Jingdong No.1 Hotspring Resort

Address: Industry Park, Dongdachang County, Beijing, 065301, China | Resort
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

How to See Beijing in 36 Hours

A travel blog entry by the_stamms on Aug 03, 2014

194 photos

... we hopped in two separate cabs to Tiananmen Square with the Hurtados. As we entered the square, there was a mass forced exodus out of the square. Eerily familiar. Cops and soldiers were corralling people toward the periphery. There was no loitering whatsoever, and I don’t think I’ve ever seen a crowded space of that size be cleared of people so quick. The military and police presence was beyond what I expected. (I later found out we were there on the anniversary of ...

National Centre of Performing arts

A travel blog entry by pembrokepandas on Jul 31, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... couldn't really be more degrading for accomplished musicians to be drowned out by a little boy dressed as a turtle (dressed should be used lightly as he was wearing a pretty skimpy leotard #littlebittooawkz #scarredforlife). And as the music got better the children got louder until after only ONE hour the show ended with a grand finale of the kids singing it's a small world after all, except they couldn't sing it due to them not being able to speak English ...

Another big day for the senses!

A travel blog entry by ccgchina2014 on Apr 09, 2014

13 comments, 25 photos

Left this morning at 8.30 with full performance uniform in hand and wearing casual clothes for a morning of sightseeing. Drove through old Beijing -our tour guide Clint is great-always sharing heaps of info. Walked for about 3kms through Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. It stretched for miles and we couldn't get over the amount of Chinese visitors that were there. It was actually quite easy to keep track ...

More queues - waiting to board at Beijing Airport

A travel blog entry by chevs_abroad on Aug 11, 2013

1 photo

... aback. Xander suggested we try pressing Poor, but we feared that an anonymous figure in a backroom office would announce "Kill them" into a microphone. The same buttons were available today. Some management consultants somewhere have earnt lots of money persuading the Chinese they need this customer satisfaction work. After getting settled on the plane the delay was initially no more than an irritation. We were comfortable, the tvs were on and Jonathan and I were catching ...

A slight breeze

A travel blog entry by ctegtmeier on Dec 31, 2012

2 comments, 14 photos

... in another language. Then came a barrage of Mandarin and some firm menu pointing. Frustrated again, we made an unprecedented second restaurant dash, this time citing a lack of communication and dishonesty in the menu. On the street again, and rather hungry I made a rash decision to head to Wang Fu Jing Street, a popular place I had heard about before coming to Beijing. It was heralded as one of the top places to eat and shop during a visit ...

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