Liuhexiang Quadrangle Courtyard

Address: No.3 Liuhe Hutong Er Tiao,Fuchengmennei Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100034, China | 3 star hostel
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This 3 star hostel, located in the 阜成门 area of Beijing, is near Prince Gong's Palace (Gongwangfu), Gong Wang Fu, Chairman Mao Memorial Hall (Maozhuxi Jiniantang), and Nanshan Ski Village.
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    Endless China

    A travel blog entry by kaylaandchris on Mar 24, 2015

    15 photos

    ... say there isn't anything to do in Kunming and there really isn’t but we met nice couch surfers, got some great tips for our journey and had a great dinner the following night so it worked out alright.

    In Lijiang we were welcomed from our next couch surfer host, Terry! We told him our plan of going to the Tiger Leaping Gorge (thanks to Amy and Joel for recommending this) Terry decided to become terribly ...

    Old Hutongs By Rickshaw

    A travel blog entry by geoffbro on Aug 20, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... the size of their vehicle as they just miss parked cars as well as people. No one flinches when they come close just confident that they won't be hit. People hung the washing on a makeshift line. outside, some did washing. The houses are all touching each other and there is no yard, just a building.

    From there we went to yet another tea ceremony, unsure why they call it a ceremony when all it is, first they show you how ...

    How to See Beijing in 36 Hours

    A travel blog entry by the_stamms on Aug 03, 2014

    194 photos

    ... I had to pay a gouged 40 RMB to just get to the south gate in another cab so I could be on time (almost $7 for a five minute ride, which is very expensive in China considering it should have been about $2.50). I’m really glad I went alone because I essentially ran through the largest palace in the world. It was truly massive. For what Versailles is to France, the Forbidden City is even more so to China. Gate after gate, expansive courtyard after expansive courtyard, it's ...

    Forbidden and enlightened

    A travel blog entry by hunterpetrus on Jun 04, 2013

    1 comment

    ... speak with the executive manager about the design and theme of the hotel. He said that typically Shangri-La hotels have a particular theme, but the theme of this particular hotel was very specific to the culture and heritage of Beijing. He mentioned that it reflected the same design and architecture as the Forbidden City. He said that he enjoys the theme and finds it very tranquil, but he also understands the importance of a hotel establishing a theme or design. ...

    There are 10 million bicycles in Beijing

    A travel blog entry by ryan_and_vicks on Sep 14, 2012

    104 photos

    ... we all agreed that we did not wish to take the journey back in the taxi and that we would attempt the train back to Beijing.

    We brought tickets for the cable car up to the wall and were going to walk back down. We quickly jumped into the cable car realising it didn’t give you much time to do so before it was off and in no time at all were jumping off again. We walked back down to the bottom taking many pic’s along the way and stopping for a rest or ...

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