Beijing Kuntai Novel Hotel

No.107 Huilongguan West Street, Changping District, Beijing, 102208, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Zai Jian Beijing for Now!

A travel blog entry by lindsaypund


... and full of disco music, families, games, and an LED ceiling that ran over 150 meters. We were all so jazzed by the atmosphere and definitely not ready to leave. Once back at the hotel Brian helped me to fill out last minute paperwork that was requested of us from ACTE earlier that morning. I still cannot believe how many forms and hoops are required to visit India. When the forms and papers and details were mostly complete, I ran downstairs to finish packing and prepare ...

Day 1 Viking Tour - A Day On Our Own

A travel blog entry by camkah


... We rode up to the Qianmen hutong area by the Forbidden City. The main street has been modernized and turned into a pedestrian walk. The old buildings were preserved and are now high-end shops; however, if you go less than a block away, you are in the old parts of the city ... We had lunch at a restaurant famous for dumplings. The menu was in Chinese with a hand-written translation. We ...

Day 1

A travel blog entry by scott.burgess07


First impression of Beijing: The pollution can't really be overstated - I'm only in an outer district of Beijing, but it genuinely feels like you're in this sort of bubble - you can't feel the sun, and can barely see it either. What would probably be a nice, sunny day just ends up being warm but foggy because of the smog. First Chinese language success! It was mild success, but all the same, I managed to say that ...

Beijing! Forbidden City, Great Wall, Hútòngs&more

A travel blog entry by martijnh


... of the lake simply fantastic. You can rent a boat on the lake itself, it's very popular among Chinese people, as you can see in the pictures. Wonderful place to walk around for a couple of hours, sit around, view things and above all to enjoy nature and the somewhat fresh air. Great place to relax!

Sunday (yesterday) visited the Mausoleum where Mao is, mummified so people can see him forever. (Some, however, think that the body is replaced for a wax copy). The security is ...

I've got spurs that Beijingle-jangle-jingle

A travel blog entry by puddlejumpers


... from the Hostel Restaurant (eggs, toast and all the fixin's for Andrew, and an omelet for Shannon). We set out for a day of wandering, heading towards "Ghost Street": a street in the north-eastern section of our area of Beijing known for having hundreds of restaurants (and most of them good!). We strolled towards the subway, and made our way to Beixinqiao subway station, bookending the Ghost Street strip. We knew which way to go immediately, due to ...


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