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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      ... a brave swimmer, and amateur singers in the street below. Our day was not quite done yet. Joerg did head back to the hotel, but it was girls' night out so Carol and I headed to a restaurant to enjoy famous Beijing Duck! As with Robert, and Tyler it is the same place that many Olympic athletes enjoyed in 2008. Afterwards, tired and full, we headed back to the Hotel for a much needed rest. The next day Jason took us to the train station where we headed to Xian, the next stop in our China ...

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