Huandao Boya Hotel

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), Museum of the Chinese Revolution, Beijing Capital Museum, and Hall of Great Harmony (Taihe Dian).
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    From Beijing to Chongquig

    A travel blog entry by davidbonham on Aug 24, 2014

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    ... He is a pulmonary specialist and his wife works in advertising. They live in the third largest city of Brazil. We had a massive day today. We were driven to Tiananmen Square and parked about 1km away. We walked to the square 800 m x 400 m. It has held 1 million people on special occasions. A monument housing the body of Mao was on one side. A queue about 12 persons wide snaked its way back & forwards across the square. Mao's portrait adorns the entrance to the Forbidden ...

    Day 1

    A travel blog entry by line-plotz on Jun 24, 2014

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    ... Chinese would ask for photos of the "pretty foreigners", and not to be alarmed.

    He then told us that safety was our number one priority, and told us the word for wallet in Chinese. It is something pronounced like "tien poh" - but it also means literally what's in front. The Chinese believe that what's in front is yours, but they can't be sure about what you put behind you. Learning about pick-pocketers on the first day.

    Our Beijing guide ...

    Favorite Day so Far!

    A travel blog entry by photohappy on Dec 19, 2013

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... alleviated.

    Hutong means long thin street or something like that. Just prior to the 2008 Beijing Olympics many of these centuries old neighborhoods were torn down in favor of housing that could accommodate more people, hotels and office buildings. However the area we were in was preserved. The woman who was hosting us told us it belonged to her husband’s family for several hundred years. We all agreed she ...

    What a change of pace

    A travel blog entry by jackajaylus on May 29, 2013

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    ... of one of their friends. That's probably why I'm writing so much here, just because I need someone to tell about this in English!! And theres no Facebook or Twitter in China so no chance of me talking to anyone on there. I'm getting better quickly and I can pick out quite a few words in the conversations they have with eachother, but I'm a long way off being anywhere near good.

    China, or Beijing at least, is massive. The amount of space wasted is ...

    China: Part I

    A travel blog entry by globehunters on Sep 11, 2012

    3 comments, 38 photos

    ... This area is filled with trendy shops and restaurants, we well as wealthy residents both Chinese and ex-pats. The architecture is still quite Western, however, some of the larger homes are now converted into multi-apartment building, which is less charming. Nonetheless, it’s a great area to walk. It has a nice park, called the Fuxing Park. This is reminiscent to Central park in NYC, but on a much smaller scale. The ...