Pinggu Jinhaihu Ziyue Wentao Resort

No.3 Jinhaihu Fuba, Pinggu District, Beijing, 101201, China | Resort
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Truly Touristy Times

A travel blog entry by rpalmer_13 on Jan 28, 2014

33 photos

... a decent book about it because, since it's winter, most of the souvenir shops were closed and typical bookstores don't have English books. The place is huge! We spent a couple hours just wandering and I could have spent much more except the wind coming off the lake was freezing. There's this "corridor" that borders the lakeside that the Empress who really loved the palace built so ...

Day 4 - The Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by nthnbrwn on Oct 29, 2013

31 photos

... drive to the wall, but that was nothing compared to the 7/8 hour jeep drives in India. At least en route, there was plenty of sights to see and take photos of to keep us all entertained. Arrived at the entrance of the wall just after 9am and I didn't know this but there was 1008 steps you have to climb up before you reach the wall. Cold, geared up and raring to go, I was off. Started off pretty well and then the steps changed in height distance, then they changed ...

The bullet train and first night in Beijing

A travel blog entry by gibsonmg on Jul 09, 2013

Dad and I woke up very early to catch the 9 AM train from Shanghai to Beijing. Maggie Song did some great negotiating with a porter to get our bags on to the train. Our seats were not that great and dad tried to fight some battles for us to get better seats but he was at a disadvantage without Maggie there. So we sat in seats without windows at all. The ride itself was not horrible and did ...

The One with the Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by aaron.joseph on Nov 17, 2012

3 comments, 26 photos

... br> From there we went into the Forbidden City, which was a palace and a workplace for the emperors. Normal folk would not be allowed in there. Good thing my group had celebrity friends like Connor and me to get us backstage passes into the city. Inside the walls were the types of buildings you would think of when you thought of Chinese architecture. That is because these buildings were built between 1406 and 1420. Unreal. We walked in and saw the throne of the emperor and ...

Day 11- A Long and Dusty Road

A travel blog entry by rburrows92 on Jul 06, 2012

6 comments, 4 photos

... it's disgraceful. I won't name any names, especially because some of them could read my blog...but I just don't think it's right. These teachers work hard and I feel like it's kind of a smack in the face to not take their hard work seriously. Many of the students are treating this program like a vacation and, in a way, it is, but that does not mean that you can completely check out and disregard the people who have paid for you to be here...

Alright, off my soapbox. Sorry ...


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