Bijia Resort

Bijia Moutain Training Center, Shidu Town, Fangshan District, Beijing, 102411, China | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

First Day of School

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny

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... class.

After class, I went shopping with Alanna and Melissa to buy instant noodles at the Stadium Store. I needed something light to eat. After shopping, I chilled with Melissa for a bit before going off doing Chinese homework. Melissa was so nice to help me with my Chinese pronunciation.

Today seemed long, but it made me to want to learn Chinese more.
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The Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by travelgirl2013

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... told Ian and I that when you visit the Great Wall of China it was quite difficult to walk any great distance due to the crowds of people there. We didn't have that problem - it was snowing quite hard when we arrived and there were few tourists there outside of the cruise ship groups. Not that a little snow was going to stop us. Here we had free reign to do what we wanted and climb as much or as little as we desired. We could have just stepped up onto the wall, have someone take ...

Our Tour of Beijing Day 1

A travel blog entry by ekwidun

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3

... are adopting from China and they are part of our group.

Our tour started with a bus ride to Hutong, where I got to ride a rickshaw. The rickshaw ride was amazing. I learned that the houses in Hutong are over 800 years old. We met someone who lives there. He gave us a tour of his house. He had pigeons that he raised for racing and some pets (two cats and ...

Beijing

A travel blog entry by poridley

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... to say health and safety would have shut it down years ago in England! But I had a good hour or so wandering up and down the wall and taking loads of photos. It was cool but also literally bloody freezing so eventually my feet and hands need to get back to warmth so I went back down and got the bus back to the hostel via the tube. I chilled at the hostel then at night I went on the tube to Tiananmnan Square so I'd seen that. You couldn't get into it but it looked ...

China

A travel blog entry by akwonton

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... Wall hosted by a university in China or to go without. I chose to go with the university hosts because I wanted to interact with university students in China. The experience was well worth it.}I've heard that this particular university trip to Beijing is one of the best each year. My friends Caitlin and Bryan will both be on it with me as well. I have high expectations -- it's the Great Wall. Hong Kong was a tiny blip in my experience of China. I wish I had ...

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This resort is located in the 房山 area of Beijing.
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