Shuangyang Employees' Training Center

No.41 Qingchun Road, Huairou District, Beijing, China | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Merry Christmas from the Capital

A travel blog entry by annalisekraus


... go! It's way too cold for local people to want to be out, and it is not a tourist season or during a Chinese holiday. So we pretty much had the Great Wall to ourselves, the subways were not too unbearably crowded, and the weather wasn't as cold as I was expecting which was nice.

Our returning flight home, Colleen and I watched "It's A Wonderful Life," and every day I am living this adventure, I am reminded that is definitely is.


The Great Wall

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo


... person. Since it's an agricultural area, everything was really fresh and delicious: boiled quail eggs, tomatoes, cucumbers, eggplant, pigs arm (?), cabbage, pickled vegetables, salad, corn zhou (soup), another soybean soup, tortilla-like things, egg pancake, pigs' ears, and probably more than I can't think of. It was great.

Upstairs, they're building rooms for lodging. The doors and ceiling are amazing. By the stairs ...


A travel blog entry by brenton-alan


8th June

Wishful thinking did not get us a Blue Sky Day. Another day of grey/brown haze. We have not seen the sun since landing in Beijing. Not to worry as we will make the most of our time here enjoyable.

Today we walk to see the forbidden Palace, about a 30 minute walk. There are so many people here, and then i realise its Saturday. Maybe it would not be as crowded during a week day. Little disappointed. There are so ...

Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City and Summer Palace

A travel blog entry by tomdaily


So today's first stop was Tiananmen Square. As we know from the Simpson's nothing happened here in 1989. Our very entertaining tour manager Stone, said they we can openly talk about it on the bus, but if anyone talks about it there, then Stone will mysteriously disappear. Anyway, the amount of people here is overwhelming. People are waiting a few hours just to get a twenty second glimpse of the open casket of Mao. Then the short walk to the Forbidden City. ...

Feeling like another brick in the Great Wall

A travel blog entry by spoggle


... into the street towards the colossal Tiananmen Square. The street our hostel was on was a mix of traditional and touristy China. There was only our hostel and the other one across the road, but there multitude of restaurants and grocery stores suggested this was fairly touristy. That said, there was nothing touristy about the restaurants. Some were very basic cafe types, with just the tables and chairs and menu with pictures on, and the odd crude attempt at translating the menu ...


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