Redwine Garden Hotel

Address: Yangshan Village, Mujiayu Town, Miyun District, Beijing, 101500, China | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Ulaanbaatar to Beijing

A travel blog entry by jenelleandchris on Jul 23, 2015

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... time we have a 2 berth cabin, with shower(!), and the panelling is lacquered wood. However it was nice having the 4 bunks as we did before, as there were 2 bottom bunks. Again there are only foreigners in this carriage, including the English couple from the last train. I had to laugh when a delightful Chinese man looked out at the empty steppe and said, in a heavy Chinese accent: ' Just like my country, New Zealand!' With Ulaanbaatar behind we ...

The Beauty and Majesty of Ancient China

A travel blog entry by alleifer on Sep 04, 2014

1 comment, 66 photos

... a Panda” encounter. Here they have successfully bred over 100 Pandas that they ship around the world for $100,000 per month per panda temporarily show licenses. The premier wildlife conservation organization The World Wildlife Federation (WWF) has adopted the panda as its logo. A global zoo without a pair of pandas is second rate. Consumer sales of Panda items are in the billions. Our tour guide make sure we get an early start so we can see the ...

Another dream has come true.

A travel blog entry by jimpat on Aug 29, 2014

18 photos

... over 5000 miles and we only viewed a very small portion of it. On our way back into Beijing we stopped in a small town for a local meal. Our guide and driver enjoyed a special dish of pig guts. Doesn't that sound yummy! We did not risk tasting it. Corn is big here and we passed huge fields of corn on our drive. We have seen the locals eating corn at all times of the day. In the evening we visited a couple of local shops to find food for our breakfast on the train ...

Beijing Part 1: The Mental Head Slap

A travel blog entry by nomad143 on Nov 27, 2013


... tourists who fall for it will find themselves paying an exorbitant amount for tea or paintings, either through coercion or other means. Completely out of patience at this point, I flatly told her no, that we were late, and needed to go; grabbing Chris’s arm and stalking off as I said this. It was too cold for common niceties, rude though it may have been.

We took the subway, got off at the correct stop, and made our way to the surface ...

Beijing- 26.2 miles of great wall & bitter-control

A travel blog entry by adrian.hosler on May 25, 2013

81 photos

... my jacket. All the other foreigners seemed to be as aimlessly wandering about as we were, not knowing how to respond to the tons of Chinese ppl yelling at us for breakfast here or buy this Nescafé on the sidewalk etc. etc. mainly everyone hopped in the GIANT line for the bathroom- with little else to do and about 1.5 hours before the first wave of the race was set to go. Prices were pretty outrageous, as expected, a lady tried to charge me 4Y for a cup of hot water- to which ...