Yanqi Huashen Resort

No.25 Yanqing Road, Yanqi Lake, Huairou District, Beijing, China | Resort
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Exploring Beijing

A travel blog entry by adventureisus


... staring at me.

Yesterday we went to the Summer palace. The coolest thing I saw was the bird that looked like a Magpie. And the second coolest thing was the Budha Incence Tower. We went on a paddle boat around a lake and we had to walk down more than 100 stairs. There are lots of people and they want to shake my hand, talk to me and take photos with me because of my blond hair. We had a ride in a Tuk-Tuk. Last night we went out for tea and ...

China's Number Three

A travel blog entry by planetlars

... of residence would explain why later, when I was really embracing the karaoke session that ensued with vocal and gesticulate gusto, that the police and China's Number Three Leader's body guards came knocking and telling the little girls who stood by outside our private room for us to keep it down. We'd been told.

After the tea ceremony had turned into a slightly off-the-rails karaoke session, Gao Shan was under my constant insistence and instruction to get ...

Final Days in Beijing...

A travel blog entry by chloecd


... been extremely hot today. I'm really surprised that I'm not horrifically burnt as I forgot suncream, but then we did spend a lot of the day inside.

The Silk Market was pretty amazing, although I still really dislike haggling. It would make life so much easier for them and me if they told me a price, and that was a fair price, so that's what I paid. We really have no concept of what prices we can actually get things down to, so it's quite difficult to bargain. ...

Great Wall of China - Chancheng on Boxing Day

A travel blog entry by charinchina


... we left for the smog and crowds of Beijing, each one of us content in the warm glow of having ticked something significant off The Bucket List and of the onset of frostbite in our toes.

That evening Lisa and I ventured out into the night markets of the city and into the bustling hive of the Wangfujing street food. There, I expanded on my culinary repertoire ...

100 green bottles sitting on the Great Wall....

A travel blog entry by laurenpereira


... were used to but something as simple as an English breakfast and a nice cup of tea was a slight home comfort. Feeling very full and content we set off on the metro to Tiananmen Square. The journey was a bargain at around 20p but the phrase "you get what you pay for" springs to mind. The carriages were swarming with people everywhere, worse than the central line on a Monday morning rush hour, and as the only two Western people in the carriage we certainly attracted a lot of ...

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