Moon Castle International Hotel

Address: No.89 Jianguo Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Back to the future

A travel blog entry by nikhil.sharma on Oct 27, 2014

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... scorpions twitching and impaled on sticks waiting to be fried!

Another good surprise came from the fun we had wandering the hutongs of Beijing. Hutongs are essentially ancient alley ways and down them we found all sorts of interesting places from coffee shops to breweries. Sarah even did a lesson in dumpling cooking at a hutong centre.

After nearly 2 months of travelling and hostels, our stay at the Double Happiness Hotel ...

Challenges in China

A travel blog entry by meganmulray on Jun 17, 2014

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One of the highlights of my week in Beijing so far has been our car conversations. Traffic is very bad in Beijing. While sitting in traffic we really utilize this time to talk about China and the corporate travel industry. Today we had two very important meetings with Microsoft and BCD Travel. Our travel time was a perfect way to prepare our questions and discuss our thoughts before and after these meetings.

Today we had two ...

Zero Motivation

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Apr 01, 2014

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I had two additional classes for the day. So wanted to get out and sleep. I received my midterm grades back.

One of my professor told me, "You wrote this paper better than the one you wrote last semester." I was happy to hear that I was improving.

After my evening class, I ran into Niaya, Andra, and Virginia in the hall on my floor in my dorm. We talked so loud. Whatever. Other foreign students talk so lout too in our dorm.

A Lifting of carriages

A travel blog entry by marrre on Aug 05, 2013

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... The GPS-oriented automatic audioguide helps explain the history and symbolism of the place, and is well worth the extra money. A word to the wise, though: Try going when it's reasonably cool and little to no risk of rain if you want to see anything and keep your eyes from being poked out. If I disliked umbrellas before, I now hate them with every atom of my body. Asians seem to think that they have the right to obstruct other's views and gouge out everyone's eyes as soon as ...

The Trek Home - Stage 2

A travel blog entry by cassnkyle on Dec 15, 2012

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... of stuff we didn't want to lose.

The Beijing Airport is HUGE! Ridiculously huge. We went for Burger King for food and Kyle was happy that he got a Heineken with his combo :)

We were glad we had Joanna with us, it was nice to conversate and chat about different things while eating up time.

Kyle and I had some luck though, because the line to board the plane was crazy long...but since Kyle and I were pretty much at the back of the plane, we were ...