Red House Hotel

Address: Yi No.9 Hougou Hutong, Beijing Railway Station West Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100005, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Temples and more temples

A travel blog entry by summer2014 on Aug 05, 2014

10 photos

So, I was just thinking that if anyone wanted to come to Beijing and tour around, they should just stick to one or two temples. The parks are pretty much all the same with a few differences and frankly, since going to every single one, I feel like I'm all templed out. Today was the Lama Temple and the Temple of Confucius. I have to give it to my girls..they were troopers. Walking around for 4 hours straight with very limited whining. ...

More Beijing

A travel blog entry by aarondewitt on Jul 01, 2014

19 photos

... In the afternoon I met up with cousin Ben! We went to the Temple of Heaven, a complex in the south of the city where the Emperor would make sacrifices to heaven, and everyone would congratulate him for it. There were also lots of older people hanging around, practicing opera, playing games, and exercising. That night, with friends of Ben, we ate Beijing duck, which was ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by garymonteith on Jun 24, 2014

6 comments, 3 photos

... Regional around the same time (late 1990's). It's truly a small world!

Had a great Asian breakfast afterwards. It was pretty much the same as lunch and dinner...noodles, rice, wontons, mushrooms...and an egg station to satisfy the westerners!
Calling home was not easy. Between the internet here and modem problems at home (of course it always happens when I am away!) it was somewhat frustrating. It is fun answering questions from the boys like "Do ...

Qing Ming Jie

A travel blog entry by mysky on Apr 04, 2013

4 photos

... the stories behind each of the headstones. Those who pass by would stop to read each of the headstones. The lives of those who have passed are memorialized. But it turns out that only certain people can be buried in the front grounds-- those who have contributed significantly to China. Indra’s grandparents were among those. I've included a picture of their story below.

Before I leave, I aspire to have the skill to translate it!

China: Part I

A travel blog entry by globehunters on Sep 11, 2012

3 comments, 38 photos

... interesting site. Metros are clean and efficient. However, some cultural norms go back to old folklore. Spitting is everywhere. We saw people spitting in high end malls near stores like Fendi and Gucci. It’s considered bad for the body to have any phlegm, so it has to come out. The other cultural norm is to push, shove, and cut people in line. This was everywhere and if one did not do the same, you’d never make it here ...

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