Hubei Hotel

No.36 Zhongguancun South Main Street, Haidian District, Beijing, 100081, China | 1 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Finally Arrived!

A travel blog entry by garymonteith


... a fever or a cough please inform on of the Flight Attendants, and the flight will be met by Quarantine Officials". Bill and I both looked at each other...yeah like I was going to admit to having a cough! We deplaned and headed for immigration again when what do I spy...SARs Police!!! Fortunately the 2 km walk through the Beijing airport hadn't raised my body temp enough to sound off any alarms! PHEW!! I was mildly worried that some bells and whistles were going to go off when ...

Summer Palace

A travel blog entry by mhchina

The Summer Palace the place where the emperor and his top ten favorite concubines would send the summer times. This sentence may make it sound like the palace was just a place made to ***** around, but like anyway the Emperor is, it usually is. The Forbidden City had nothing on the palace. The Palace is lager in size and beauty in my opinion. The lake that surrounds the island was man made just for enhance the already beautiful place. Like most beautiful buildings in the world the ...

Tea and Roast Duck and a Very Big Wall

A travel blog entry by silencespeaker

We started the morning with a drive through Beijing. The interesting thing about a private tour is you see a reality cruises or bus tours mighht shelter you from. You see the slums, the deformed beggars, the trash. We passed the Birds Nest and other buildings from the 2008 Olympics.
Our guide took us first to an enamal factory. This art is called cloissone, although I didn't fully understand why a french name has stuck. I found the process fascinating. You take a copper ...

Beijing Take Two

A travel blog entry by emds


... and all three of us really enjoyed ourselves. Many vendors were selling live scorpions impaled on skewers, twitching their legs and flexing their tales, waiting to be deep-fried alongside equally exotic street food such as starfish, centipedes, beetles, and various animal intestines. There were also more appetizing foods such as colourful candied fruit, plump little dumplings and drinks that frothed and smoked like magic potions. The street is easy to spot. The small ...


A travel blog entry by briandamit


... Before Mass, it was definitely fun to people-watch and guess where everyone was from. I'd say that about 70% of the parishioners were of Chinese descent, while around 20% were White and 10% were Black. The White people seemed to mostly be Americans, but there were Europeans and maybe Australians. Most of the Black people seemed to be from Africa or maybe Jamaica. I also did notice a few Filipinos which I could easily identify due to my experience with Tagalog ...

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This 1 star hotel, located in the Zhongguancun/Shangdi area of Beijing, is near Beihai Park (Beihai Gongyuan), Beijing Zoo, Prince Gong's Palace (Gongwangfu), and Hall of Great Harmony (Taihe Dian).
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