Ruizhao Hotel (Beijing Guomao)

Address: No.37 Baiziwan Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100022, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Day 1 in Beijing

A travel blog entry by francis24 on Apr 21, 2015

25 photos

... there was a huge neighborhood under construction. Inside the station there was a model of what it will all look like. We hadn't planned to eat breakfast since we had bought some pastries the night before so we ended up eating those. Mom and dad had a coffee from KFC and for once my dad liked it since it wasn't Starbucks!

After getting on the train we traveled the 5 hours journey at over 300 kph which is really smooth and quite interesting to see all of ...

A weekend in Beijing

A travel blog entry by anniesummer2014 on May 23, 2014

70 photos

... last summer. It was so crazy to see the. For the first time because I was anticipating seeing them but because of the distance between us it seemed like it was nearly impossible. For the first bit we all just squealed about how cool it was that we were all together in their home country and not mine. It was so cool to experience Beijing as I helped them to experience Ohio. Something interesting I experienced was a Chinese parking garage. I have ...

Week update

A travel blog entry by nmaskus on Dec 08, 2013

6 photos

... wedding social. And we finished our weekend celebrating a double birthday from the week, Fabricio and Jeff had bdays on Thursday so we celebrated on Saturday. I was only in for a third of the festivities. But was a really fun Saturday. Tonight I played volleyball, got the highlight of my year! The other teams setter asked me if I was a professional! HA! But was a very ...

Wriggly food

A travel blog entry by julie.tennett on Sep 11, 2013

... along the way. We hadn't realised when we first got off the rickshaw that there was more to come so thought that that first 5 minute leg was the whole thing. Pretty unimpressive! But we were wrong. The. First stop was to visit a private home. We grouped through the very narrow winding lane ways, peering through doorways into courtyards and people's private homes. It was rather amusing as we got to the house and despite all the knocking on the door and calling out ...

Hitting the wall and The Great Wall

A travel blog entry by jmfaulkenberry on Mar 10, 2013

1 comment, 35 photos

... farming land from non-farming land. The Mongol army, due to horses, was very fast. Genghis Khan united the Mongols and developed a very strong army. Males grew up like natural soldiers, learning to ride horses at age three and shoot a bow at age five. The Chinese emperor Qin (memorize this guy as his name will continue to come up) allowed different sections of the wall to link up. This occurred in 221 BC. The Han Dynasty built the majority of the wall. Any section of the wall you can ...