Fengnan Hotel

Address: No.2 Hanzhuangzi East Alley, Fengtai South Road, Fengtai District, Beijing, 100070, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Fengtai District area of Beijing, is near Museum of the Chinese Revolution, Beijing Capital Museum, Chairman Mao Memorial Hall (Maozhuxi Jiniantang), and Lugou Bridge.
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    Beijing I

    A travel blog entry by chriswrobs on Oct 12, 2014

    7 photos

    ... Chinese girls who then invited us for tea. Being three males, we naturally felt good about ourselves and accepted their invite. After an hour of chatting and a few cups of tea, the bill eventually came. For what was two kettles of tea, and three cups of wine, the bill came to an unimaginable 1000 Yuan! Normally, some tea and a few cups of wine would be to 100 Yuan, if that. What’s worst, the bill was handed to us and not the ladies who extended the invite and who had ...

    Hitting the Wall

    A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Jan 17, 2014

    418 photos

    ... a family-fun water park. Unfortunately, the reports we hear are that, for the princely sum of 20, you need to prove yourself in a proficiency test before you can even swim, and that is assuming you get through the urine-stench of the changing rooms. A sad story. We took photos of it instead.

    The highlight for Lynds was the Bird's Nest : a fantastic piece of architecture and affording really photogenic scenes. For me, the highlight was a rather unheralded piece of ...

    Crossing over to China

    A travel blog entry by simoncardnell on Dec 20, 2013

    14 photos

    ... Angelia Merkel wouldn't pose like that in a bikini! At the boarder the train stops for four hours and everyone remain on the carriage, as they lift you up and replace the wheels. This means the wheels can fit the Chinese rail-tracks. In the morning the landscape knows to completely change again and this section becomes probably the most interesting (although perhaps not the most scenic) section of the entire trans-Mongolian-railway. There are mountains, tunnels and plenty of ...


    A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Jun 29, 2013

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... with the collage of teachers some of whom remain narrow and simplistic in their attitudes towards some of us But that's their problem. As I sit and reflect on the year that's been, I am fully aware that I have come to terms with my life here and fully embraced it, both professionally and personally, and teachers like Moud and Chat have helped me rediscover myself. Thanks guys, you will be the only teachers leaving who will be missed by one and all. From me to you, thanks.

    Back in Beijing after some years

    A travel blog entry by steffen102 on Nov 02, 2012

    33 photos

    ... Wall at Mutianyu at about 11.30am. In the meantime the weather had gotten much worse and it was pouring buckets of water. So finally I was able to test not only the rain-coat I had bought for my travel but also my rain-pants from the USA that I had never used before. Luckily both proved to be quite rain-proof :-).

    As usual in these South-East-Asian countries, one ends up paying additional entry fees on the way that one does not know about up-front. Once we had arrived at the ...