720 Family Hotel

Address: Room 720, Building 5, Xinglong Dushi Xinyuan, Chongwenmen Wai Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100062, China | B&B
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Our First Day of Touring

A travel blog entry by dave-sue on Nov 17, 2014

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... like. Each rickshaw carried two people: Dave and Brennan shared one and Sue and Jo rode in another. It was an enjoyable ride through the bustling streets along a pretty lake. The family home that we visited was tiny, about 500 s.f. All 25 of us sat around three tables in the living room. The home did not have a bathroon, only a squatter in a building outside shared by the 10 families that lived in the courtyard. They did not have a shower ...

Day 67: The Forbidden City, Beijing

A travel blog entry by mfln31 on Mar 09, 2014

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Lauren here.

This morning we decided that the day would be spent checking out The Forbidden City, Tian'Anmen Square and possibly the Temple of Heaven Park, but that was perhaps a bit over-ambitious! The walk to the entrance to The Forbidden City including a stop for lunch (delicious hand-made noodles with vegetables and chicken in black bean sauce) took longer ...

Day 34 - Missing the Train to Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by costin on Nov 02, 2013

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... best. What I do know is that we should have had plenty of time and I also know that we were there ready to get the train with 20 mins until the train left. What I also now know, which I hadn't previously is that boarding for the Hong Kong train from Beijing shuts 20mins before the train departs! The metro journey to Beijing West took us a lot longer than we had anticipated, as Beijing West is strangely difficult to get to for a major transport hub. It isn't a ...

China - Beijing

A travel blog entry by kcullivan on Jun 20, 2013

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... to join hands to thank the audience, groups of people started leaving for what seemed like the next tour. They were even leaving as the acrobats were bowing. It was so rude. I felt sorry for the poor entertainers. At least give them the courtesy of staying for 2 more minutes and thanking them for putting their lives on the line for the sheer sake of entertainment. Afterward, I grabbed a bite and walked around the beautiful Hou Hai lake area which is surrounded by bars ...

Viewing the Presidential Election from China

A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Nov 13, 2012

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... 8217;s relations with the Islamic world", stating that Republicans are too aggressive and they have a love for war. Reporting as a study abroad student in China, it's pretty clear that the majority of people here were rooting for Obama. So although America was split over which president to choose, this side of the world was behind Obama, which I found pretty interesting.

November also brought a new president in China, Xi Jinping, who is replacing ...