Kelamayi Xuelian Hotel

No.17 Xiju South Street, Fengtai District, Beijing, 100073, China | Resort
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Location

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

Walking a wild and dangerous path

A travel blog entry by florachen on May 30, 2014

4 photos

... path. There's a certain sort of feeling that can only be found in such isolated, natural settings. We hiked along this section for around an hour until we reached a militarized section. From here until the end of this section, the wall was blocked off. Instead we had to take a rugged detour off the wall. This detour led us down a steep decline of loose gravel and through thick shrubbery laden with what sounded like bees. Needless to say we were all grateful when ...

Catching Up

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Oct 05, 2013

... for a bit until we decided to go shopping for cleaning supplies.

So, we chose to go to the small shop outside of south gate. As we were walking, we ran into Jesse and he talked with Mohini for a bit. Then, we went off to buy mops because our floors were disgusting. Then we walked back to our dorm.

After that, I went to my room to study Chinese.

Now, I am doing my paper due on Monday.
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Qi gong at the temple and a really Great wall.

A travel blog entry by griceydoesasia on Sep 22, 2013

11 photos

... range. It is truly a great wall.However, compared to the gift shop the Wall was boring. There was loads of the usual tat but amongst it all are some purses on which were printed Chinese philosophies. I say philosophies in the very loosest sense as they had clearly been translated by someone whose grasp of the English language is on a par with Jordan big boobs. Just have a look at the photo of the variety of wise words you could have adorning your snazzy ...

The Great Wall of China!

A travel blog entry by s.whiteside on Oct 04, 2012

299 photos

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If we hadn’t been given this tour itinerary I don’t know how we would have gotten around? Communication was almost impossible, but to have a translating Chinese woman by our side to fill our heads with some interesting traditions and history it was a fantastic experience. Our first day was like a yo-yo between all the popular monuments in the city. The Temple of Heaven, Forbidden City, and Beihai Park ...

Serving the community and dealing with taxis

A travel blog entry by ricao on Aug 06, 2012

1 comment, 60 photos

... bus waiting for us to take us there. Wang Laoshi and Wei Laoshi both decided that we wouldn't be using one this day, for whatever reason, so everyone had to take taxis to the place. Today, there were 18 students (one went home due to illness), 3 language teachers came along with us, plus Wang Laoshi, Wei Laoshi, and us two interns. If you can do math, there are 25 of us total. Each taxi holds 4 passengers max. After ...