Haojiade Express Hotel Beijing Huida

Address: No.86 West of North Loop 3, Haidian District , Beijing, 100037, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the W. 3rd Ring/w. 4th Ring area of Beijing, is near Beihai Park (Beihai Gongyuan), Museum of the Chinese Revolution, Hall of Great Harmony (Taihe Dian), and Beijing Capital Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Going Up...

A travel blog entry by cboss on Mar 06, 2015

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What better way to adapt to a new time zone, culture, and climate than to climb? I lost count around 1,000 steps. Some were 6" tall, some were 2" tall. Any misstep on the way up could have led to a less than pleasant fall over the friendly side of the Great Wall. If you managed that at the right time, the drop could've been a few feet... I'd guess we climes anywhere from 400 to 500 vertical feet. We passed 4 guard towers, and found ourselves amazed at the ...

Mu tian yu, the Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by julstravelsasia on Sep 25, 2014

... present all morning, lifting occasionally but never completely. We begin to feel warm as we climb through each beacon tower and watch tower, almost taking as many steps as photos. The Great Wall of China was first built in ancient China around 221 BC by the Quin Tian Dynasty to defend itself from the minorities and the Mongols. . Han Dynasty was responsible for adding another portion about two thousand years ago to protect the famous silk route. The third and ...


A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on May 08, 2014

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... and sugar snap peas. We sat and gorged for an hour or more, tables around us finishing and leaving and being replaced with more hungry heritage hunters. Full and happy we walked up towards Tiananmen Square, the largest public square in the world and probably the most (in)famous. True to form it was huge, with a large memorial to Chairman Mao in the middle. We'd arrived just before sunset (apparently, the smog means that Beijing doesn't see much of the sun), which every day sees a ...

Last Day in Beijing

A travel blog entry by meetyouthere on Sep 01, 2013

Today we had a free day in Beijing to do whatever we wanted. We started out by going to the Temple of Heaven. We walked around the edge of the Temple before we actually went inside. Then we played Chinese hacky sack with a Chinese woman and a game that looks like a cross between badmitton with ping pong paddles. Inside the Temple of Heaven, my favorite thing was the Circular Mound Altar. Everything at the altar is equivalent to 9 or a number ...

My final day at work - is the world ending?

A travel blog entry by arielle.rylands on Feb 28, 2013

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... morning, bring a sand storm with it. The American Embassy AQI had a reading of 506 at 10:00 with the note “Flee to Bali!” (Over 300 is “hazardous” on the EPA index.)

Avoid going outside unnecessarily until the winds and sand storm subside, and stay away from buildings ...