Tang Fu Hotel

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

Destination 5 – Beijing Part 2

A travel blog entry by t-dot


... it's the Chinese New Year he suggested that we get the tickets early as trains fill up fast around the holidays. He took us to a ticket agency near by and helped us find a train suitable to our timetable. Once we had our tickets we all headed back. Chris ended up being busy the rest of the afternoon so once we got in the elevator we went to our separate floors. Martin was left to keep himself busy while I took a much needed nap. I ...

Ti'anamen Square and the Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by shockergram


... driver got out for a cigarette. We hoped both would return and they did. While sitting there, it was drizzling a bit, but we watched a bride (or maybe model) and photographer taking pictures. She was beautiful and had on a gorgeous dress and veil.

When we got out of the car, we started walking to our destination. But, we ran into Hei Bai Lake. Oops, the destination is on the other side! Well, walk around! Off we go, a parade of tourists, too bad we did't have ...

Beijing- Part 2

A travel blog entry by billiejago


... he was eventually carted off, unharmed, as far as people know. Most Chinese people do not know that this ever happened. This is why this place is such an amazing place to have been able to come, for me. It's historical relevance goes quietly unnoticed, and just gets photo'ed for being the largest square area in the world.

Tian'anmen Square was again covered in fog, but the centre of it all, the Chairman Mao photo, shone bright. After A LOT ...

Day 44 - Arriving Beijing

A travel blog entry by antonmarsh


An early start to the airport to catch the 0930 flight to Beijing. We were happy to find out that you could check in at the train station in central HK, a very sensible system and we didn't have to wait in any queues. We got emergency exit seats, which was great and the food on Cathay is really good, so the flight was pleasant. Beijing is 3 hours flight north of HK( no time difference) which at this time of year means a 20 degree drop in temperature - so we have put away ...

Another week flies by

A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez


... we have loads of CD's & books people have given us plus what we brought out with us, and then once work has settled down we'll look at getting a private tutor which I think will be better.

Andy was poorly on Weds so worked from home, which is great that we have the option to do that. I fell over, and no - no alcohol was involved, we were just going to the shop, I dashed back into the apartment to pick up a bag, Andy was at the lift ...


TripAdvisor Reviews Tang Fu Hotel Beijing

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