Motel 168 Beijing Anzhen Bridge

Address: No.22 Anding Road, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100029, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Beijing

A travel blog entry by maxison on Jan 24, 2015

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We flew to Beijing, China with a full played free one way trip. We stayed at the Motel 168 for $178.95 Chinese Yuan. For breakfast we went to Cafe De Sofa and had Shao Mai (which is a thick dumpling wrapper made of wheat, the normal filling in the north is rice and shitake mushrooms) for $10.69 Chinese Yuen, then for lunch we went to Dali Courtyard …

China - Enter the Dragon

A travel blog entry by explorewithemma on Mar 07, 2015

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... booked onto a G Adventures tour, (also recommended by a friend), scheduled to travel from Beijing through to Hong Kong. My journey would be taking in: my fifth wonder of the world - the Great Wall of China, Shanghai - the largest city I would have ever been to, seeing the terracotta warriors in Xian, a Yangtse river cruise, seeing the giant pandas in Leshan and visiting rural China. I am sure this will be the first of many trips to China but as a start this seemed an amazing ...

Day 8 Beijing

A travel blog entry by petersentrips on Sep 22, 2014

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... to climb with wall, Daz and I went up to the 4th tower and found it easier to come down on another path which was easier on the legs. The wall was extremely busy both up and down with lots of local Chinese and many tourists. The wall is an amazing feat of engineering especially considering when it was built. It allowed 1 warrior to hold off thousands of invaders. After lunch we went to 2008 Olympic Games site, Birds Nest and Water Cube. The smog was unbelievably bad ...

Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by danddmeed on May 13, 2014

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... not yet there. when the train did come, it was the same pushing procedure to get on the train. luckily, we got a couple seats for us and rode back to the north station leaving the station, we stopped at a mall to get an ethernet cable (our hotel did not have wifi, only ************nection). then we headed back to the hotel to rest. my allergies had been acting up throughout the day, so i was exhausted and we went to sleep ...

The Great, Great Wall

A travel blog entry by meganlang on Sep 09, 2013

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... in the distance and soon right outside our bus window. David and I decided to book the tour to see the Jinshanling portion, one that is much less traveled due to the strenuous hike up. We had just spent time in North Carolina hiking through the Smoky Mountains; we were prepared. The hike was not only strenuous; the terrain would be rough and dangerous. That held little bearing on us however, as our goal was to reach the big Jinshan Watchtower. ...