Xinwang Hotel

Building 8 Qiaojian Li, Yangfangdian Main Street, Haidian District, Beijing, 100038, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Last day in Beijing.

A travel blog entry by kata1207

Tried to get to Mao's memorial hall but to no avail - had to deposit my camera which was gonna take way too much time. Went to summer palace after and it's such a pity I could only spend 1.5 hours there due to my train. I was running and power walking everywhere and managed to see it.

Want to come back to beijing again.


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Forbidden City and Tiananemen Square

A travel blog entry by maxieduncan

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... Garden at the very end was quite charming. After these I headed to Beihai Park. This was nice as the sun had come out a bit more and it was pleasant watching sitting under the trees watching the goings on on the lake. Climbed up the temple on the island which gave a good view of the scale of the Forbidden ...

Viewing the Presidential Election from China

A travel blog entry by michelleyeager

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... find an interested woman when he has neither a car nor house of his own right now. A second article also said the holiday is difficult for couples who are married but live separately or do not see each often due to their jobs.

The shopping aspect of the holiday is insane; eight hours into the Singles Day Shopping Festival, sales volume at China's biggest online store, Tmall.com, reached a record-high of 5 billion RMB ($800 million USD). China ...

Hitting the markets in Beijing

A travel blog entry by richardsons

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... of other **** that you can imagine. When I was here 16 years ago it was just an alleyway!

We spent about 4 hours bargaining our way through the place. This was a great experience and we made the kids do their own haggling for the things they wanted. So Aunty Deb the $50 you gave them has gone a long way!!!

I purchased a very nice handbag that required being escourted to the carpark, and being seated on some plastic stools while the stall owner got what I ...

Luoyang to Xi'an to Beijing

A travel blog entry by tbienek

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I've read somewhere that the drivers, pedestrians, pedicabs, motor cyclists and bicyclists are all used to each other and so they just weave around each other, with out the chaos really slowing anything down. I broke the rules this morning and hesitated. Having done plenty of uturns into oncoming traffic to go where I wanted, this morning I was on the ball and thought I'd cross the street. Poised with all my wordly possessions and keeping a keen eye on the locals ...

     

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