Fushunxuan Hotel

No.27 Meishuguan Back Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100009, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Beijing--Trip to the Great Wall Today

A travel blog entry by rozbp


... the last shopping area, we were all again bombarded by vendors to buy their wares.

The bus ride back to Beijing was long and the traffic was horrendous. It was getting late and we still had one stop left; some of the 2008 Olympic facilities. Of course, the most famous is the Birdsnest; site of the opening and closing ceremonies as well as a competition site. Its call Birdsnest because the massive steel ...

Beijing part 2: Days 4-5

A travel blog entry by reinapaul


... the sides of the walls eating their packed lunch, smoking, spitting and the gate entrances are packed with people sitting and some even sleeping on the ground (I assume for the cool breeze that flows through the doors). I don't want to sound negative as I am sure in its prime the area would have been amazing unfortunately it just hasn't been well maintained. The park within the walls was nice, clean and relaxing but that was about it. ...

Cultural Diversity in Beijing: 2 theatrical visits

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer


... monk eventually grows and finally reaches the sacred goal of enlightenment.
The show is divided into about 7 sections from 'Initiation' to 'Passing through the Gate'. Essentially ...


A travel blog entry by hardiek


... never visited using a language I don’t really know written in characters that mean little or nothing, though the character for pot-stickers looks surprisingly accurate. Too bad I don’t eat meat…usually. I’ll eat anything if I’m hungry enough. Shanghai’s is the airport of the future, symbolic of their field-of-dreams mentality, their edifice complex, the notion that the world is there (and theirs) to ...

There's a Subway in the subway

A travel blog entry by amyw304


... Shanghai, London and Seoul, and fourth in annual ridership after those of Tokyo, Seoul, and Moscow. In 2011, the Beijing Subway delivered over 2.18 billion rides, and on September 9, 2011, set a single-day record of 7.57 million.

There are a few seats in every car and if you're starting at a route end-point, you might be lucky enough to get one. As the train doors open to allow us in, we all race in to try to get the ...

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