Fuxing International Centre

Address: No.237 Chaoyang North Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100025, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Forbidden!! Not Us!!!

A travel blog entry by 2013 on Sep 26, 2014

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... is much more welcoming. A pagoda sits on a huge wall of limestone brought from the south, where residents could sit and enjoy the delightful garden full of sculptures artistically placed. Leaving the city at the rear, some remnants of the city wall could be seen and beyond a nearby park that was accessible by residents of the once "Forbidden City." The antithesis of the Forbidden City would have to be the Hutongs ...

Beijing Housing

A travel blog entry by nietsreuef on Jan 27, 2014

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... Word is that any hutong house within the 2nd ring road, if you can find one for sale, is a million dollar project.

Because Beijing’s fortunes rose in the 15th through 18th century, then collapsed in the 19th, hutong housing continued well into the 20th century. In 1949 when Mao came to power, Beijing was a worn down but imperial city with palaces, temples, royal playgrounds, ...


A travel blog entry by beaudadams on Oct 25, 2013

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... spot about 40 mins from the center of Beijing. Summer Palace is a big lake with a massive building built on the hills over looking the lake, back in the day you probably could have seen all of Beijing, but with the smog there you can only see about 5 km or so. I also wouldn't swim there but again back in the day it would have been magic. We took a pedal powered boat, rather than a motorboat saving all of $1 each, thanks whining Russian girls, out on the lake and pedaled round ...

Great Wall

A travel blog entry by andynaomi on Jun 18, 2013

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Rose early after a surprisingly good sleep on the Chen's rice sack pillows. Delicious feed of chilli & garlic cabbage, steamed buns & hard boiled eggs for breakfast in the orchard. Hit the road about 8:30 and drove up the valley to where we started the walk with Chen as our guide. It was a fairly solid uphill slog for the first 90 minutes as we climbed up out of the valley and then wound our way along a ridge until we got to a section of the ...

Day 3- To Be An American

A travel blog entry by rburrows92 on Jun 28, 2012

5 comments, 14 photos

Today, things kind of went into full swing in regards to the actual program I'm here for. We had our first Chinese classes where we went over some foods and drinks as well as some basic verbs, mostly stuff that I've already learned. The good thing about this, though, is that it's begun to kick-start my brain into remembering everything that I learned last year. I'm picking everything up again pretty quickly, so I am beginning to gain confidence in my ability ...

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