Huashanyuan Hot Spring Hotel

Xiaojiaoting Village, Gaobeidian, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100124, China | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $97.00
 

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Day 8

A travel blog entry by abbeystravel

6

... of stray animals around and trash in the streets. Once we walked around there for a while, Wei took us to the river portion of the district that was surrounded by over 100 bars.  We didn't have the chance to go into any of them, but we got to walk around and peek into some of them--each little bar had its own theme and the area seemed super lively and fun.  We are hoping to have some time before we leave Beijing to go back and try a couple of the ...

The wonderful intern program in china with GAC

A travel blog entry by casperkranen

A number of things contributed to making my internship such a fantastic experience. First of all, as I chose the home stay option, I was living with a Chinese family in a typical Beijing apartment. The family was very kind and provided ...

Wriggly food

A travel blog entry by julie.tennett

... Empress), a dumpling lunch, (restaurant called Daqinghua).
This as followed by a tour through the Hutongs (old streets), and then Wuchang Street for the markets and brand name shops. The plan for the evening was for a night of cards and fun.
I have to admit I wasn't particularly excited about seeing the outside of the Birds Nest and Water Cube. Once there I have to say it was very impressive. The Birds Nest was used for both the Opening & ...

Tiananmen Square & the Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by canditron9000

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... excursion so we didn't get a lot of back story. Again, I'm glad I went, but...the weather.

We capped off the first night with a Welcome Dinner at Lost Heaven. This was our first formal introduction to Chinese cuisine and most of the dishes were pretty tasty. I threw caution to the wind and dove it meat first. So, I've officially transitioned to an omnivore, at least for this trip.
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Yonghegong

A travel blog entry by ricao

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... Certain things have to be in certain places, have to face in certain directions and some can or cannot be facing a particular building. I don't think I'll ever understand feng shui completely. Apparently the Ming Tombs that we visited last Sunday are famous for being perfect in terms of following feng shui, which is impressive considering how much area the Ming Tombs occupies.

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