Qingyunge Hotel

Address: No.33 Qianmen Dazhalan West Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100051, China | Resort
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        2.50 of 5 stars Fair

        Travel Blogs from Beijing

        Today we visited the Forbidden City.

        A travel blog entry by jimpat on Aug 26, 2014

        18 photos

        ... to some garden areas. From the Forbidden City we crossed the street to Jingshan Park. There we climbed the man-made hill which is the highest point in Beijing. The dirt to create the hill was excavated from the Forbidden City moat. At the top we sat and enjoyed the view. We then wandered through some hutongs which we would call alleyways back towards our hotel. We enjoyed a yummy ice cream bar and picked up a few white peaches to enjoy later. Back at ...

        How to See Beijing in 36 Hours

        A travel blog entry by the_stamms on Aug 03, 2014

        194 photos

        ... him Motrin, held a cool compress on his head, and basically took turns half sleeping for the next three or four hours. We were both very worried. Around 5 a.m., I think, he finally settled into an unlabored sleep. We were supposed to be downstairs in less than an hour for breakfast, followed by our tour of the Great Wall we had booked a few days before. We had a choice: wake Sebastian up and take the tour, or let him sleep and figure it out later. It really wasn’t a ...

        Heaven, Hutong and a Train

        A travel blog entry by travelingma on Jul 19, 2014

        13 photos

        ... had been at. Turns out that was heat! No wonder the room was not cooling down. You needed to put it on 100. The room never got really cool, but it was tolerable. The beds were supposedly the soft beds (Chinese trains have hard seat, soft seat, hard bed, soft bed classifications) but the bed was still fairly hard. I slept on the comforters from two beds (the upper and bottom bunk) doubled up. Apparently it worked because I slept through the night. ...

        Went to a Forbidden City today!

        A travel blog entry by hreljacsinasia on Nov 20, 2013

        2 photos

        ... is a dream come true I must say that it takes a toll on the body and it's important to take it easy once in awhile (something tells me I'll get no sympathy from anyone on that one aha) so it ended up being a perfect way to spend the day. After waking up from a great nap Jord and I relaxed in the super warm and cozy common room where we ordered awesome pizza and hung out which was lovely. Tomorrow we're in for a very big day though so I'm glad that I got to recharge.
        Love talia xo

        Advice should always be taken!

        A travel blog entry by fleep on Apr 27, 2013

        3 photos

        ... Even a sleeper would have done the trick. “My poor lovely friends,” I will say. “ ...