China Resources Hotel

No.35 Jian Guo Road,Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100025, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Welcome to China the super power

A travel blog entry by jon_lowra2014


... the city. Beijing is known for its hutongs (alley ways) We took the most expensive rick shaw ride ever to take us around some of these. We paid £18 for a 30 minute dodgy ride. We were slightly disappointed in this as we were only shown one Hutong family complex and left wanting more. You can't come to Beijing without venturing to the Great Wall of China! An early start, and a bumpy 2.5hr bus ride and we were there. We expect a tough walk but we ...

Being a Kid Again

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... the woman Olivia and I brought it from before. When we got to the place, the woman remembered me for some odd reason. First, she poured us some tea to tea. The first type of green tea was very simple. Then Olivia wanted some black tea. The woman let us tried it and it was so good.

Anthony was speaking Chinese with the woman and people in the store. He was very confident and one of them said he spoke Chinese very well. I struggled to understand what the woman ...

Beijing a.k.a The Great Bamboozle

A travel blog entry by shelaughs


... ready (and discovering I hadn't packed my straightener-hence, the hair pulled back in all my pictures), we headed off to find the Forbidden City. Upon being dropped off at said Forbidden City, we discovered that we were actually at the exit, not the entrance. There were people everywhere trying to get us to buy things or offering to take us around to the entrance in their cars, vans or "rickshaws," which are little bicycle carriages. We repeatedly said "no" and ...

Beijing: a week in the belly of the beast

A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes


... everyday Beijing. The city was once dominated by the working class 'hutongs' – a dense web of low-rise alleyways where human activity buzzed in between the wide, featureless boulevards. Although many of the hutongs were demolished in slum clearance efforts and replaced with high-rise tower blocks, large areas of hutong remain, and we set out to find them.

Stepping out of the metro, however, we found ourselves almost immediately lost, and instead ended up on the leafy ...

Peeking at Beijing

A travel blog entry by stoddart


Monday 7th May 2012

We woke early and departed the hotel at 8am and headed to the airport for our flight to Beijing. Edward had arranged for our luggage to be collected and transported to the airport ahead of us and by the time we got there all we had to do was collect our boarding passes and get through security. After a one hour forty minute flight we landed in Beijing, collected our luggage and made our way ...


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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good