Fragrant Hill Empark Hotel

Address: No.59 North Zhenhuangqi, Haidian District, Beijing, 100093, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Outskirt area of Beijing, is near Fragrant Hills Park (Xiangshan Gongyuan), Eight Great Temples (Badachu), and Cherry Valley Botanical Garden.
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    Forbidden City Day

    A travel blog entry by kreynolds89 on Sep 26, 2014

    34 photos

    ... checkpoints today. Firstly, to get on the subway. Secondly, to get through to Tian'anmenn Square and then finally to access the Forbidden City. The officials were not interested in me but paid very close attention to the Chinese. Standing looking at the entrance to the Forbidden City was surreal. It is a place I am so familiar with, yet can't quite believe I'm here. The large portrait of Mao hanging over the central passageway gave a strange feel to the place. The Imperial ...

    The Great Wall today

    A travel blog entry by tayrocfam on Aug 16, 2014

    2 comments, 18 photos

    We enjoyed our Peking Duck Banquet a short walk from the hotel and it was pretty amazing walking back home in the dark through the brightly lit streets, hearing the music and enjoying the atmosphere of people enjoying Friday night out. Day three Our day started at 7.15am as we had to try and beat the weekend traffic, as apparently everybody loves to exit the city for the weekend. We were unsuccessful and the one hour journey turned into two hours! Our coach driver ...

    Forbidden City

    A travel blog entry by deswirral on Jan 10, 2014

    Breakfasted at 9 then met up with Maria our guide. She assumed that as we were retired we wouldn't be up for walking so she offered to stop a couple of taxis to Tianamen Square. However taxis were few are far between so we said we would walk. After numerous security checks we entered the Forbidden City Maria told us it was good to come the winter as the queues are very long In the summer 2 - 3 hours. It took more than ...

    A Jump Start on My Musical Summer

    A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Jun 26, 2013

    21 photos

    ... of it as I could. When I felt comfortable enough with the melodies, I hummed a little too, but that was about as far as I could go with that.

    The thing with Chinese opera as opposed to Western opera is that they both have very different vocal techniques. Kunqu and Peking opera both use a high larynx and sing directly from the throat, creating a smaller and more nasal sound. Western opera is focused on open vowels with the larynx down and sort of focusing on singing out of ...

    Second Day: Beijing

    A travel blog entry by daxandtyrer on Nov 10, 2012


    ... they take their clients. After the long visit to the Forbidden City - so named because the ordinary could not enter. Indeed, no one could enter without the permission or summons of the Emperor. The City is behind a huge wall behind which the Court existed), itself across a huge lake. It took 1million people to build this enormous edifice - we were driven back to the Hotel to dry out out. This evening we went to the Beijing Wanfujing Quanjude Roast ...