Nuolin Hotel

No.12A South Street, Guang An Men, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100053, China | Hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Nuolin Hotel Beijing

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Travel Blogs from Beijing

How to See Beijing in 36 Hours

A travel blog entry by the_stamms on Aug 03, 2014

194 photos

... to tap the bottom of your glass on the Lazy Susan. This is how a large table all toasts at the same time. (For food porn from the meal, please see the attached images.)

The next day, I was up bright and early. Alli and Sebastian were still sleeping. Alli eventually stirred, and told me just to go alone, which I’m glad I did. We all had to be in the lobby by 10:45 to catch a van to the train station, and intent on not missing another train, that left me just over two ...

Eating the World

A travel blog entry by meganmulray on Jun 19, 2014

6 photos

... for Benson and Brian to be able to translate most conversations with all of the other professionals who did not speak English.

I am so grateful to be able to try so many different Chinese cuisines. Even though the meals were sometimes to close and I wasn't fully hungry at the time, I made sure to try and enjoy everything because when else will I be able to experience such an amazing authentic cusine. It was ...

Ni Hao Mr Chairman

A travel blog entry by claireandrich on Jun 08, 2013

1 comment, 6 photos

... a fashion statement! Yes, neither of us packed a waterproof. Fail.

We met our group Sunday evening, and we have a great group. Four Aussies and two Canadians, and our tour guide is a 28yr old lady from Chendu called Cindy Lao. Information was exchanged, food was eaten and a beer was consumed.

Monday morning we are up early to head out to the Great Wall (or in the immortal words of Karl Pilkington, the "Alright Wall").


People's Republic of China Supreme People's Court

A travel blog entry by andrewhuber on May 29, 2013

1 comment, 2 photos

... from the United States in many ways. China has different tiers each tier has a different number of judges. We spoke to one judge and then two full time/permanent clerks of the court. Only one spoke English and the translator struggled at times, making it difficult to follow.

Tomorrow we tour Jones Day, an American based international firm.

HongKong to Beijing

A travel blog entry by 2porkbuns on Sep 18, 2012

2 comments, 8 photos

... watching, it was very entertaining to stand and watch. On our way back we passed a few more places like this, some people playing with kites, some dancing to music, it was really nice to see with people of all ages joining in. We got back to the hostel and collapsed into our beds comatosed, it had been a very long day with many lows and highs. We fell asleep hoping that a good nights rest would restore our motivation for exploring the city and trying the food! ...