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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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    Being Vegan for a Meal

    A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Mar 09, 2014

    5 photos

    ... here!" She screamed.

    Since Corrine is a vegan, it is usually tough for her to eat in China. A lot of things are made with animal products here. Last Sunday, I was in the hutong just wandering and then I saw the Veggie Table. I told Corrine about it and said that we should eat there.

    As Corrine and I looked at the menu, I was puzzled when I saw "Vegan Smoothies." Corrine explained that smoothies are usually made with milk or yogurt.


    Mongolian Hot Pots 24 hour food

    A travel blog entry by legendraes on Oct 06, 2013

    4 photos

    David our tour guide had recommended a 24 hour Mongolian restaurant that does hot pots - "you like spicy food?" Ye of course He pointed to the end of our street and said in a shopping mall 8th floor Could we find it - could we hell - luckily the free wifi in Molly's helped us understand where it was - but even then we still couldn't find it! Eventually!!! A new shopping mall - closed after 10 (this was now after 11) we had to find the side entrance which was also the workers entrance ...

    Student exchange life in Beijing

    A travel blog entry by junipops on Jul 08, 2013

    I did a short month exchange with "Tsinghua Da Xue (University)" with the purpose of furthering my Mandarin. I must say that it did work! We had classes every morning – for speech, writing and reading. The teachers were really good, well versed in English and Mandarin and could get along with the 'foreigner' banter and chit chat that all of us would have in our breaktime. I was part of a larger group of ...

    China - Beijing

    A travel blog entry by kcullivan on Jun 20, 2013

    30 photos

    ... paved, there were sidewalks lined with tall beautiful trees, few horns honked and most traffic laws were obeyed. The people were as I mentioned so happy and I loved the social, communal aspect of it. I could tell Thomas and perhaps others didn't appreciate Beijing as much as I did. He kept commenting how people were always trying to sell him stuff and pressuring him. I couldn't help but think - try India. You have no idea. Tara and Bruce liked India but they went in January ...

    Viewing the Presidential Election from China

    A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Nov 13, 2012

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... was begun by Chinese college students in the 1990s as a version of Valentine's Day for people without romantic partners. The date of the holiday, 11.11, represents four singles. Single, young people treat each other to dinner, go on blind dates or give gifts to "woo" that special someone (and therefore end their single status). See photos of the holiday here, my favorite photos are #2 and #4. Hover your mouse over the photos to read the captions at ...

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