Ruizhao Hotel (Beijing Guomao)

No.37 Baiziwan Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100022, China | Motel
Prices starting from $52.00

Travel Blogs from Beijing

Afternoon Walk and Another Sunrise

A travel blog entry by carlabroad


... enthusiastic about the idea of making movies and did quite a bit of research so I was able to give him relatively helpful answers. I told William to have Tommy email me if he had additional questions because I could either answer them or find someone else who could. So if anyone reading this has good working knowledge of things like Final Cut Pro and would be willing to help a young filmmaker learn, let me know. Anyway, now that it's a weekday, William's ...

Chinese Drinking Culture

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny

... looked like paper, rock, and scissor.

I want to say that people need to stop stigmatizing drinking. Of course, people should be careful when they drink. However, others need to quit being judgmental about it. That is fine if people are not into drinking or it is against their beliefs, but they should not get jealous when others have fun. My point is stop whining about drinking. Instead of being a loser, go out and have a life!

Canto Connection in Beijing

A travel blog entry by beely


... was appalled that he had never been to the wall and WAS NOT planning on visiting it! How can someone go to BJ and not climb the wall??

Our planning was limited and would later prove to be problematic:

Me: let’s go to the Great Wall together

Yan Chi: Okay!

Me: My friend hiked to a ...

Awesome Beijing

A travel blog entry by markmegan


... The Lama Temple is a buddhist temple that used to be a princes palace. The temple is fairly large but we managed to see it all. There are many Buddha's and the local populace would bring many incense to burn and pray with. The main attraction is a giant sandalwood buddha that is a few stories high. It was faily impressive to think of that giant statue being made with one piece of wood. Unfortunately like a lot of places, photagraphy was not allowed ...

From His Culture to Mine

A travel blog entry by claypuddles


... have been the most difficult conversation ever- he'd written his name in Mandarin first and when I shook my head in confusion, he wrote it in Pinyin for me "Liu Dong Lei". Then I wrote mine down, only in Pinyin becaue I don't have the characters memorized yet, "Pang Si An". He shook his head in agreement and said "okay". So, to me, that signified the end of the conversation. We went to the Great Wall the next day (Friday), so we never went to ...

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