Beijing Yuan Fang Hotel

Address: No.22 Guangximen Bei Li, Chaoyang District , Beijing, 100028, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Blogging - A Maiden Voyage

A travel blog entry by cadeunderwood on Feb 08, 2015

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I don't write enough. Even now I'm stressing out because I know I'll inevitably be dissatisfied with whatever words I can toss about before I fall asleep, but they tell me it's important to log experiences so here I am, get at me, Carpe Diem, YOLO, etc..

This last week was a slosh bucket of wonderfully new and hella-exciting experiences - all things from navigating the toils of international soaring, narrowly escaping the sly clutches of a 黑车 (Chinese Black ...

Xian, the Terracotta Warriors and on to the Yangze

A travel blog entry by smadge on Oct 14, 2014

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... seemed fresher than Beijing and the walk on top of the walls was a pleasant stretch. The park also contained a calligraphy school and we were instructed in a very firm but pleasant manner into how to form the character for happiness. We started to get an insight into how each character is built up from 100 or so radicles (basic key strokes). The importance of balance and harmony was emphasised in Chinese art though sad to say it still leaves me quite cold. We opted out ...

Day 3: Beijing

A travel blog entry by meetyouthere on Aug 30, 2013

... like a house from Hobbiton.

Olympic Stadium
After the Summer Palace, we went to the Olympic Park. The first cool thing was the hotel next to the park: four separate buildings that look like a dragon when you see them from afar and the first building also looks like the Olympic Torch. Then we saw the water cube. You can see outside the water cube from the inside but you can't see from the outside ...

A story of walls, citys and temples

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Mar 12, 2013

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... of incense followed you around. Really, it just looked the same as all the other temples I've been to all over China. But was pretty all the same. The streets surrounding the temple were full of incense shops. All these narrow maze-like streets form the hutongs of Beijing. Traditionally the buildings in hutongs are made up of rooms surrounding a courtyard. The buildings traditionally do not have bathrooms. Instead, there are shared bathrooms dotted around the streets - you have to ...

Taoist Temple

A travel blog entry by oscrimmo on Feb 10, 2013

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Accidentally came across a taoist temple while roaming the streets, so thought we'd check it out...

I kind of assumed everything old was just for display, not operational anymore; but the temple is still an active one, with monks living and working there, giving blessings and holding rituals.

Dinner was at a nice little russian restaurant... quite a nice meal (especially loved the caviar!)