Century Huangshan Hotel

Address: No.5 Renshou Road, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100050, China | Hotel
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      There will be a delay!

      A travel blog entry by afinial on Sep 13, 2014

      2 photos

      ... an Airport then another hour and half until Beijing. The plane arrives in Beijing and is parked out in the boondocks and we are bused to the terminal. It is now 1.30am

      Our driver is waiting for us thankfully, and we are taken to the Hotel Cote Cour. Tiny laneways and plies of rubble, tell us we are definitely in the Hutongs.

      Then a beautiful Red door and an ancient courtyard, lovely.

      Bed ...

      Duck devouring at Dadong

      A travel blog entry by adrianpritchard on Jan 07, 2014

      6 photos

      ... grease, here the duck is “superlean” and it shows. No oil whatsoever, just
      crispy sweet skin. Delicious!

      The skin was followed by the mystery ingredient of the same
      type that popped up in Quanjude, this time accompanied by a tongue.

      It turns out the ...

      Day 21 - Another Jam Packed Day In Beijing

      A travel blog entry by kazrobaus1 on Sep 21, 2013

      20 photos

      We managed to convince Jack that 7.45am would be a better start time so we had time for brekky, given that we had bought vouchers for 3 days. After a pretty average buffet of bacon, powdered eggs and left over Chinese from last night (ok were not complaining about the A$2.70 cost) Jong was already waiting for us. Seems Jack forgot to tell Jong the new meeting time as he was there at 6.30am.

      Still shattered from yesterday, we decided to skip the ...

      The final days in Beijing!

      A travel blog entry by alycleveland on Jun 13, 2013

      14 photos

      ... from the soil and earth removed to construct the Forbidden City. In accordance with Feng Shui principle, Coal Hill serves as the “turtle” of the forbidden city, which represents stability. There are a total of 5 towers on the hillside—1 at the very top that has the best view of Beijing (it is high above the surrounding buildings and is located directly in the heart of Beijing), and 2 ...


      A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Oct 20, 2012

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... a bit of reviewing for our midterm, and I ended up talking to Laoli about the Silk Market. When I told him where my friends and I were going, he shook his head, claiming it to be extremely expensive and advising me to buy clothes from other markets. I assured him I was only going to look, and that led into a conversation about how my quarter was going and what I was doing over winter break. When I mentioned I would possibly meet a friend from Italy in Russia, he ...