Jundu Tourist Villa

Address: No.12 Shuiku Road, Changping District, Beijing, 102200, China | Resort
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This resort is located in the Changping District area of Beijing.
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    Not a very good day to end on

    A travel blog entry by spersephone on Dec 11, 2014

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    ... there, and I sent out messages asking if anyone was there, and where we should meet. We wandered into the clothes market, but it wasn't all that interesting. We then headed towards Starbucks, simply to find somewhere to sit and relax while we waited. They were really busy, so we went upstairs and outside and sat down in the cold night air. Then I spied a chocolate lounge, so we went into there and ordered hot chocolates. By this time it was around 7:30 and we'd heard ...

    Leg 2

    A travel blog entry by davidwshih on Mar 29, 2014

    ... was great not having to be so crowded with luggage and all.

    It was actually quite easy to miss the doors that you need for international transfers (they need better signage), but since I know this airport like the back of my head, I had no problems.

    You have to take a train from the departure area to Terminal E for ...

    Beijing Day 2

    A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah on Dec 08, 2013

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    ... Ghandi, and there's no mention of him making people disappear, slaughtering thousand of people due to their intelligence, the red youth movement or anything of Tiananmen. Apparently everything is "fighting for truth, peace and justice", "liberated thinking", "new democracy" and "Chinese overcome Imperial aggression". My favourite is definitely the one about the CPC (Chinese Communist Party) striving for peace by crushing their oppposition, who were only out for war (section ...

    The Final Count Down :)

    A travel blog entry by dna.livinglarge on Jul 11, 2013

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    ... are known as Shi or Foo Dogs and were there for protection. The bigger they are the more important the building.    So after spending our morning being tourists we decided it was high time we got back into the heart of the city for some food and after a few diversion (one which diversion led to a memorable photo of Darren and Marilyn) We got to the market and went in search of food, this is the same ...

    Beijing - History and Culture

    A travel blog entry by ryness on Nov 27, 2012

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    ... of winter the city would be. The day still young, we headed over to the 2008 Olympic site. The Chinese government spent something in the ball park of $42 billion on the Beijing Olympics and you could see why, with a train line built specifically with stops in the Olympic Park as an example of their deep pockets. This site is famous for having the most Olympic sporting venues in one place. Including Birds Nest stadium, the swimming arena, tennis, you name it. ...