Changfeng Hotel (South Sanhuan)

Address: No.6 Songzhuang Road, Fengtai District, Beijing, 100078, China | Hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Changfeng Hotel (South Sanhuan) Beijing

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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Day 2: Beijing's Art Scene

A travel blog entry by spencerwynn on Jul 12, 2014

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... who are breaking many molds of what we in the West think of Chinese art. The hotel lobby photo I have included in this post is quite typical of many hotels! Glossy, marbled and well appointed. Tomorrow I meet the other Canadian media at 9:30 am when we will be taken to the Lama Temple. The other media types flew in today, so I know how they will be feeling tomorrow! I hope they got to bed ...

Biking in Beijing

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Apr 18, 2014

45 photos

... there.
It is quite exciting riding through here — there is traffic coming at you from all directions, including the small delivery vehicles which supply the shops and restaurants which are located throughout the hutong areas. The vehicles barely fit through the narrow alleys and streets, and trying to pass a bicycle while navigating these tight areas only makes it more difficult. A few horn blasts ensued, but everyone survived, thankfully.
There ...

Day 34 - Helsinki first then Flying to Beijing

A travel blog entry by shatilew on Aug 13, 2013

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Raining and we felt cold. Bought ponchos and caught bus to city. Shopped in department stores and Keryn bought two cardis and I bought scarf for Annie and Rowan. Day turned out fine and we left for airport at 2.30. By the way we had no luggage as his ...

Beijing, for the very first time

A travel blog entry by travistravels on Aug 05, 2012

17 photos

... haven’t seen many temples, this one is a very good representation that many temples have in their architecture and lay-out so I’d recommend a visit. It was worth the price of admission and then some, so a 3+.

Afterwards we went to a little noodle place and I introduced my family to beef noodles (nui rou mian) and dumplings (jiao zi). Then we crashed and my nephew and mom watched the Olympics.


Beijing smells of garlic! Fact!

A travel blog entry by stephwhittock on Mar 17, 2012

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... Monday was going to be a day of sight seeing and definitely walking. We set off on the subway to the Summer Palace, in the north west of the city. The subway is brilliant as it only costs 2 Yuan (20p) per single journey to go anywhere. The Summer Palace was OK but with an overcast day the views were not great. After, we went across to the Olympic village. If I am going to miss the London Olympics then I may as well see the stadium of the Beijing 2008 Olympics. It is ...