Huangsi Hotel

Building 3, Courtyard 25, Andeli North Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100011, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Acupuncture Adentures

A travel blog entry by amyfisher

This is a top pick!

... I expected. In some areas where they inserted the needles, such as my face, did hurt when they were positioned, but when they were left there, were painless. Other areas, however, such as the webbing between my finger and thumb, was extremely painful for the duration of the treatment. You can't move at all, and it is very sore to do so accidentally. I honestly did not like the acupuncture at all. It made me feel ...

The future of travel and the Tambourine Man

A travel blog entry by hunterpetrus


... or desk that the entire surface was touch screen and interactive. One could put a phone on the table and display information on the table or take information from the table and transfer to the phone. Documents could be spread out and passed like actual papers. Although this was just high tech business equipment, I knew there were things that Microsoft could do with travel. We saw a video of how these advancements in technology ...

Hit the deck Asia! Here I come!

A travel blog entry by ragazzo1977


... White Dagoba, we wondered into a cave which had a lot of these creepy looking figurines of emperors and warriors. Once we were done and back down the hill, we walked the Botanical Gardens which still had some flowers even though it was very cold. It wasn't long when we left Bei Hai Park and walked over to Jing Shan Park. The park is built atop a mad made hill. Each hill has several peaks each having their own shrine on top. So, ...

There once was a wall and it was very Great...

A travel blog entry by katyandgeoff


... building as it has no conventional entrance but instead can only be reached an underwater tunnel. This was a lovely view but we got a little distracted by one of the runners because when he passed us he was happily tooting away! Good thing it didn’t smell… We then walked past Ti’an Men Square where they are currently preparing for the changing of the flag ceremony which maybe we will catch tomorrow! Hopefully there will be no more windy occurrences ...

Crazy old crinklys

A travel blog entry by tomgant


... hoping to scale a volcano in the next few weeks! Some social observations in China: 1. Young couples and families love, and I mean LOVE, matching t-shirts! Especially ones focussing on twee little fluffy animals and hearts. I'm still trying to persuade Tomo our lives would be enriched with a few sets of matching t-shirts. He's not convinced. I'll continue to work on him. 2. All babies and toddlers are made to wear onesies with m***********s in the backside and no ...


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