Qinglian Furun Hotel Beijing Niujie

Address: No.116A Guang'anmennei Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100053, China | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the South Railway Station area of Beijing, is near Summer Palace (Yiheyuan), Forbidden City (Imperial Palace), National Center for the Performing Arts, and National Grand Theater.
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

A Dutch Girl in China - Part II

A travel blog entry by elisapasch on Oct 07, 2014

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... through many buildings, the Forbidden City really is a city of its own! By the end of it though, the buildings all started looking the same (the basic structure is the same – red walls and a yellow (the emperor’s colour) roof). You finish off your tour in a large garden, where we ran into two friends from Hong Kong! It was great seeing them, but four girls from the West are a true tourist attraction (especially since one of them is blond). We posed for even more photos ...

Day 2: Beijing

A travel blog entry by nelkin on Apr 15, 2014

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... and unbelievably delicious. The closest thing i can compare it to is a sweet, curry-like quiche. Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City were our next stop. According to Howard, Tiananmen Square is like the gigantic front yard of of the Forbidden City. There are even soldiers standing guard next to the flag, taking four hour shifts. We crossed Tiananmen Square and entered the outer part of The Forbidden City. Now, the Forbidden City is literally a city ...

Beijing Around

A travel blog entry by echristian778 on Dec 08, 2013

... the heat on for us. Lets just say the tundra might have been warmer for that nap.

Burgers were delicious, fresh cooked and served with pretty darn good fries. And the beers were also pretty good, especially for a Beijing Brewery.

The next morning as our last thing before heading back to the Shiz, we went to see the Forbidden City. Which I have to admit, a few parts were cool, and it is really big, but there ...

Bell Towers, Hutongs and Lakes in Old Beijing

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Jun 30, 2013

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... the bell in it is the largest and heaviest in China. It is 7.02 meters (23 feet) high including the pendants, with a weight of 63 tons (138,891 pounds). It was made of copper, and you can hear its round and clear sound from far away. The two 2-meter-long (2 yards) wooden logs hanging sideward are used to ring it. Drum TowerLocated 100 meters (109 yards) south to the bell tower, it was placed on a ...

Beijing & The Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by new_lands on Aug 25, 2012

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... towers we should be able to reach in that time, so with haste I head off to explore.

The towers at every peak are lookout posts with their small slit windows, there is a great history here and a real feel of ancient times gone by pricks me, it feels unreal standing on The Great Wall of China and exploring its towers, I just take it all in. I’m delighted by the fact that many parts of the wall I have completely to myself, and most of ...