Songliu Guest House

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

Day 27

A travel blog entry by jas20j on Jul 08, 2015

... found Empress's marble boat. Grace told us of the stories of the Dowager entertaining herself in front of the boat's mirrors as she took her tea.

Next was a boat ride across the man-made Kunming Lake on a dragon boat. This gave great views over Longevity Hill and its Buddhist temple. Nearby we viewed the seventeen arch bridge which links to the island shaped like a tortoise, also ...

China - Beijing & Great Wall

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jul 09, 2014

104 photos

... emperors and empresses. In 1860, it was brutally burned down by the Anglo-French Forces. The garden had to be rebuilt at least twice (1866 and again 1902). In 1914, the Summer Palace was opened to the public as a private property of the Qing imperial family and was formally opened as a park in 1924. Only then the ordinary people had a chance to enter the garden.

Of course, we managed to to visit the most important parts of the Summer Palace, such as:

Our First City in China

A travel blog entry by kevdeeworldtour on May 10, 2014

7 comments, 88 photos

... wear nappies or underwear but ‘go commando’ under trousers which are split at the ****** – so they just squat where they like or are held over the rubbish bins when they need to go – took the formality out of the Square :-)!! Lots of Chinese soldiers on guard or marching throughout – Kevin nearly got knocked down by one such platoon – ...

Northern Capital

A travel blog entry by tomandlotus on Oct 27, 2013

18 photos

... At the end of the hike we wanted to tip her but she insisted on giving (selling) us a t-shirt in compensation for our tip. As i headed back, quietly listening to Lotus snore, I thought of the amazing effort and organization that must have gone into such a construction. Being English my history knowledge tends to focus on Europe and the rise of it in the 18th century, however long before the Chinese had advanced civilizations and was not until the 17th century did Europe start ...

Day 4 Hong Kong to Beijing

A travel blog entry by thedcworld on May 05, 2013

6 photos

... br>
We took about 3 or 4 trains to get to the hostel we were staying at, did you know how stuffy they get when the train is crowded with people. Anyway as I was saying when we got of the train and started walking to our hostel it was going dark and when we got to the street the hostel was down I was like wow this is so different and creepy compared to what we get ...