Huangsi Hotel

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

Great Wall - shame about the Toboggan ride though!

A travel blog entry by fonfe on Sep 07, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... landmark!", we were both completely in awe of what we had seen. It was mind blowing to think about how this was put together so long ago and how what we had seen was only a tiny section of an impossible creation. Needless to say this was likely be a tough highlight to top in the final game of 'highlight/lowlight' (toboggan sadness notwithstanding!) at the end of our trip! Speaking of famous landmarks, the next day we would board a train to Xi'an in search of the Terracotta ...

Little Minion

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Nov 20, 2013

1 photo

... Sara. She asked me to hang out with her. I met her and we walked to the east gate. We then ran into Mariam and Samer. We stood there and talked for twenty minutes. Later, we tried the Lemon Exchange stand to get some bubble tea. So good. The worker gave us free Little Despicable Me Minions! Awesome! One of my favorite cartoon characters!

Then we returned to campus. I chilled with Sara and Karena in their room. Later, I returned to my room.

Blue Skies in Beijing

A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle on Sep 23, 2013

1 comment, 33 photos

... line was long and we were approached by a few independent drivers offering us their services. We asked one what he would charge us to go to our hotel and were quoted 280 yuan, exactly 14 times the amount our hotel said a taxi would cost. The line moved fast and the final price was 27 yuan ($5) - well worth the wait.

We were dropped off on a busy street at the entrance to a small lane, at which point the driver waved us in the direction ...

The Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by alycleveland on Jun 06, 2013

2 comments, 10 photos

... that look good for the day.

After lunch we stopped briefly at the Ming Tombs Path, which leads to the 13 tombs where the 13 emperors of the Ming Dynasty are buried. Along this path there are many massive marble statues of different soldiers and animals that have been built to guard and protect the tombs. We unfortunately did not get to travel all the way out to any of the tombs, but it was still another neat experience. ...


A travel blog entry by hardiek on Aug 13, 2012

6 photos

... a view of Shanghai in the process, though not exactly like cruising the Bund in a British double-decker bus. Unfortunately the exchange houses in China will fleece you right there at the airport, charging you fifty yuan to change your money, so I ask him for it back. I thought he said fifteen. That’s almost ten bucks! I do the ATM instead. It can’t be any worse.

Fortunately I get to the other airport with plenty of time ...