Tang Fu Hotel

Address: No.A1 Fuxue Alley, Dongsi North Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100007, China | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Day 4 - Beijing

A travel blog entry by callie-lucy on Apr 27, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... Again we were then encouraged to buy tea (which we really wanted to do but it was just too expensive). At 11.15 we headed back to the minibus and set off on the two hour journey to the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall. But the minibus pulled over once again at a government shop that sold intricately decorated clay pots. It was actually really interesting seeing that the designs are still hand made with wire onto the pot and watching Chinese ladies at work ...

Falling Back in Love with Beijing

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Jan 09, 2014

9 photos

... me to the bank. Luckily, Mike saved me and he spoke with the woman in Chinese.

After that, Mike left to run errands while I left to put more money on my phone.

I decided to take the subway to Wudaokou to buy some wine as a gift for my friend. While I was riding the train, at the third stop, a worker yelled at everyone to get off. We all got off and had to wait for the next train. After I finally got to Wudaokou, I tried to find Cheers, but I ...

The final days in Beijing!

A travel blog entry by alycleveland on Jun 13, 2013

14 photos

... by small spaces, so we were walking through a maze of tight alleys and roads. Most of the people who still live in this district are either elderly people who are resisting the change, or strong followers of Feng Shui principles, which say that your home should always be touching the ground, not a high rise apartment, for example. There are also many people who own homes in the Hutong area who ...

First Impressions

A travel blog entry by ztbrown on Sep 01, 2012

... dirty), dominated by big stone buildings with those classical Chinese roofs, and, like the city in which it lay, absolutely flooded with people. It was pretty amazing.

After a brief stay at the dorm where the non-language immersion students would live, one of the instructors, a woman with glasses, a bright American shirt, and colored braces, approached me and told me she'd take me in a taxi cab to my host family's apartment. We managed to grab one, and she ...

Well... That was an experience!

A travel blog entry by chloecd on Jun 29, 2012

3 comments, 13 photos

... that there are for my blog, so have an explore if you can - although most of them I think were for me. There are probably still some new buttons you can have a play with though!

Right, Harriet has gone to sleep now, and I think I need to do the same, so I hope that you are all well. Feel free to leave comments on here - I don't know how to reply, but I do read them all - and it seems to be much more reliable than emails which can take a couple of days to come through!

Night all!