Cpul Hotel

Address: No.27 Fuxue Road, Changping District, Beijing, 102200, China | Resort
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This resort is located in the Changping District area of Beijing.
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    Dishonor on you, dishonor on your cow....!

    A travel blog entry by americangeisha on May 08, 2015

    ... side of him all night.

    We started at karaoke. Now, China doesnt screw around with karaoke... We walked into an enormous building that looked like the outside of a concert venue, lit up with neon lights, and into a vast open foyer with white marble floors, glass staircase and TV screens playing dance music. After walking up to the concierge desk and checking in (much like you would a hotel) we were shown to our private karaoke booth done up with mirrored walls, leather ...

    Savoring History

    A travel blog entry by lindsaypund on Jun 15, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... down was a long and winding metal slide and we flew down on our toboggans. Rounding out our superb day in Beijing, we had Peking Duck for dinner. Peking Duck is a roast duck and is considered the national dish of China. It has been around since the Southern and Northern Dynasties (420 to 589) and has a rich history. As I mentioned earlier, learning history from a textbook can be enjoyable, but tangibly walking along and savoring history is ...

    Quality Time with Others

    A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Dec 08, 2013

    12 photos

    ... Sara called me and ordered me to go to brunch with her and Karena. I quickly got up and packed my bag. We walked over to Sculpting in Time outside of west gate, since its wifi was fast. Walking there was scaring due to the air. I covered my mouth with my sleeve.

    At the cafe, I got an English breakfast and it came with a coffee. Normally, I do not drink coffee, but I needed it to survive finals. Need something to keep me awake.

    I ...

    Some notes on Beijing

    A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on Sep 24, 2013

    5 comments, 9 photos

    ... it is permissible to turn right on red. The protocol is a little different in Beijing though; here it is not necessary to stop first, or even to slow down. Consequently when the signal changes and the walk sign turns green, you really need to look left, twice – first as you step out to cross the bike lane, where bikes and motorcycles will be buzzing through to turn right, and then again when you hit the first car lane, where the cars ...

    China Redefines Huge

    A travel blog entry by fstclair on Mar 31, 2013

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... in China. Pedestrians walk at their own peril. There was a special 11 am Mass in English. The music for Mass depended solely on the voices of those attending Mass as the organist was caught up in a flight delay somewhere between Paris and Beijing. St. Joseph's is located in the center of the Wangfujing shopping area. After Mass we walked around the Wangfujing area to get some exercise. The huge shopping malls were busy and there were lots ...