Huanghe Jingdu Hotel

Address: 29 Middle Xizhaosi Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100061, China | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

To Eat or Not to Eat?

A travel blog entry by addyp on May 15, 2015

5 comments, 35 photos

Warning! I know it may be close to lunchtime for some, so you may want to read this later in the day. :)

After we got back from the tours, George recommended a few evening activities within walking distance. One of them was the night market which was less than a mile down the road. He said this would be a good experience with ...

Day 7 Beijing

A travel blog entry by petersentrips on Sep 21, 2014

20 photos

... br> Once the emperor died, the concubines became monks.
We had lunch at a restaurant where there was also a wedding banquet, when you are married in china, guests give the bride and groom a red envelope with money, and depending on how close you are to the bride and groom determines the amount you give, The amount you give is recorded to ensure that when it is your turn, you are given at least the same amount or more depending on the time ...

Transporting

A travel blog entry by anavela on Jun 19, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... explanations being translated by Benson we finally left. This doesn't mean that I was not enjoying the content of our meeting, but since we arrived to the newly opened 16 sq meters outlet, we were standing like if we were waiting for being accommodated in another room, with no AC and a paper cup of water: definitely not an example of what we have been learning about Chinese hospitality. After our stand-up meeting eHi offered lunch. We waited ...

Purple Bamboo Park and Food

A travel blog entry by pandabearm on Oct 03, 2013

1 comment, 44 photos

... and the nice man took a video of me playing on my phone. Before I left, he asked to speak to me: "You know, my English is very good, but there is one phrase I never understood. I think it goes 'see you later, alligator. See you in a while, crocodile.'" This was great. I explained to them that we say this for no other reason than because it rhymes. I then practiced the phrase with him. He was great.

Then I asked Ellen to take me to her favorite restaurant. I had REAL sweet ...

Happy Chinese New Year, Beijing

A travel blog entry by shenanigans on Feb 10, 2013

25 photos

... run for the flagpole. She breaks through the first line of guards but the undercover guys get to her within seconds. She screams something in Chinese and is lifted by multiple police officers into a van. Anyone caught taking photos has their cameras taken or asked to delete the photos. I managed to get a shot, followed by a swift packing away, turn around and practice my best "Camera? What camera?" face. We also get approached by 2 girls with basic ...