Crab Island Hot Spring Village Resort

No.1 Xiedao Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100018, China | Resort
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This resort, located in the Shunyi District area of Beijing, is near 798 Space, Ming Tombs (Ming Sishan Ling), and Dong Hua Men Night Market.
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    Day 292/297 - Silence on Tianamen Square / Silenci

    A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Jun 05, 2014

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    ... Ariana masters the process of buying the ticket from the vending machine) and by bus ("one person, one yuan") and got used to always carry in your pocket a card with the name in Chinese of the place we were going and also our hotel’s card, in case we had to come back by taxi. Communication is sometimes hard! We finally rented a bike and we rode around the Bei Hei and Jingshan parks and streets around: most of ...


    A travel blog entry by beaudadams on Oct 25, 2013

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    ... hour, there was a massive rubber ducky just like the one that was in Sydney a while ago, also lots and lots of other boats. The crowds were pretty bad too, especially for out of season. Walking in some areas was a complete traffic jam thanks to some strollers and stupid people. Like driving in China people don’t seem to understand flow. They bottle neck at every opportunity and rather than wait they just spread out so that no one can move past them going the opposite ...

    Our View of China

    A travel blog entry by beijingblitz on Oct 07, 2013

    ... on Chinese hygiene, I promise. Fact-a LOT of Chinese folks eat a LOT of raw and cooked garlic, including sucking on the bulbs whole when they feel an illness coming on. Fact-there are a high number of folks who do not have the best history when it comes to dental hygiene and it complicates the garlic issue. Fact-a LOT of Chinese folks do not evidently wear deodorant. I do not know why. You can find it in the stores that carry Western ...

    Qing Ming Jie

    A travel blog entry by mysky on Apr 04, 2013

    4 photos

    ... in the work world-- we see our priorities by looking at where we spend our time. I wish in America that we had such a holiday-- where we spend time to reflect on where we come from and to pay gratitude to those who have paved their paths for us. I wonder if better understanding our roots would help us better understand how we can value those around us and maximize our one life.

    Besides the throngs of people, the next thing you'd ...

    Darker than Normal

    A travel blog entry by claypuddles on Aug 17, 2012

    It's just one of those days where you don't want to be noticed. Usually, I'll go for the crowd, I'll sing and dance with the friends, but I want today to slow down and eventually come to an end.

    The stares, they're getting to me. That wasn't a typo- stares, gawks, "gazes frozen in time"- all relevant. I am African American- yes. I am an African American woman- yes. I ...