Hua Thai Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hua Thai Hotel Beijing
Travel Blogs from Beijing
After breakfast we drove to Tiananmen Square. It is very damp, cold and polluted today with no sunshine. The aftermath of APEC was definitely gone. As we drove to the Square, Jo explained how Beijing is trying to deal with the traffic and smog. In order to get a license for a car, you have to apply and are put into a lottery system. Also, public transportation is really cheap (2 RBM or $.32) to ride the metro. ...
... 100 rooms which each have its own Taoist function- The 'Department of Urging', 'Department of Egg Laying' and even a 'Department of Jaundice'. All very peculiar. Fulfilled of stone tablets and our daily intake of incense we headed off for some shopping. Presents! Further south into the Embassy district we did come to the conclusion that we didn't like this area. Full of multi national signs, restaurants and schools- we much prefer the true Beijinger lifestyle in ...
... down steep trails for about an hour and a half until we came to a place where the trail had two options. One required some rock climbing while the other was just steep. We figured they connected at the top and I wanted to climb so I climbed up on the left and Kip and Steve went right. They didn't meet up. We kept going up thinking they would connect but the jungle was so thick that we couldn't tell what was ahead. I climbed and climbed until I'd made it to the top of a ...
... and it was taaaasty.
Carried on walking, just letting our feet take us where they wanted and stumbled across a lake lined with Bars and nightclubs the whole way round, so we know what we are doing on friday night!
Walking further into the hutongs ended up at the Drum and Bell towers North Dongcheng and after staggering up the incredibly steep steps we got shown a demonstration of the drums, which in the later Ming Dynasty were beaten to mark ...
... much. I've got many friend from the different background. Share every though, and I've got to learn anything new. Then specially when I've got the local, they help me so much.
I should told you about the difficulty of communicating in China. I don't know why my cellphones didn't work out to send a text. There's no coin public telephone. and the easiest way is by get a new China's number in mostly sell at newspaper/magazine shop.
Other side, ...