Yue Bin Ge Hotel

Address: No.89 Mianhua Lane, Huguo Temple, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100035, China | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the 1 area of Beijing, is near Gong Wang Fu, Prince Gong's Palace (Gongwangfu), Nanshan Ski Village, and Gate of Great Harmony (Taihe Men).
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    "I think we've hit a wall!"

    A travel blog entry by hollingsworth84 on Mar 11, 2014

    10 photos

    ... were often at war and would build walls as defense against the other kingdoms. The Qin dynasty, under emperor Qin Shi Huang Di, united all the kingdoms. Oddly he was known for tearing down many walls but also connecting many as possible to serve as a northern defense post. The Ming dynasty built the wall to its furthest and built up all sections of the wall. Later dynasties stopped improving the wall as a sign of peace with all neighbors. The ...

    The land of smog, phlegm & sharp elbows!

    A travel blog entry by doglegtravels on Jul 19, 2013

    54 photos

    ... the hellish train journey but overall a good experience. HH The hellish train journey, Beijing to Pingyao, 15hrs on a hard seat. Hellish is an understatement. People everywhere, bags everywhere, noise, rubbish, fag smoke, it was torture! Kristoffer leaned forward in his seat & a Chinese man popped up, ninja style & filled the space behind his back! It did only cost about £9 but half way through the journey I would have sold my soul for 1st class! Lg looking ...

    Forbidden and enlightened

    A travel blog entry by hunterpetrus on Jun 04, 2013

    1 comment

    Yesterday was a great learning experience all around. I started my day joining the three industry professionals and Benson for a tour of the Forbidden City. The Forbidden city is the inner ring of Beijing and is where the Royal Family lived. It was called Forbidden City because normal citizens were not permitted to go inside the palace gates. We walked the square and then headed for the City, only to find out that the Forbidden City was closed and we couldn't go ...

    Beijing a.k.a The Great Bamboozle

    A travel blog entry by shelaughs on Dec 08, 2012

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... s definitely not what happened. After we hopped in the bicycle carriage, the man talked to me about how handsome my husband was and talked to Bret about how pretty his wife was. Charming little sucker. After a few minutes, his friend pulled up next to us and asked Bret to climb in his cart because apparently the two of us together was just too much fat American weight. Bret's guy took off and after a few minutes, he was out of sight. I kept asking my guy "Nali ...

    Beijing: a week in the belly of the beast

    A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on Jun 07, 2012

    20 photos

    ... the wall. It was a peculiar feeling to be standing on the Great Wall of China – it was like any other decaying old stone structure, but it was imbued with so much more meaning. Although the wall itself was never especially successful at keeping marauding nomads and barbarians at bay, it was an incredible feat of construction, and a symbol of centralised state power and boundary-drawing that had not been conceived in such a way and on such a scale anywhere else on Earth.

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