Nuolin Hotel

No.12A South Street, Guang An Men, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100053, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Day 67: The Forbidden City, Beijing

A travel blog entry by mfln31


... especially when the entrance itself is well concealed and there is a distinct lack of signage in English! When we eventually found it, we opted for an automated guided tour of the many buildings inside The Forbidden City and set about exploring. The place was heaving with people - it must be THE place to go on a Sunday afternoon - but despite the crowds we found ...

Silliness All Day

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... years.

After talking with him, I returned to my room to finish my paper due tomorrow. It took me a few hours, but I got it done! Now, I have one paper left to do!

I was so lazy to get dinner, so I asked Anthony to get me some buns outside of west gate. Fifteen minutes later he came back with my buns! So happy.

I went to the basement lounge to review Chinese. Later, I went back to my room to listen to music to relax. Then I returned to ...

Royal Relaxation

A travel blog entry by toldavis

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What do the locals do on a Sunday? Spend a relaxing day on the water at the Summer Palace. It used to be a royal garden for royal families to rest and entertain. It is ...

Peking Duck in Beijing

A travel blog entry by juanmao


... ducks hung on hooks in the front windows of food shops and restaurants. Today, the same shops in Chinese cities and settlements all over the world are still selling roasted ducks in this fashion. This is because the dish is considered a specialty - requiring great skill to make - and one too difficult to prepare at home. Roasted duck in one form or another has been enjoyed in China for more than a millennium, but the first ...

The Great Wall

A travel blog entry by derrick241


... got a taste of them, but all very well done, with plenty of showmanship, they showed us a cake of tea, very compressed, but it was vintage, the older the better with magic properties, a cure all, but at 40 quid there weren’t any takers, they did the Chinese version of a tea ceremony, all very nice, but a bit boring,

That finished and we got out of there, the guide was a bit miffed we didn’t buy anything; they didn’t have any PG tips or Tetley’s, so ...

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TripAdvisor Reviews Nuolin Hotel Beijing

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good