Hangxingyuan Hotel

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

China Museum

A travel blog entry by jadekitts on May 30, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

Since today was going to be over 100 degrees, Wei didn't want us to be outside a lot today. So today, he took us to the China National Museum. It is a really beautiful building, and we saw a lot of cool ancient artifacts. Also, I learned a lot about the Chinese history. We just spent most of the morning there, and then after that, Wei didn't have anything else for us to do for the day. So all of us went out for ...

The Great Wall and more

A travel blog entry by shockergram on Oct 14, 2013

14 photos

... eggplant, a spicy meat and vegetable dish, chicken soup, a sweet and sour dish, rice and hot tea. Preceding dinner we received warm wash clothes to freshen up. After dinner we were surprised to learn there was a short show. A beautiful young lady made a speech in Chinese, then 3 beautiful, graceful dancers, 2 ladies played traditional Chinese instruments, mystical and beautiful, a man that did a very interesting kind of dance in which his face ...

Wriggly food

A travel blog entry by julie.tennett on Sep 11, 2013

... the lake area with the long gallery, and various pavilions and halls, and pretty gardens. The hill area would have been good - particularly had the visibility been better. We weren't given the option to visit the Tower of Buddhist Incense, which is the prominent feature and the path is lined with the more important and impressive halls.
We were given 30 minutes or so to explore and Peter and I dashed the length of the Long Gallery to the site of the marble ...

Beijing - the Great Wall and Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by fionacheng on Mar 17, 2013

2 comments, 36 photos

... Now all sleeper trains I had used in SE Asia were all soft sleepers which means four beds per cabin with a door. This time around we were traveling hard sleeper which meant six beds per cabin and no door! Keeping an open mind about it I discovered that Chinese trains are a lot nicer than Vietnamese or Thai trains (minus the squat toilets!) It was a whirlwind few days in Beijing, not nearly long enough to see everything but just long enough to make me want to go back some ...

The Ming Tombs

A travel blog entry by ricao on Jul 29, 2012

1 comment, 17 photos

... get back up ground and out of the tomb, you get an excellent view of all the surrounding scenery, including pretty trees and forests.

Every once in a while, I would continue my conversation with the new intern girl. Today and for the next week, the two of us clashed...a few times. She always made fun of my Chinese and laughed at me when I made mistakes. She was also a little condescending about it, which I thought wasn't ...

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