Kelamayi Xuelian Hotel

Address: No.17 Xiju South Street, Fengtai District, Beijing, 100073, China | Resort
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This resort, located in the Fengtai District area of Beijing, is near Museum of the Chinese Revolution, Hall of Great Harmony (Taihe Dian), Beijing Capital Museum, and Anantara Spa By The Great Wall.
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Part One is Complete

A travel blog entry by edenbee on Oct 24, 2014

Made it through leg one relatively unscathed. The food was interesting. It did feel like a long flight though. I guess 11 plus hours is long. I didn't get much sleep and by the end I was feeling really really stir crazy. I am now in Beijing with a few hour layover until my flight to Bangkok. It is around 5:30pm now. I don't want to sleep yet as I am trying to ...

Embracing China So Much

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Dec 03, 2013

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... and Tuesdays are my crazy days.

During dinner, I explained to Anthony why I was so happy to be back in China next semester. It will provide me the chance to do other things. My experience here has been great and I have made the best decision of my life. Beside, a semester of study abroad is only four months actually. Time goes by fast. I might as make the most out of it.

I will miss Anthony. He has been a great roommate. So far in college, my roommates tended ...

The Rest of Beijing

A travel blog entry by nomad143 on Nov 30, 2013

... tricks and acrobatics done on hanging hild ropes, not to mention the Kung fu itself, which included seeing metal bars broken on foreheads, people lying on beds of nails, and people balancing on spears. I left the theater and all I could think was how amazing it had been. The building itself was interesting as well. it's called the Red Theater, and the outside of the building is covered in what appears to be intricately cubed bright red scaffolding that is ...

The Transitory Nature of Writing in the Temple

A travel blog entry by solabusca on Jul 03, 2013

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... services as a guide to the City.

Once we finally crossed into the city, it was a little better. We passed through the nine-by-nine gates (the number 9 being reserved for the Emperor alone, and being incorporated into the architecture whenever possible). The Forbidden City is a walled palatial enclave, the home of the Emperor, his servants, his officials and his concubines. The yellow-roofed buildings (again, a colour reserved ...

Tiananmen Sq and the Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by mrandmrstopp on Aug 31, 2012

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... s in there! Creepy lady knew we weren't impressed given the looks and comments we were giving her.

Anyway! The size of the place is unbelievable. Apparently work begun in 1420 and took around 15 years to complete. And, just so it wouldn't take forever to build, over a million workers were used in the build. It was created as the Imperial palce for the royal families at the time, beginning with the Ming Dynasty right through to the Qing Dynasty. So it housed Emperors ...