Huayi Tianlun Water World

No.29 Nan'erlizhuang, Dongzhimen Wai Main Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100027, China | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Chill Day

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Sep 26, 2013

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... care because I just wanted to get it over with.

When we were done with the dictation, I turned in mine and my professor's jaw dropped. She said out loud, "Benny, you have a good memory." I was shocked and said, "I so thought I failed it. I expected to get a low score and would lose face when I showed it to my tutor." Everyone laughed.

For our lesson, we learned about how to talk about time.

After class, Anthony, Monica, Stephanie, Karena, ...

Chinese New Year!!

A travel blog entry by markandjade on Feb 07, 2013

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... painfully bad consisting of a bloke putting a snakes head in his mouth ("that's nothing mate, I ate a spider the other night!"). Then another man came on and bent a mental rod with his throat. Welcome to China! The second temple fair was at Longtan Park which turned out to be very similar to the first, a bit disappointing but we still had a good time. Jade put me to shame on a darts game by popping 4 balloons to my 1 (I wasn't playing properly anyway haha) and ...

Rainy day at The Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by mattcmc22 on Jul 31, 2012

1 comment, 10 photos

... and is just north of Tiananmen. After that, we just pushed our way through the tour groups and saw as much as we could in about an hour or so. Halfway through my jeans and sneakers were pretty soaked, so we kept moving. What really makes the Forbidden City special is the incredible scale it is built on. We didn't even scratch the surface as far as the different halls and rooms we could see. After exiting the Forbidden ...

Surviving a Chinese stopover

A travel blog entry by damienmathews on Jun 21, 2012

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... a taxi. I showed the driver my destination (which, in a rare
moment of foresight, I’d written in Chinese characters) and we set off. His
English was quite good and before long I was telling him about my holiday. At
one point he said “you’ll have to visit the Summer Palace next time you come

This confused me somewhat, as I thought the Summer Palace
was our current destination. No, he informed me, the Chinese characters ...

Another Erik in the Wall

A travel blog entry by eriklang on Mar 26, 2012

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... complexes, most notably the “Birds Nest” (where the track and field events were held) and the “Water Cube” (the natatorium made famous by Michael Phelps). I think we all kind of had the same “take it or leave it” attitude about the place. Nice to see, but not a bucket list item like the Great Wall.

When I got back, my blog writing was interrupted by conversations with a handful of hip ...

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