Hangxingyuan Hotel

No.11 Hepingli East Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100013, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Silly American

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Sep 27, 2013

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... went off to study Chinese.

For Chinese class today, we had another dictation, which I passed. During lecture, we had to practice with asking the question of what we would be doing this weekend. When it was my turn, I listed places that I wanted to check out. My professor said that it was a lot of place. When she asked if I was going to see Happy Valley, I told her that I already went there. Everyone was surprised about how many places I wanted to see, but I said that ...

Beijing

A travel blog entry by ryan.diplock on Sep 03, 2013

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... to drag on about the difference between contemporary and modern art in ancient China....not paying any attention to the fact that these were business students, half of whom couldn't even hear what she was saying because she talked softer than a mouse talking into a pillow. Definitely no bueno and the low point of Beijing. After the tour was over (thank god), we were given time to explore around the area...which was actually fascinating. ...

Work, Lama, Mao and the Police

A travel blog entry by ian_witchlow on Feb 23, 2013

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... also has security scanning check points and Mao's tomb doesn't allow any bags or cameras (although they did allow me to keep my phone, which has a phone in it (a bit weird that). They had flowers you could buy to place (I didn't bother) and a statue of Mao in a similar pose to Abraham Lincoln. The line was pretty efficient and when I saw the body I can't help but have felt that it felt constructed- a bit fake or trying to capture some ...

Sunshine, Steps and more Sweat

A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 07, 2012

... who were understandably interested in the agriculture and treasures of China - as our guide pointed out they had only yak meat and yak cheese! We were headed for one of the reconstructed sections of the wall, about an hour and a half from Beijing city centre where we could walk along the steps and pathways with spectacular vistas of the wall disappearing over the lush valleys and hills surrounding the section itself.

The temperature was already in the low thirties when ...

Surviving a Chinese stopover

A travel blog entry by damienmathews on Jun 21, 2012

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... in varying states of repair. The Chinese Government had added such “improvements” as steel handrails to several parts of the Wall. Upon reading that the Jiankou section of the Wall was off-limits to tourists due to its dangerously decayed state, I picked it as a winner.

Due to awkward timing and lack of nearby accommodation, I decided to go there as soon as I landed and sleep on the Wall itself.



My flight arrived in Beijing 1.5 ...

     

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