N.E. Hotel

Address: No.10 Yueya Allay, Dongsi Liutiao, Dongsi North Street, Dongcheng district, Beijing, 100010, China | 3 star hotel
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      Last Full Day in Beijing

      A travel blog entry by meznglenn on Oct 02, 2014

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      ... little children are so cute and curious about us and love to say hello and interact. There is a little boy kicking a ball with his grandparents do we join in the game and he thinks it's great. There is an undercover fresh food market just down the street. Because everything is so close the people buy their meat and vegetables fresh each day. We get to go in and have a look. There is duck cooking in a rotisserie out the front and the steamers ...

      Chinese Roofs

      A travel blog entry by nietsreuef on Apr 03, 2014

      91 photos

      ... marvel in itself, but the glazed tiles offer a platform for every imaginable sort of symbology.

      The material, for example, is said to shed water so handsomely that it "streamlined" the flow of rainwater into pearl-like droplets, symbolizing 'heavenly wealth' and securing prosperity. The tiles have natural lines, horizontal and vertical. Roofs, especially the green color, are supposed to replicate bamboo, a sign of ...

      Tyler in Beijing

      A travel blog entry by jimandbettina on Jan 14, 2014

      36 photos

      ... filled with people enjoying the sunny morning. They were singing, dancing, playing instruments, playing sports, and practicing tai Chi, exercising in the outdoor gym, or simply strolling along the paths. Jason, our tour guide said it is very common for groups of people to meet daily for exercise, socializing, and fun! We watched several different groups; some with speakers, and microphones and some dancers who had elaborate costumes. Crowds gathered to watch the ...

      Day 6- Beijing

      A travel blog entry by cassileekahn on Jun 24, 2013

      3 comments, 8 photos

      ... really delish, some unique veg stir fries in great layers of flavour :)

      Was nice again not to have to worry about translating and working out what to eat.

      Then we drove quite a while to summer palace where the emperor used to spend a few months of the year and watch the navy train in the man-made lake.

      Really incredible how big this lake is and how natural it looks...Again, I was astounded at their ability to plan & build these structures such a ...

      Fun, Fun, Fun!!!

      A travel blog entry by bmlevinson on Nov 03, 2012

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      ... and the Forbidden City. Tiananem Square was an eye opener. Going through security, we were waved right through. No one cared about checking us. Meanwhile, a 20 year old was patted down, his bag checked, the whole 9 yards. Tiananem was a must see, but not that great. There are these huge TVs that are supposed to be constantly streaming news, but for some reason while we were there it wasn't showing news. We asked a man to take our picture who was ...