, fried eggplant, duck, shrimp, hot and sour soup, onion pancakes, fried rice, and tofu. It all turned out to be pretty awesome (except for the tofu :P). We all filled ourselves up completely and came back to the hotel. Now we're all relaxing and preparing for tomorrow. Tomorrow is the forbidden city, and my excitement just won't ...

The Beijing Barge

A travel blog entry by nixerflynn


... down the canal for the Summer Palace. Unfortunately the "Summer Palace" was not the name of our next luxurious accommodation - its a huge ancient palace set on a man-made lake which stretches out for 2.2 square kilometers. The palace was constructed for Empress Cixi so she would have somewhere to go on her summer holidays.The earth that was excavated from the lake was used to make a huge man-made hill called "Longevity Hill" (see the pics below warning people to "Mind the ...

The Great Wall of China!

A travel blog entry by s.whiteside


... to the ancient dynasties of Xing and Ming. I don’t remember much of what Floral had to tell us but wow, those buildings were impressive!

After a pretty atttraction packed day we headed to one of the nicest restaurants in town for a Chinese feast. A delicious spread. Honestly, some of it was closely related to what we knew back home but much fresher and a lot more of it! Followed by a few cheeky Tsingtaos.

We moved on to ...


A travel blog entry by ricao


... development. Our tour guide went very in-depth into the feng shui of Yonghegong and also yin and yang (阴阳). Every time you design a building or piece of architecture, every single thing on it has some sort of purpose and is not for just decoration. She analyzed the archway to Yonghegong for us, giving us the significance of all the details. In terms of architecture, things get a lot ...

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