Motel 168 Beijing Anzhen Bridge

No.22 Anding Road, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100029, China | Motel
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China - Beijing & Great Wall

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jul 09, 2014

104 photos

... east and west gates is 750 meters.

Construction of the palace complex began in 1407, the 5th year of the Yongle reign of the third emperor (Emperor Chengzu, Zhu Di) of the Ming dynasty. It was completed 14 years later in 1420, and then the capital city was moved from Nanjing to Beijing the next year. It was said that a million workers including 100,000 artisans were driven into the long-term hard labor. The Purple Palace was divided into two parts. The southern section, or ...

Busy in Beijing

A travel blog entry by senorita-tes on May 01, 2014

1 comment, 62 photos

... the buddha figure gets larger and larger. The last one is incredibly large. A beautiful and serene place in the city.

Living in China has its ups and downs. In any given day I can feel happy, angry, amazed, frustrated, etc. by the routine interactions I have. While walking to the bus stop in the morning I see the same man doing these incredible sets of stretches every day. Then I close my eyes and cross the busy street along with the parents ...

Day 35 - Dim Sum & The World's Oldest Cinema

A travel blog entry by costin on Nov 03, 2013

8 photos

... with Prawn, Spicy Beef Stew, Braised Chinese leaves and Kale, Fish with black bean sauce, Sesame glutinous rice balls, Steamed buns with egg yolk, Steamed Pork Ribs with pumpkin, Vermicelli with Duck and Mustard Root, Prawn Dumplings. It was amazing food and we were there about 2 1/2 hours, working our way through the menu. On the way back, we took a bit of a wander through Tiananmen Square to walk off a bit of our lunch. Kim ...

Another Brick in the Wall

A travel blog entry by funkymonk on May 02, 2013

... and good but lacks a bit of soul. Where it ends and the old unrestored part starts there are rather pathetic looking signs saying 'No Admittance'. Nobody really gives a toss about them but nobody goes much further either.

We did and it was the best decision I made all week. We pressed on for maybe another half an hour or so, pushing through the trees, through the crumbling archways and up on top of the precarious towers. As we stared into the distance we could see where the ...

The Great Wall of China: Mutianyu Section

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Sep 23, 2012

2 comments, 23 photos

... Kitty Fischer, travelled to the Wall some forty years ago along with Shirley MacLaine when the country was opening itself up to the west. So a second generation Fischer arrives with his two younger compatriots, colleagues and friends, and with our own private tour guide we head to the section of the wall that is less touristy, fascinating ...