Songliu Guest House

Address: Building 7, Cuiyangliu South Alley, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100021, China | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

China town ?

A travel blog entry by liznjohntravels on Apr 21, 2015

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... is very user friendly and incredibly busy, with all stops in English as well as Chinese- this is probably an inheritance from when the Olympics was held here. To cross the roads, which are 6 lanes wide, around the centre, you have to use the underpass ( which also leads to the sights and to the subway). These have bag security checks in place, (since the troubles at Tiananmen Square), with guards standing by. Once through this queue you ...

Day 14

A travel blog entry by abbeystravel on Jun 04, 2014

... is full of trees and unique rock formations with flowers and some water features. It is also contains some pavilions for resting and some that had little shops inside. After completing our tour of the Forbidden City, we made our way across the street to the Wan Chun Pavilion. This are is known as the "turtle" portion in Feng Shu (or back) of the Forbidden City. I was truly surprised at myself for making it ...

Day 5 - Beijing

A travel blog entry by callie-lucy on Apr 28, 2014

6 photos

... stall of fake mulberry handbags (without even glancing at it), the lady on the stall grabbed my arm and wouldn't let go until I firmly pulled away! After a brief look around we headed back to the hostel. We had dinner in the hostel - vegetable fried rice and dumplings to share, as we do for all of our meals - and ate with chopsticks effortlessly (well, almost). Then did another of our nightly strolls around the local streets and through two street markets. A relaxing end to a great ...

Wriggly food

A travel blog entry by julie.tennett on Sep 11, 2013

... amazing. It is a narrow street, lined on both sides by food stalls. The photos say it all. Nothing was safe from being roasted and skewered, and sometimes skewered whilst still wriggling. The crowds were obviously loving their night out. And adjacent to this gourmet's delight were the very upmarket shops, with apple having pride of place.

Another very busy day but great experience. We were exhausted but still found the energy for an hour or so of Quiddler before calling it a day.

Hitting the wall and The Great Wall

A travel blog entry by jmfaulkenberry on Mar 10, 2013

1 comment, 35 photos

... farming land from non-farming land. The Mongol army, due to horses, was very fast. Genghis Khan united the Mongols and developed a very strong army. Males grew up like natural soldiers, learning to ride horses at age three and shoot a bow at age five. The Chinese emperor Qin (memorize this guy as his name will continue to come up) allowed different sections of the wall to link up. This occurred in 221 BC. The Han Dynasty built the majority of the wall. Any section of the wall you can ...