Beijing Yuyuan Hotel

73 Fengbei Road, Fengtai District, Beijing, 100073, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Dragon's Backbone Rice Terraces and Dali

A travel blog entry by wenzels


The Dragon's Backbone Rice Terraces, northern Guanxhi Province, China We took the bus out of Yangshuo back to Guilin, left our luggage save what we needed for 2 days of hiking at the train station there and took a bus to the sleepy town of Heping: the entrance point to the so-called Dragon's Backbone Rice terraces. These are over 600 year old feats …

Day 292/297 - Silence on Tianamen Square / Silenci

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot


... litat terrenal, etc. Ens agrada també els lleons que donen la benvinguda, un mascle (amb una bola a sota el peu – simbolitzant el poder) i una femella (amb una cria). Ah, el groc és el color de l’emperador i les teulades estan pintades d’aquest color. Ens agrada trepitjar pel mateix lloc on hi havia passat l’emperador! Aprenem també que Beijing va esdevenir capital de la Xina amb la invasió ...

Wow!,! Beijing!

A travel blog entry by jenksms2010


... there, and I can't wait to meet my buddy's family today as well. The city is just beautiful and I am so lucky to experience this. See y'all soon!

Beijing has been amazing! From magnificent jade sculptures to ancient imperial cities- we've seen it all. Some people (like me) have given in to buying $10 Rolex from vendors on the street. The food is phenomenal and all the meals have featured a lazy Susan. I always have fun carrying out conversations ...

Peking i miss you

A travel blog entry by luciecox


... red. Sometimes the police officer just gives up because everyone crosses anyway. Sometimes on a one way street, you must look both sides.
No one really speak English. It is a constant try-to-guess-what-i-mean game. We cannot leave without a pen and paper and every price is negotiable (bargaining is my forte).
We now have to buy bottled water. Hot water is available pretty much everywhere but it takes time getting used to. Food is really delicious and ...

Wow! What a city.

A travel blog entry by chabuquita


... while. We scaled mountains, drove through dangerous roads, enjoyed a restful afternoon at the lake, learned a little Chinese from them and learned to eat sea cucumbers, eels, all kinds of wild herbs and managed to learned the art of using chopsticks and the etiquette to eat from a Lazy Susan table, to drink every spirit that was offered to us and when to tip and how much. All thanks to our fellow travelers and their Chinese friends. Thank you ...


This hotel, located in the Fengtai District area of Beijing, is near Museum of the Chinese Revolution, Beijing Capital Museum, Eight Great Temples (Badachu), and Anantara Spa By The Great Wall.
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