Tang Fu Hotel

Address: No.A1 Fuxue Alley, Dongsi North Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100007, China | 3 star hotel
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Our first real taste of China ...

A travel blog entry by bogtrotter on Sep 16, 2014

32 photos

... walking on the road (usually seem to be Chinese tourists, perhaps used to a quieter existence). Of course, the temple grounds are now a magnificent park, including extensive wooded grounds which swallow up even the vast crowds. See the photographs for some of these extraordinary buildings. See also the videos for some of the great stuff going on in the park. Love the smoking Mandolin player. Dinner back at Shatan Back Street in the Hutong near our hotel, at the restaurant we had ...

China - Beijing & Great Wall

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jul 09, 2014

104 photos

... deceive them but then two policemen arrived and pulled down the fake signs. Gonzalo also realized he had read a story of a foreigner who mistakenly jumped on one of these fake buses that left him around 15km from Badaling (in the middle of nowhere) so he was obliged to take a taxi that obviously asked for a ridiculous amount of money. It seems to be mafia of taxi drivers that always pastes up the signs and then waits who falls for their scam. When we saw the other guy quickly ...

The Temple of Heaven

A travel blog entry by joe-emma_2013 on Oct 22, 2013

5 photos

... the park in Shenyang where you had a cart you could take around the park, we walked for miles!

The temples were pretty interesting, but it has to be said that the Chinese aren"t great with telling you what you are actually looking at in any other language but Chinese, sometimes not even that- you´re supposed to just know. So we had a good look around us but decided to just stick with the park. We even got lost trying to get out, it had started raining and ...

Relaxing, inside look into Beijing

A travel blog entry by lzarras on May 06, 2013

119 photos

... we visited was old and a little rundown, it’s expensive to live there and the people who live there are wealthy. There are no bathrooms in the houses, but shared bathrooms in the neighborhood. We hopped onto a rickshaw (or as my dad would say, a Robshaw) and headed to a local family’s home. They had turned their living room into a small restaurant, and they had food waiting for us. Tomatoes, green pepper and pork, and a cucumber like vegetable with pork. ...

Back to work, back to normal

A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez on Jan 14, 2013

4 comments, 10 photos

... is here. Saturday reached a record, 800. Shocking. Safe levels of particles are 0-50. 400 is quite common here on a bad day, and we thought the highest readings were 500. The 'official' Chinese measurements were in the 400's, but the US Embassy publishes the correct readings, for which China is not grateful for...... really bad. It's down to about 350 again today, and pretty grim out there, can't see too much out the window.

Sunday I met my friend Gina for ...