Hepingli Hotel (Xinghua Road)

No.4 Huagong Dayuan, Xinghua Road, Hepingli, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100013, China | Hotel
Prices starting from $50.00

Travel Blogs from Beijing

China Part 4: A Square, a Palace, and a Wall

A travel blog entry by jonnystravels


... playing cards came out and some games of Kings Cup commenced, along with some occasional karaoke singing, and some tequila might have made the rounds. Long story short, the next morning I remembers why I quit doing tequila shots 16 years ago. It was puke free, but lets just say I was not in top form. With my time in China at an end (thanks a lot for not giving me that 3 month visa China), I was off to Kyrgyzstan to begin the next leg of my trip, Central Asia trekking and the Silk ...


A travel blog entry by scott.burgess07


... few meals in the Bridge, at Steps and then at the Ganges Indian restaurant to finish. Most importantly though, I got the recipe for Jī dàn guàn bǐng! I'd planned in advance to leave for school early to give myself time for a slow (and tedious for them I'm sure) conversation with my favourite street vendors, however, whilst the dialogue wasn't perfectly fluid, they seemed to understand everything I said, and I now (with a little help from my ...

China - Buzzing Beijing

A travel blog entry by gemchild


... which was really open and chilled out, away from the hectic roads outside. Our room was also another spacious place which was set in the old bar, with big stone walls - we were sharing this with 8 other people which I normally would have felt a little uncomfortable with but here I felt fine, I think because it was spacious ...


A travel blog entry by grace2404

... national gallery followed by a little bar called 3797 in a quirky hutong district. From there we wandered back to the hostel for an early night, stopping only for a quick bite to eat in a local cafe on route. We are beginning to discover that Beijing is incredibly independent from the rest of the world...no one speaks English and you bump into very few tourists away from the main attractions. I have also never experienced anything like the smog, on a bad day it covers you in ...


A travel blog entry by andi.in.china


... neighborhoods the government put up high walls around so Olympics visitors couldn't see them. Well, that's not quite true, some of the old hutong neighborhoods were totally destroyed to put up new buildings and to make way for new construction and like everywhere else in China, people were given "lots of money and a beautiful apartment" to move and "if the government says to do, it you do it.” I was ...



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