Taishan Hotel

No.105 Huanshikou West Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100050, China | Hotel
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Shi Du 十渡

A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Sep 21, 2013

3 comments, 20 photos

... pretty well to remain dry.
The rest of the afternoon was spent wandering around the town, and watching water fights on the river. There was a pretty little waterfall cascading down one if the rock faces. After admiring it for awhile, we realized it was in a pretty unnatural place for a waterfall to be; it started mid-way down the rock face. Upon further inspection, we saw a pipe buried in the trees nearby, and hypothesized that it was a fake waterfall pumped from ...

Beijing Day 1

A travel blog entry by vickirutherford on Aug 26, 2013

4 photos

... and her husband Charlie who run a tea shop in the narrow back streets of Beijing. Cooking as they would for a family, we had to eventually ask Charlie to "Step away from the wok" as we just couldn't poke down any more chicken, pork, rice, noddles.... It went on and on! After dinner, Alice gave us a tour of her Chinese tea selection and briefed us on all the various health benefits of each - area half a dozen different teas, I should be ...

I'm an Alien

A travel blog entry by arielle.rylands on Feb 18, 2013

1 photo

... people staring at me and waving, a dish comes! It's some sort of variety of tentacles in a sauce. EXCELLENT. I try my hardest to take a bite - spew in my mouth a bit and then keep waiting for my other 2 dishes. Some dumplings come, I eat one and decide I don't know what is in them and retreat. No more dishes come, no rice and no tea. I ask for the bill - mai dan - and leave.

Alan later tells me the Chinese have ...

Helpful

A travel blog entry by lklassen on Jul 30, 2012

1 photo

... car: Giga and Jackie! We walked over and greeted them and their family, and the family offered us their seats so we could all sit together. Though it was quite early, we all enjoyed the mini reunion, as we had never really said goodbye after the tour last night. It was a four hour train ride, but the time went quickly as we all talked and laughed together. Once in Shenyang, I said goodbye to Giga and Jackie, and I had requested the assistance ...

A Good Friday

A travel blog entry by kloftus on Apr 06, 2012

34 photos

... coordinated and synchronised, and looked very professional in their school uniforms. Each school in Beijing has a specialist art form, and Honglian Primary School's art form is Dance. There are fantastic displays along the corridor of the children performing 'The Small Crane' and other traditional dances.

Outside they had a small stage on which they had set up a microphone. With little warning we were ushered up the stairs where we had to give a short speech ...

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