Beijing Fragrant Hill Villa

Address: Fragrant Hills Park, Haidian District , Beijing, 100093, China | Resort
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This resort, located in the 海淀区 area of Beijing, is near Fragrant Hills Park (Xiangshan Gongyuan), Eight Great Temples (Badachu), and Cherry Valley Botanical Garden.
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Day 2 - Beijing

A travel blog entry by sheldoncollege on Sep 21, 2015

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... with a straw - perplexing to some, as a spoon was nowhere to be seen. Instead we treated it like a thick shake. Next stop, the jade factory and a delicious lunch. One will not go hungry. Of course the highlight was the Great Wall. To think, everyone can now say they have climbed the Great Wall. The seniors of course went all the way to the top and now possess wobbly legs. ...

A Little Mix of Everything

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Sep 21, 2014

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When my plane finally touches down in Beijing a mass sense of relief sets in. It's taken 13 hours to get here! My flight connected in Qingdao and I should have landed just shortly after 6pm. While nearly an hour late leaving Seoul the first segment of my flight was fairly uninteresting. Then second part I wish was more smooth. Three hours after leaving Qingdao my plane lands on the tarmac and we are all extremely confused ...

Way to be a Hipster and Narcissist...

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Jan 11, 2014

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... the bill because they usually are not int he position to pay for the whole bill by themselves.

We took the subway back to campus after dinner. As we were riding it, there was a guitar. Was not a fan of his music because it sounded so old. Terry said that I should go dance with the guy by twirling my scarf around.

After we got off the subway, we ran into Amy, Andra, and Andrea. They just got back from eating Peking duck.

I returned to my room to relax.

The Forbidden City (aka tourist heaven)

A travel blog entry by cmcmullen on May 25, 2013

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... literally had hundreds of them and they all competed with one another to be the favorite. Poison was a common tactic. Also, apparently it was considered an honor to be an emperor's concubine. Even very well off families would be honored to send their daughter to the emperor... lovely.

After the Forbidden City, we ventured off to the National Museum ...

Tiananmen Square & the Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by samhanson on Mar 28, 2013

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Tiananmen Square is possibly the most famous landmark of China to westerners following the protests of 1989. This event wasn't mentioned on our visit in fact the only reference to it was subliminal. On entry to the square all bags were security checked. All bags except ours as we were waved through - presumably as non nationals we don't pose a security threat. The square itself is huge and contains Mao zedangs mausoleum at its centre. ...

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