Rghcm Garden Resorts

Address: No.2 Xidaqiao Road , Miyun County, Beijing Region, 101500, China | Resort
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This resort is located in the Outskirt area of Miyun County.
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        A challenging day!!

        A travel blog entry by jaimemacleod on Sep 09, 2015

        11 photos

        This morning we woke to the Great Wall and the mountains towering above us. Not an especially restful sleep with such hard mattresses! On the way to our our starting point at Gubeikou (the most invasion-prone section of the wall during the Ming dynasty), Jessie told us some stories. The first was the story about Ms Wang who was a concubine many years ago. She had been sent to the emperor's court at the age of 14 and was a great beauty. Back in those days, the court painter ...

        A night in Beijing

        A travel blog entry by arianapemberton on Jan 18, 2015

        1 comment

        ... hotel and are transferring to I think three main final destinations: Los Angeles, San Francisco and Vancouver (or those are the cities that all the people we've talked to are going to). It's 2am right now, and we got to the hotel after midnight again so my sleeping is going to be so off when I'm home! Our flight is at 4pm tomorrow and I just really hope I can get some sleep on the plane. Our last flight had so many kids on it screaming and crying ...

        The Great Wall

        A travel blog entry by 2swiss on Aug 20, 2013

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        The part of the Great Wall at Jinshanling is the fartest away from Beijing. Hence it doesn't get masses of tourists from the capital.

        We were impressed by the mix of well renovated to crumbly walls and had good fun climbing up and down the steep inclines. It was very strenuous, a bit like the stairs part of Mount Kinabalu.

        We met two young Swiss who had started the hike the previous evening at a place where no entrance fee had to be ...

        43 The Great Wall

        A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Jun 02, 2013

        1 comment, 22 photos

        Day 43

        2 June 2013

        The Great Wall

        The best way to visit some places is to book a tour. Just relax and enjoy the ride. This one included breakfast and lunch as well. A mini bus picked two other travelers and me up at 8 am for the two hour drive to Mutianyu, north of Beijing. The Chinese wall was built over two thousand years ago and runs from Liaoning province all the way to the Goby dessert. They ...

        Gobsmacked on the Great Wall

        A travel blog entry by carpediem365 on Jan 18, 2013

        65 photos

        ... leading from Tower No 4 to Tower No 1. From Tower No 1, I would be able to see portions of the unrestored wall. Well, this little trek up the stairs was not a walk in the park. Snow and ice lingered on the stairs, and the stairs--let's just say they are less than even and incredibly steep in places. We had a couple older folks in our group that I knew would not be making it to the desired outlook. It was great exercise and ...