Oriental Garden Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

No.6 Dongzhimen Nan Street Dongcheng District, Beijing, Beijing, 100027, China
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  • Couples62
  • Solo92
  • Business79

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Forum Posts

How to get a "I Have Climbed The Great Wall" bronze souvenir and sent itb

by mechever64

Hi you all,

my mother visited The Great Wall some years ago and she did not realize that there was a chance to get one of this bronze souvenirs with the "I Have Climbed The Great Wall" certificate. One friend of her was also there and she got this climbing certificate and now my mother is really sad for not have it too. Is there any chance to get one of these "I Climbed" souvenirs and deliver it to Spain? I shall provide the data required to fill the certificate and, if necessary, some proves of her climbing like pictures or booking or travel tickets. I'll appreciate any mail address or email address to establish contact. Thank you very much,

Re: How to get a "I Have Climbed The Great Wall" bronze souvenir and sent itb

by GraceHu

I'm touched by your love for your mom and I'm glad she had a good memory here in China.I've seen this bronze souvenirs before.Is it rectangular and has the image of The Great Wall on the right side and the certificate written in Chinese and English and the carved name and date on the back?You don't need proves,only your mom's name and the date she climbed is necessary.My opinion is that the memory of the travel is far meaningful than the souvenirs,right?Best wishes to you and your mom. yininghu@hotmail.com

Re: How to get a "I Have Climbed The Great Wall" bronze souvenir and sent itb

by GraceHu

huyining@hotmail.com

Re: How to get a "I Have Climbed The Great Wall" bronze souvenir and sent itb

by frank1973

i am from Tianjin China.i will travel to Jiayuguan,the end pass of the Great Wall in the end of Sep, if possible i can help you get that bronze souvenir, no prove needed, you just send me the data you want to be carved,and if you can send me the souvenirs picture of your mom`s friend, it will help me easy to look for the one you need exactly.
13602009207@139.com

Re: How to get a "I Have Climbed The Great Wall" bronze souvenir and sent itb

by laurence&larry

I'm in Beijing now. I can help you to get that "I Have Climbed The Great Wall" certificate. And I know what it is looks like. My e-mail address: laurence_liuhui@sina.com

Travel Tips for Beijing

Beijing Tourist Center

by John195123

If you need help or anything, you can go to the Beijing Tourist Center, pictured below. I'll try to get the address or at least the cross streets for you. They sell train tickets and may be able to help with other tickets. I didn't go inside, but I thought it could be useful.

do have a great time at the...

by london.gal

do have a great time at the Great Wall of China. If you want to look like a coooool female warrior in the army of Genghis Khan, pay a small sum to ride on a camel --- and then let your thoughts run wild and imagine that you were part of the all-important army of soldiers about to invade China!!!!!!!!!!! Others have horses to brag about. Ah, but you are unique -- you have a long suffering camel to take care of!!!!!!!!

Must Have's in Beijing

by claudia1975

-Comfi daypack for long city strolls
If you dont have good bags at home: in Beijing you can buy very good hard and soft suitcases for incredibly cheap prices if you bargain. Keeping in mind, that in most airlines you are limited to around 20-25 kg and that you might want to shop for clothes and souvenirs in China come with as empty bags as possible. Airlines are very strict and you will pay ridiculously high prices for every kilogramm extra you bring home. If you are tall and not super-slim then enough pants might be a good idea. I wear a German 38-40 (in Levis 30, 34) and found it hard to even fit in Chinese XL pants.
However, at the tourist markets like Hongqiao you get "western" sizes also -medicine against cold and flu
-medicine for all kinds of "female" problems
-any kind of special medicine you might need
- Beijing hotels can be very quiet, but if you are not lucky and have a room facing one of the main streets some ear plugs for the night might be nice - slide film and black and white film
- batteries for your camera
- enough memory cards for your digital camera if you don't bring a laptop to read out the data frequently - warm underwear for the colder season
- comfi shoes for a lot of asphalt-walking
- rain jacket or umbrella - maybe some pictures from your family, friends and hometown for Chinese friends

As a business present in delegations:
- food or liquor specialities from the area you live or work
- any products with your company symbol on it (if company big enough, e.g. Polo-shirts, jacket-pins, calender etc etc)
- wood crafts or arts from your home country

Location of Ming Tombs

by keeweechic

The Ming Tombs are located 50 km northwest of Beijing in amongst a cluster of hills fronted by a small plain. Here is where 13 emperors of the Ming dynasty (1368-1644) were buried, and the area is known as the Ming Tombs.

Sex in Da City

by pgj579 about Houhai Lake Area

My friends and I really enjoyed the HouHai Lake area, much more so than Sanlitun area. HouHai was much more upscale, newer, and trendier, and more importantly had less of the streetside begging and solicitation that Sanlitun had. We really like the bar "Sex in Da City" - good atmosphere inside, rather modern, loud music, comfortable couches, and the best/strongest drinks of any of the bars we went to. I didn't notice a formal dress code, but the people seem to be young professional types

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