Nuolin Hotel

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

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Beijing

THE MIGHTY WALL OF CHINA! "Sadie, I have to poop!"

A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Jun 11, 2015

1 comment, 117 photos

... and said “Annabelle, you will squat right now and poop, there is a tiny bush, but you better do it fast and it better not be loud because the snobby Russian girls are coming and this is just NOT good…. “ That is when I realized that Sadie and I would be friends for life…. Not many friends would give you their poncho and cover your back so you could poop while snobby Russians approached…. Suddenly, it stopped. That desperate need ...

Summer Palace, Lama Temple & Beijing Zoo

A travel blog entry by midlifecruisers on Apr 08, 2015

1 comment, 33 photos

... from another group who had eaten there a few nights previous. Feeling adventurous we wandered out 4 of us, found the green sign, but every place looks a bit same, walked in entrance and asked to see menu, only to find we had walked into a massage place....we were in fits of laughter walking out least he directed us to the right place around the corner. Found menu with big pictures, they really do eat every part of every animal, duck tongues, beaks, livers, offal, ...

Beijing Day #2 -- Park, Square, Towers, Temple

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on May 26, 2014

120 photos

... of Prayer for Good Harvests.

The hall is “magnificently mounted on a three-tiered marble terrace and capped with a triple-eaved umbrella roof of purplish-blue tiles,” according to Lonely Planet. “Built in 1420, it was burnt to cinders in 1889 and heads rolled in apportioning blame (although lightning was the most likely cause). A faithful reproduction based on Ming architectural methods was erected the following year.”


From Beijing to Changsha (950 miles through China)

A travel blog entry by tknepper on May 28, 2013

16 photos

... I couldn't resist and included it on my plate. The most unique food I tried at breakfast was a "saline duck egg." It had the consistency of a hard boiled egg, and as the name would suggest was quite salty. After breakfast I checked-out of the hotel and walked over to the train station to purchase a ticket.

Buying a Train Ticket
Initial morning trains were booked so I had to take a later one, this ...

Forbidden City & the Hutong Alleys - Day 6

A travel blog entry by krisbolt on Apr 12, 2013

4 photos

... finding my hotel. Got hotel ok, it cost me 33 RMB! You go figure, it's a big difference between 100 and 33...snakey.

Met group leader and a fellow traveler. Went through procedures and have a beer. Group leader is cute and funny. I find him easy to get along with. He has travelled so many, he practically lives on a suitcase.

Met other 5 leaders from same company. They all are lovely. We all ...