Tianlongyuan Hot Spring Resort

West of Dengzhuang, Changping Town, Changping District, Beijing, 102200, China | Resort
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A travel blog entry by clagolzo


... some kind of flashmob as they grooved away to the tunes pumping out of someone's ghetto blaster. It was great! Apparently it started as a small group of local people just getting out for some exercise, and now it's just got massive! Sometimes the police even move them on!

Also in Beijing we saw lots of interesting food on sale at various markets:


My Chinese Needs Work

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... My professor had to constantly correct my pronunciation. At the end, she said, "Benny, you need to practice more. You can write the characters, but your pronunciation needs work." Before going on break, she told me that I needed to work on my pronunciation with my tutor.

Another thing I will not do in Chinese is speaking with the Beijing accent, which is adding the r sounds to certain words. I can not do the r sound and I don't like the sound of ...

Finally Beijing

A travel blog entry by tinoluz


... lots of history, we met with our China Tour guide, "Jingle Bell" pr "Jing for short.

We straight to our hotel stayed at Four Points, Sheraton.

I will posting more pictures here in Beijing since we stayed here for 3 - 4 nights.

Going out in Beijing

A travel blog entry by arielle.rylands


... Chinese distilled alcohol generally 40% - 60% and a big part of Chinese culture. Despite tasting absolutely disgusting, Baijiu isn't too bad, it warms you up for those cold nights out and gets the conversation going! We were warned before the welcome banquet about Baijiu and it definitely lived up to its reputation. This night almost all of the interns headed into Sanlitun entertainment district of Beijing. ...

Great Wall and the Summer Palace - Bye Bye Beijing

A travel blog entry by gdarmo


... seats.

Seth had been trying a few ATMs to draw cash out on his Korean bank card, but it wasn't letting him, so we found another ATM and he tried his American credit card... The machine swallowed it. It meant Seth had about $15 to see him through another 36 hours in Beijing. This wasn't good. We walked round Gulou anyway, just to see if there was any chance of Peking Duck - we never found anywhere, but it was a cool area with lots of cheap bars and some hostels which ...


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