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

My Plan For North Korea

A travel blog entry by chloecd on Jun 27, 2014

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... the top. There will be several shuttles back to the hotel and also the option to go to a nearby spa if hiking is not your thing. This will be an extra charge of around EUR 10 per person for basic sauna/pool. OVERNIGHT: Kumgangsan Hotel, Mt Kumgang (a deluxe class hotel in a beautiful setting amidst the mountains; selected foreign tv channels and internet access available in the telecommunications centre) Fri 4th July AM: After breakfast we will drive back along the coast to ...

Arriving in China!

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Apr 16, 2014

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... but we must say that we all very much enjoy traditional, softer, beds, so it is nice to have those for our four nights here at the Raffles. Also nice to have a workout room, and a western style breakfast buffet with lots of fruit.
We loved the variety and special care for ingredients and delicate flavors which we experienced during our time in Japan, but you do notice over time that they eat very little salad, and very few fruits. Since we eat a ...

First Full Day Down!

A travel blog entry by shannonmorrall on Aug 13, 2013

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... over the street. The image didn't really seem to fit.

3. The Chinese people dress really fancy here all the time. Girls wear dresses every day (YAY).


5. They are a very non confrontational culture and will lie to you or go behind your back in order to save face(protect your or their honor).

Until next time!


Tian'anmen Times

A travel blog entry by meanderingmand on Jan 24, 2013

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... the security check frisk-free while a Chinese couple had their bag searched.

Tian’anmen Square itself is not overly interesting, it’s little more than a block of cement; it’s more the history around the place that has given it cultural significance and made it a must-see location in Beijing. The Square is named after Tian’anmen Gate (Gate of Heavenly Peace), which is on the North side of the square; and, covering an area of 440,000 mē, is the largest ...

Fleas, tea and kungfu

A travel blog entry by jaganew on Sep 20, 2012

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... a tea house and sampled their wares. We no buy ! Next was Wu Mart - a superstore that sells just about everything. We ended up in the supermarket section. They sell Jacob's Creek Australian wine. Last stop for the day was a Kungfu show. Quite good entertainment. PS Only drop toilets today. I do not drop ! Thank goodness being a school teacher has seen me in training for holding on almost all day ...