N.E. Hotel

No.10 Yueya Allay, Dongsi Liutiao, Dongsi North Street, Dongcheng district, Beijing, 100010, China | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    The City of a Very Long Wall

    A travel blog entry by josh_manning on Jun 13, 2014

    The next morning I woke up early to get my 20 hour seated train which set off just after 9am, when on the train It turned out I was sat opposite a group of Lads from China who could speak a little English, Song Guang Chuan, Tan li Xiang and Tao Jia Lun. These guys were on the train for 10 hours so we chatted and played cards, I taught them Ch************head and in return they taught me the Chinese Card Game, Doudizhu. After the guys left I had a few other people come and go, some ...

    Beijing Day 2

    A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah on Dec 08, 2013

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    ... to get voted in than achieve anything......And who, despite all their election promises, can't achieve anything even if they wanted to because they're sandwiched between the out of touch "Lords" and the unwieldy slowness of a civil service. All 3 organisations it seems, designed in their entirety to prevent change, or at least unashamedly doing so as they're onto a good thing. Anyway, soap box away....refer back to point 1, it does stop a total nutter from making lots ...

    Walked my feet off!

    A travel blog entry by lilynomad on Oct 23, 2013

    ... healthy like the Chinese the medical systems would save a fortune in health and old age related costs!!!

    Another part of Chinese culture which really impresses me is the amount of time families spend with their children. Infants are not dumped into child care to be raised by strangers but are brought up with their own families values instilled into them. The children here appear so much better behaved and happier than so many Western children. As of yet ...

    We Made It!

    A travel blog entry by jillsalus on May 05, 2013


    ... to give him a call. Yup, he's there but had been waiting at the international gate arrivals. As he comes to find us I'm so happy to see 'Robert' that I could hug him. Side note, he confirms that giving himself a western name is for our sake though I'm pretty sure he's just tired of hearing his name brutally mispronounced by us foreigners. Off to the hotel we go. We arrive, check in without much hassle, and proceed to our room. I have never seen a better looking king sized bed in my ...

    Beijingle Bell Rock

    A travel blog entry by puddlejumpers on Sep 13, 2012

    225 photos

    ... t like having their wares photographed.

    After a while, we decided it was time to get lunch nearby. It was a bit early for lunch, but we figured, whatever eating places were nearby, they would be swarmed with people closer to lunch time. And we were right. :) The nearest restaurant we could find was actually attached to the outer wall of the market, accessible from either inside or outside. The menu was (unhelpfully) full of mistranslated ...