Bijia Resort

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

Travel Blogs from Beijing

On a Wall, in China

A travel blog entry by madanaki

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... was extensively rebuilt and extended during the Ming Dynasty from the 14th -17th C, after China was united, to keep out the marauding Mongols. The following Qing Dyanasty made peace with the age-old enemy and the wall, no long serving it's purpose, fell into disrepair. Now, some sections of the 5000km structure have been restored for tourist purposes, and it is very, very impressive. It is ...

Some notes on Beijing

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds

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... away when you walk. So when we got back from our mini-expedition to Gubeikou to visit the Great Wall, we decided to get a cab back to the hutong; it is not far from the bus station and shouldn’t cost more than 15 Yuan, about $2.50. What followed was a complex and spectacular miscommunication, the kind that makes all parties wonder if they have stumbled into a parallel universe, where everyone they know has just escaped from a ...

The Temple of Heaven and Tian'amen Square

A travel blog entry by emgoodbrand

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... like the park early in the morning to practise Tai Chi, Yoga, sing, sit and chat and they all play this game a bit like keepy-uppy where they kick a massive shuttlecock between a circle of them. Some of the old guys were so good, they were literally doing handstands and kicking it around! They also do this random dance where they have a ball on a racket and they spin it about like nobody's business and do this mental dancing and never drop the ball, it's ...

Beijing - Slow start but now loving it.

A travel blog entry by hobo-magic

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... and that we lost a bank card, my God its hot out here. Was happy for the air-con in our room.

Woke up on Wednesday and it was a whole new day. Wolfed down the free breakfast. Our hostel is in a Hutong, which used to be everywhere in Beijing but are now only in a couple of square miles of the city. A hutong is basically a collection of tiny alleys, massively interesting to wander around, almost impossible to navigate effectively, hence way we had such trouble finding ...

Midnight Express

A travel blog entry by jadeandrew

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... to Gaobeidian which is where all the furniture markets are. Ken and I wanted to have a look around as when we finish our renovations we want to have a couple of key pieces throughout the house. We wandered around for a couple of hours before we kinda hit the wall and then it was a long walk back onto the main road to find a taxi.
I don't normally drink and last night we drank a lot - well a lot for me anyways, so by this time I was ...

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