Villatel Travel Inn (Yougu Shentan Natural Scene Zone)

Address: Bamudi Village, Huaibei Town, Huairou Town, Beijing, 101400, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the 怀柔 area of Beijing.
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    Farewell Beijing

    A travel blog entry by nutellaonapples on Aug 15, 2014

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    Spent the last 5 days in Beijing and we've eating like kings! The city is so huge we havnt been able to see everything, also the number of people has been off putting. Tian'anmen square will have to wait for another time, and not during the summer. The Great Wall was great! Summer palace was pretty. Forbidden city, not so forbidden anymore. Night markets were full of fried bugs, scorpions on skewers and overpriced tourist junk. Our hostel had been perfect. Comfy clean ...

    Beijing Part 1: The Mental Head Slap

    A travel blog entry by nomad143 on Nov 27, 2013


    ... realized that the Palace Museum actually was the Forbidden City, and we got our tickets. There was another mental head slap for that one. Heading inside, we passed the usual beautiful doorways, and the multitudes of tourists. The Forbidden City was beautiful. It is a huge place, and there is a lot to see. We explored for a while, ducking through doorways and alleyways. Some of the more ornate carvings are amazing. We saw a pottery exhibit ...

    Bullet train to Shanghai

    A travel blog entry by lahra on Sep 14, 2013

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    ... with a lake and meandering paths leading off to secret rock gardens and around simple temples. It was the summer residence for the emperor and his favourite family members, and I can imagine what a relief it would have been to escape the concrete jungle of the Forbidden City to spend time in this oasis. Once again we were faced with the frustration of not enough time to fully explore on our own and not for the first time Ben and I cursed ...

    The Drum Tower

    A travel blog entry by ageinghippie on Apr 11, 2013

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    ... steep stairs. Great views of Beijing from the top and an interesting story about the huge bell. Then down the steps again and across the square to the Drum Tower and more flights of steep stairs. The displays of time keeping in the Drum Tower were extremely interesting – the use of water and incense as well as the drum beats kept us intrigued until the drummers entered and performed for about ten minutes.


    Beijing Take Three

    A travel blog entry by emds on Sep 11, 2012

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    ... Most of the streets are dusty and gray with silent electric scooters zipping by. Some are lined with tall trees. It’s wonderful to witness to the locals daily life. Having been here a while, I have figured out some of regularities of life here. Amoung other quirks there’s a skulking youth dressed as a clown that always loiters around the “Clown Fresh Flower Shop” and two men that keep pigeons of on their roof. The pigeons are let out each evening ...

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