Lovetown Travel Hotel (Beijing Guomao)

Address: No.12 Guanghua Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100020, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

The Great Wall & Other Great Moments

A travel blog entry by i.d.k. on Dec 04, 2014

3 comments, 20 photos

... larger carved Jade items had small glasses of water sitting by them in the cases ~ this is also superstitituous ~ it is to bring out all the glory and fortune from the Jade. We learned today that most Chinese are atheists, a small amount practice Buddhism, and they are all very, very superstititious - they take fung shei and the Chinese horoscope/calender very seriously. Numbers, especially, are important. 6 is good luck. 8 is good fortune. 4 ...

The end of the first stage

A travel blog entry by jennydavies on Aug 24, 2014

5 photos

... island game, students were answering with some pretty interesting answers as per usually, some of the items they said they would bring with them were, fireworks, a magic wand, Doraemon... And then someone called out "Bear Grylls!" It seems that Bear Grylls is very popular in China along with One Direction, Taylor Swift and Sherlock.... Pretty interesting mix if you ask me, also one of ...

Traveling and Day 1 in China

A travel blog entry by nelkin on Apr 14, 2014

12 photos

... neat. And of course I can't forget to talk about the food. I'm an extremely picky eater, so the food experience this week will be interesting. I live off meat, diary, and sweets. And by mets, I mean your average meat that you find in the USA, nothing strange. I don't even like most fruits or vegetable. (I came to china prepared for this dilemma -half of my carry-on is stuffed with food). So for breakfast, I "branched out" and ate something like a peach dumpling. ...

Monuments of Beijing

A travel blog entry by 2swiss on Aug 20, 2013

7 photos

After being back to the free civilisation of China we thoroughly enjoyed walking the streets without raising suspicion, staying at a table for as long as we wanted and using local money to pay for whatever. We discussed some unsettling things: there were beggars and homeless in Beijing but not in North Korea. Chinese tended to push there way through the crowd while Koreans queue patiently. There was trash in the streets of ...

We are Beij'ing!

A travel blog entry by usupandaway on Jan 30, 2013

1 comment, 20 photos

... and continued until the Jin dynasty (1115-1234AD). It was part of a Chinese strategy of preventing mass invasion. In the early years the walls were made of rammed earth but as hundreds of years past more sophisticated methods of building were developed with rocks, bricks and mortar being used. It is estimated that over one million people helped in the construction of the Great Wall. Unfortunately the haze was getting thicker, probably another pollution record ...

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