Julian Qunxin Hotel

Zaolinxie Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100053, China | Hotel
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The Climb of Our Lives

A travel blog entry by nixerflynn


... obviously went in to the construction is mind boggling. The wall follows the contours of the tops of the mountains which rise and fall pretty dramatically every couple of meters so its tough going to walk along it. There's watchtowers every mile or so which were manned by guards back in the day.

So we walked up and down like yo yos for around 4 hours before the highlight of the day - the toboggan! The toboggan is a single-man kart on wheels where you race ...

Qing Ming Jie

A travel blog entry by mysky


Qing Ming Jie is an official Chinese holiday in which family members travel great distances to pay respect to those who have passed. Everyone takes for work for 2 days. Prior to coming to China, I had not heard of such holiday; but upon coming, I cannot fathom how I did not now of such a widely celebrated holiday. I feel humbled by a holiday that carries so much meaning.

We left the house yesterday at 7:30 to travel less than 3 km. ...

Baba Mama in Beijing

A travel blog entry by skirbyskirby


... the same place I’d stayed at three years before with my Aunt Kathy and Uncle Howard and where my brothers and I stayed during their visit to China.

Over the years, I’ve gotten to know Bobby, the hostel owner. He was kind enough to drive my parents and me to the Great Wall and give us a tour of the city on Chinese New Year’s Eve. Then, he invited us to make dumplings and ...

Beijing and first taste of China

A travel blog entry by teambrazier


... weather with a bad cold so I took him to the only place I knew would make him better - Mcdonalds!! Where a mcchicken sandwich meal costs £2 - I love China!

The rest of the day we spent wondering around the Hutongs ( the local streets of the city) and taking it easy.
The next day with Matt still feeling ill I decided to cheer him up further and take him to the Aquarium - he does love a good aquarium :) We had to go through the zoo where I heard ...

What a day!

A travel blog entry by jean.yen1

... that the communists didn't burn it down like they did with so many other culture identities such as temples, scriptures, etc.

We moved on from the Ming Tombs to the Jade Market. Here, we discussed the different types of jades that there are. Most popular is the jadeite which is a hard jade (the only hard jade) and it can cut glass. This is primarily found in Burma. Soft jade, which has thousands of kinds can be divided into jade that ...


This hotel, located in the 宣武区 area of Beijing, is near Chairman Mao Memorial Hall (Maozhuxi Jiniantang), Anantara Spa By The Great Wall, Peking Opera, and Poly Art Museum.
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