Beijing Kuntai Novel Hotel

Address: No.107 Huilongguan West Street, Changping District, Beijing, 102208, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Changping District area of Beijing.
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        A travel blog entry by jmcmonagle on Oct 14, 2015

        11 photos

        ... I think). They're from inner Mongolia, want to practise their English and within a few minutes would like to have a cup of tea with me. I bid farewell to Jessica and Xi Shan. It's not long after that I meet Shirley and her friend from Inner Mongolia. Also very fortunate when it comes to looks. I don't know her friend's name because she was in the toilet and when she came out the attempted scam is almost over so she doesn't feel the need to put in any ...


        A travel blog entry by samirichardson on Apr 06, 2015

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        ... difficult as I expected. Granted the five minute warning before a Demo Class or the last minute warning before a two hour class is not ideal. But I've found that the only way that I am going to be happy and enjoy working here is to expect the unpredictable and be as flexible as possible. Really what's the worst that can happen? Now that I've said that I imagine in the next week I will end up crying in a corner at work. The lesson themselves are pretty fun and ...

        Just Another Post-Apocalyptic Monday

        A travel blog entry by 60daysinchina on Oct 20, 2014

        4 comments, 13 photos

        ... that appealed to me so I went out into the dark scary city. I stepped out of the secure door of my hotel and took a left. I don't know why I went left, but I did. As I walked down this road that was barely wide enough to be called a road and not a path all I saw were broken down structures and rusted bicycles chained to heavy bolts on the ground. There were cars covered in, I actually don't know what they are covered in but it was a thick layer of whatever ...

        Beijing Around

        A travel blog entry by echristian778 on Dec 08, 2013

        ... a few empty rooms too (Big huge, decorated temple and when you look in, nothing, just an empty room you can't walk in). The last little part with the garden and smaller temples was pretty though. It just didn't seem to impress me that much. And my camera died so I couldn't really get any pictures.

        After that it was just the long train ride home and waiting about 40 minutes in the cold in a line for the public taxi.

        The Forbidden City

        A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Jun 25, 2013

        27 photos

        ... studio, which is definitely not open to the public. Even with Prof. Vinograd's status, we had to fight our way in for even fifteen minutes.

        But fight our way in we did. I was awed by the private quarters. Hidden near the back of the City (or at least what I thought was the back of the City), Qianlong created this series of rooms for his personal enjoyment after stepping down from the throne. After we deposited our bags in ...