Citycourt Hotel

Address: No.14 Liulisi Alley, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100009, China | 3 star hotel
 
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      Heaven, Hutong and a Train

      A travel blog entry by travelingma on Jul 19, 2014

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      ... may be due to the intense heat and humidity which is causing me to melt.

      Soon it was time to catch the train to Xi'an, our next stop and home to the terra cotta soldiers.
      The train station was bustling and we carried our carry ons for what seemed like hours but was actually about 20 minute walk) which were heavy due to the fact that all liquids, lotion, creams, etc. plus ALL valuables had to be carried in my carry which ...

      All You Can Eat and Drink!

      A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Apr 23, 2014

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      ... Google translate is beyond awful with translating Chinese. It always comes up with Chinglish. I actually had to edit a resume from Chinglish to proper English for a Chinese guy. It was the worst thing ever. I had no idea what the guy was trying to say. One sentence said, "To charge analysis of data." WTH!?!

      When I was done with tutoring, I went to work on some papers. I called Mohini too. We talked for a few minutes to catch up.
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      A very Personal Beijing

      A travel blog entry by kevandhazel on Aug 08, 2013

      37 photos

      ... We saw fantastic landscapes, natural beauty and many historic highlights but also badly polluted cities and crazy traffic. We met a lot of very nice, open and curious people who were very keen to know more about us. We were never alone and missed perhaps sometimes a bit of “peace and quiet” and wished for a bit less of spitting and cursing. We had great food, super cheap beer and weird snacks.

      In summary we had a great time in China and sure will be back to see more.
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      Rain rain rain!!

      A travel blog entry by hannah_leigh on Oct 21, 2012

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... enough! We'll just have to get over the duck and get on with our lives!! Luck is definitely not on our side tho coz we are back in the hostel in the warm, ordered food and have just been told the power is out in the kitchen so now we're waiting for it to be fixed before eating... Our poor bellies!!!! Left the hostel for some food finally found somewhere that does Peking duck it has nothing on crispy ...

      Beijing so far...

      A travel blog entry by sallymac18 on Aug 03, 2012

      8 photos

      ... next half hour trying to hail a taxi. (the taxi drivers here aren't very nice and hardly want to take you anywhere - so nasty!)
      The bar stip was really pretty along the river and the places we went to were cool. One place had a live band, then a traditional chinese man doing kungfu/dancing then pole dancers!! It was very random.
      We went to about 5 or 6 different bars and after one too many cocktails, we finally headed back to the hostel.

      Today I met ...