Yulong International Hotel

Address: No.40 Fucheng Road, Haidian District, Beijing, 100142, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the W. 3rd Ring/w. 4th Ring area of Beijing, is near Beihai Park (Beihai Gongyuan), Museum of the Chinese Revolution, Hall of Great Harmony (Taihe Dian), and Beijing Capital Museum.
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    Beijing Historical Tour

    A travel blog entry by namladi on Jun 07, 2015

    3 photos

    ... traffic, even though congested, was still smooth flowing. Audis swarming all over the city made me wonder why that particular car brand was so popular with the citizens of Beijing? It crossed my mind more than once to ask Iris if the Audi was a representation of affluence for the people. Once again, we were warned against the consumption of tap water. Bottled water would be available for use both in the bus as well as in the hotel suite.


    Day 14! Tour and Great Wall of China!

    A travel blog entry by mvr-miriam on Feb 10, 2015

    4 photos

    ... come in and stay in. The tomb is not yet open. On chinese culture the earth was seen to be square and heaven round. So, the courtyard in front is square while a temple with the emperors body is covered by a large round enclosed hill. On our way back there is a doorway. This doorway is the passage between heaven and earth and the supersticious chinese pass throigh here after visiting the tomb. Of course we all give it a go. First we have to pat our bodies to get ...

    In the heart of Beijing

    A travel blog entry by carolynknguyen on May 28, 2014

    1 comment, 405 photos

    ... or MSG in my life. However, the food is so good. Eating 5 kuai baozi in the mornings which is practically 80 cents makes me so happy in the mornings. At most my meals cost me 30 kuai a day. Shopping in the city is also interesting. Bargaining with the sellers is definitely difficult, but fun and you learn so much about how to shop and how cheap clothing can really be. There is still more to come, but or now I'm just roaming with open eyes and an open heart.

    Dining out in China

    A travel blog entry by rebecca-thomson on Oct 22, 2013

    8 comments, 3 photos

    ... out as it is made, eat and leave. No tipping necessary. Two of the most used phrases I've learned since being in China have been: 不辣(Bu la, not spicy) and 带走(Dai zou, "to-go").

    必胜客 (Pizza Hut)

    A couple of weeks ago my roommate, Erika and I decided to go to Pizza Hut so I could try it out and compare. It seems to be a very popular place. The pizzas there are a bit ...

    Hutongs and sleeper trains

    A travel blog entry by silencespeaker on Apr 22, 2013

    ... in the hutong looked happy. But the guide explained that this way of life is dying as young people move into the city for more amenities and privacy.
    We ate a delicious and spicy lunch with our guide and then weree driven to first the wrong train station (apparently a common mistake in beijiing) and then the right one. Our tourgroup had purchased all four seats for the two of us on ...