River View Hotel

Address: No.2 Dongzhimen Wai Street, Dongcheng, Beijing, 100027, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Dongzhimen/Dongsi area of Beijing, is near Lama Temple (Yonghegong), Ming Tombs (Ming Sishan Ling), Beijing Aquarium (Beijing Haiyangguan), and China World Shopping Mall.
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Temples and Tea

A travel blog entry by afinial on Sep 15, 2014

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A large statue of Confucius stands before the temple with red prayer tickets covering the barrier, all signed with students wanting to do well in the coming exams. Not much has changed!

After awhile the decoration gets overly familiar and we needed a sit.

We adjourned across the road to the Confucius Tea House for a tea ceremony and an afternoon of sipping and juggling teas. We chose three teas. Moonlight White Tea, picked at midnight, dried naturally with ...

China - dreaded it unnecessarily!!!

A travel blog entry by rossandsarah on Jul 27, 2012

... anyone?) was delicious, and despite it being pricey, we would recommend anyone thinking about going to start researching flights now. There are regeneration projects and buildings being thrown up / replaced everywhere, which means that you don´t know whether you´re seeing the original building or something like it, but it is always interesting.

Our flight for Hong Kong left Beijing on the 27th of July... Shi Shi Nee for reading ...

Hiking the Great Wall

A travel blog entry by specialk35 on Oct 29, 2011

1 comment, 22 photos

Today will absolutely be a highlight from our month-long trip. I joined Beijing Hikers trip to the Great Wall. We began at Gubeikou and hiked all the way through Jinshanling and ended at the Simatai section (right where the wall is shut for renovation). I believe we hiked around 11 miles with lots and lots of stairs. It was a glorious hike with one magnificent section of wall after another and it was a treat to enjoy ...


A travel blog entry by ger_and_jane on Jun 24, 2011

15 photos

... were walking to the subway.

We made it to the end of the road and could not see any sign for a subway station so I managed to shout out ....ditiezhan.. meaning subway and was immediately pointed in its direction. Go me and my Mandarin. We wandered up to an official looking woman at a desk and handed her the fare. She pointed us to another official looking women who took our large note and gave us change. She ...

Beginning in Beijing

A travel blog entry by girlgoinggone on Jun 19, 2010

... a few off smells and have an open mind. Don't go to China as an Australian, or an American, or a whatever, just go and take in what China and the Chinese are all about. You'll also be hard pressed trying to find any Western media to remind you of the 'big, wide, American world' out there anyway. In fact, that's kind of China's charm. After a while, you may even find yourself forgetting that what's normal to you has been erased. Remind yourself once in a ...