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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      Travel Blogs from Miyun County

      The Wall Part II The Bright Side

      A travel blog entry by 60daysinchina on Oct 26, 2014

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... locals here selling trinkets or water and we had amazing weather for the hike. It reminded me of hiking Talcott Mountain back home in Connecticut. There was a cool dry breeze, a few spots of color here and there dotting the landscape but most of the foliage had already turned and fallen from the trees. The sun was shining brightly but with little heat in a bright blue sky. It was by far the best day of the trip. It was the perfect ending to my time in ...

      Chapter 5 - My First Week at School

      A travel blog entry by ace241191 on Aug 16, 2014

      5 comments, 12 photos

      ... who we are convinced has a crush on me) “Do you like Lol?”, “What is the weather like in Engbang?” and “When do you move on? I hope it is not soon as I don’t want you to go”.

      In the past week I have been teaching them, I have become very attached to them and their funny ways although it can be a challenge in class at times. To match their culture, Chinese students are reluctant to give away answers by volunteering as they see ...

      Day 4 - Great Wall

      A travel blog entry by meraz on Jul 29, 2014

      20 photos

      ... Wall' plaques, etc. We parked and walked some distance in the heat (35 deg?) to the shuttle bus. After which we had a pretty steep walk to get to the Cable Car. At this stage there was not too much evidence of the Chinese pushing in. Everyone was quite orderly in the queue for the cable car. I messed up my attempts to take photos as we entered the cable car to some derision from the children. However, I managed to take some on the ...

      Beijing, smog city

      A travel blog entry by watso on Apr 23, 2013

      2 comments, 15 photos

      ... because everything is runned down, you get haggled to buy all these cheap souvenirs and the streets would be deserted if it wasnt for the tourists looking at the birds nest. We paid to go into the birds nest, it was allright but felt a bit dirty. Kindof like our own sad olymplic stadium. Then we ate dumplings (again. Getting tired of these) and visited a beautiful temple, the Lama temple. It used to be homeof the emperor a few ...

      Welcome! We will provide excellent senile to you!

      A travel blog entry by adamandlara55 on Sep 25, 2012

      3 comments

      ... our lives through crowds of migrating Chinese in the rain with backpacks hanging off us. It's difficult to explain on here how hilarious this situation was but we were laughing as Chinese born and bred Michael ducked and weaved and tried to keep track of his charge. We made it with 5 minutes to spare and much good humour. The good humour lasted all of five minutes when we realised we were stuck on another bloody sleeper train for 14 ...