Daxing Hotel

No.118 Third Section of Xingfeng Road, Daxing District, Beijing, 102600, China | Hotel
Prices starting from $61.00

Travel Blogs from Beijing

Wooo to the Wall

A travel blog entry by filipmontberg


... a group of about 8 people which wasn't too bad and our guide spoke flawless English, I was sure he had studied in the US or something but he had just picked it up... Anyways, we started with the Tianamen square (where there of course was no mention of the June Fourth Incident in 1989....) and we then entered the Forbidden city. It was absolutely massive! It took us nearly two hours to walk through it (we stopped quite a bit on account of the guide's lectures) but it ...

Happy in the Hutongs

A travel blog entry by mrsmac


... br> We eventually came to the Drum Tower and behind that the Bell Tower. These have been restored and are fine examples of Chinese Imperial architecture. Several temples have also now been restored. We stopped at the Fire God's temple which seems to be still being used for its original purpose though many of the others are now administrative buildings. By now it was 12-30 and we had been walking for two hours so we stopped at a local restaurant and had fried prawns and calamari with ...

Arrival in Beijing

A travel blog entry by wilk


... slices of cucumber in it, no duck was visible. It looked like dirty washing up water. We played pass the parcel/soup so everyone ate some of it and we didn't offend the chefs. The photos attached were taken at the restaurant. We found an Asian version of the Ramsay duck. Janelle was very excited. Off to bed soon and up early for Tiannamen Square, the Hutongs, etc ...

I made it to The Great Wall!

A travel blog entry by robin.p.tuck


... got so many good deals. Dad got me a really pretty pearl ring, and some sunglasses. After the long day Dad and I went back to the hotel and had a nice nap. When we woke up we went to olympic stadium. It was very cool to see the birds nest, and the water cube. I even got myself a new swim bag from the water cube gift shop. I can't wait to go back to Canada and use it. It was very cold and so Dad and I went through it rather quickly. But we saw everything, and it was ...


A travel blog entry by spsadventures


... Kittitan do that), it was heavy smoke.
Very well-marked public toilets everywhere. We didn't use any, but the signs were big and bold (moreso than the signs for many businesses) and there were a lot of them. I don't know if that's because businesses don't have public restrooms or the government is doing everything it can to curb the mid-sidewalk tinkling.

As Lisa and I were exhausted, we headed back to the hotel via one ...


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