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

Chinese Roofs

A travel blog entry by nietsreuef on Apr 03, 2014

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... Forbidden City can famously boast that it has 9,999 rooms, modestly short of heaven’s 10,000.

The finishing crown on the roofs are the glazed ceramic tile. Grey, green, blue, black, yellow/gold, in order of authority. Yellow only on temples and imperial buildings. Grey for the rest of us.

Glazed roof tiles in China date back to the Zhou Dynasty, 11th century BC. The longevity of the roof tiles is ...

Rachel arrives and the China adventure begins!

A travel blog entry by jaynetremlett on Feb 05, 2014

... well I think... according to the guide I read "if the shop assistant seems annoyed when you leave, you've got a good deal" and I've certainly turned a few faces sour today! Have been having trouble uploading my blog to Facebook today and then realised why..... I don't think China likes Facebook..... Thankfully it doesn't seem to mind TravelPod though ...

Beijing- Part 2

A travel blog entry by billiejago on Jul 10, 2013

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... as my eyes took a short time to readjust to the sheer amount of haze, smog and cloudiness that was blocking the clear view. You couldn't see 10 feet in front of you, the weather was that bad. There was light drizzle so I thought it may clear up, but after 3 hours of hiking the steepest and deepest set stairs I have ever seen, there was no such luck. I wouldn't say the day was ruined, but it was very difficult to even contemplate where you were, ...

Our Last Sunday....

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on Jul 08, 2013


... your excitement for everything from shoes to pandas. Keep that positive attitude, and the world's your oyster...

Margaret--It's true that China will be a part of your life forever. I hope that you gained new insights and deepened your love of this country on your second time around. Thanks for the tips when we needed them! I know you'll be back again soon.

Carl--your sweet soul, your good nature, and your love for China and tai chi ...

Mrs. Doyle faces (by Ben)

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

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... station were incorrect (actually I think they were correct, but anyway doesn't really matter, we were led to believe they were wrong) so we were going to get a taxi, but the queue was horribly long. So in the end we had to break out a bit more Chinese and ask people which bus to get to Beijing Railway Station.

Long story short, we got there in the end with a good joint effort so were fairly pleased about that. It's funny how a tiny bit ...

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