Huandao Boya Hotel

Address: No.2 Wanshou West Street, Haidian District, Beijing, 100036, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the W. 3rd Ring/w. 4th Ring area of Beijing, is near Beihai Park (Beihai Gongyuan), Hall of Great Harmony (Taihe Dian), Museum of the Chinese Revolution, and Beijing Capital Museum.
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        Travel Blogs from Beijing

        There are no Great Wall Emojis

        A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Nov 02, 2015

        11 photos

        ... looked a bit out of place to have these fancy glass steps on this old relic.

        There weren't too many tourists overwhelming us on the Wall, but there were still a fair few people around. Natalie and I looked around for someone to take a picture of us together, and we spotted someone who looked like they were friendly enough, and with a big camera so they would know what to do. The man happily obliged, though initially looked confused. We saw that ...

        The sights of the Square shared with the masses!

        A travel blog entry by jojo-travels on May 26, 2015

        3 comments, 19 photos

        ... a car . . . Since there is such a bad traffic problem in Beijing, there is a lottery system in place. Every other month, one in 148 people who apply to register a car, is chosen by lottery! Arnold has been in this lottery for five years! No luck! He says he is not a lucky guy! :-(. Fortunately he can drive his wife's car!

        Tomorrow, we tour the old Hutongs by rickshaw and then board a plane for Xian.
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        Exit with a Crow Bar

        A travel blog entry by scroggins on Oct 10, 2014

        ... one and let me use their toilet. My bowels aside, or emptied for those who require a more accurate description, we forced ourselves onto an exceptionally busy subway train. By exceptionally busy, I do not mean that people were feeling a little awkward by the violation of their personal space boundaries. I am referring to the kind of busy that needs a crow bar to release the pressure. A laughable kind of busy, where once you laugh, your diaphragm is ...

        Great Wall

        A travel blog entry by travelbugchris on Jan 31, 2014

        5 photos

        ... height and width with different building materials. Gate towers are built atop the wall for guarding and lodging purposes.

        After descending on the fast exhilarating luge down the mountain, Jack our guide informs us that the Palace that we were going to visit next was closed because of the Chinese New Year Holiday and the Silk Market that we wanted to visit was also closed. We were not ...

        Good bye china it's been fun

        A travel blog entry by nicoleandtony on Jul 22, 2013

        1 comment, 11 photos

        ... from memory, though they never took the quarantine forms anyway!). The train then shunted back and forwards for about 30 mins, before they came back and returned our passports. We still have no idea why it did this, and both borders seemed very inefficient. In fact, the border between Kenya and Tanzania was more efficient and that’s saying something! However we have 1 more border to cross by train (Mongolia/Russia) and we believe that is meant to be an experience too!


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