Hongzhi Hotel

Address: No.46 Tiantan East Road, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100061, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Chinese Roofs

A travel blog entry by nietsreuef on Apr 03, 2014

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... offices, royal family houses, recreation buildings.

Finally grey, the color of Beijing’s clay soils when fired into ceramics. Grey was everyone else’s color, standard bricks used for masonry construction, and for unglazed versions of the roof tiles. Beijing City was grey long before the sky turned that color.

Red, the color of happiness and festivity in China, is not to be found on roofs, but is used ...

Beijing- Part 2

A travel blog entry by billiejago on Jul 10, 2013

1 comment

... also was very bad, again. I decided to go shopping which was amazing! I found a Forever 21, and I stopped in a corner beer garden to have a chill out, as although there was no humidity, it was still very very hot. After a bit of shopping and a lot of walking, I headed back to the hostel to repack my hand luggage suitcase and head to the airport. After much deliberation I decided to get the metro. I left slightly later than anticipated, and missed ...

Our Last Sunday....

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on Jul 08, 2013


... have loved every minute you've been in China. I love the fierce love and protective instinct that you have for others. Your friends are lucky to have you. I hope that there are many trips back to China for you!

Kalie--how you get such a huge heart in such a tiny body is beyond me. I can still see all the smiles as you make friends with every person on every bus, and in every class, and in every shop....well, you get the idea. Never lose the joy ...

Mrs. Doyle faces (by Ben)

A travel blog entry by ben-pam on Nov 10, 2012

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... hot, with heaters everywhere. Anyway our total cost from Beijing to UB was almost exactly USD 100 which is around the same cost as doing the bus, crossing border and train combo assuming it all works out okay....but of course
the direct train is SO much less hassle. We actually felt a bit bad about a group of Westerners we saw on the train who must have paid at least USD 300 each for their tickets! Actually 'bad' Isn't the right word...I think I meant ...

Hi from Beijing

A travel blog entry by graemetick on Aug 21, 2012


... 300 people got off tithe ship today and I guess another bunch will get on. I should have some new pupils for my iPad classes tomorrow. Have had 112, 118,& 115 people for the past 3 days. The night we left Shanghai, all the tourist boats were going up and down the river with all their lights on and in party mode, it was unreal, I have some ...