Hui Yuan Gong Hotel

No.16 Nanfaxinqian Street, Shunping Road, Shunyi District, Beijing, 101300, China | Hotel
Prices starting from $29.00

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Day 8

A travel blog entry by abbeystravel


... to be chicken noodle--it was a bit too spicy for me so I didn't eat much of it.  I also tried a smoothie from a juice bar that was in the mall which ended up being really delicious. With our stomachs full, we traveled to the Hutong District.  It was a little unusual compared to what we've been doing so far--we spent some time walking up and down all the little non-touristy allies which was a little creepy because it was after dark and there were ...

Not Needing Chinese for Once

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... up from her nap. Then, we walked to Subway for her to buy food.

We had to dash to our meeting with our program. The directors came in with pizza. They had us to fill out surveys. we literally waited for a while after filling out the papers. Olivia jumped up and screamed to get the pizza. We all ran up and I grabbed some fast. I was so hungry since I did not a proper meal today.

Once the meeting was done, I returned to my room.


Wriggly food

A travel blog entry by julie.tennett

... made a couple of brief appearances on the group video, I hadn't featured at all! Interesting.
We had a busy schedule. First stop we were going to the Olympic Park to see the Bird's nest and water cube. This was to be followed by a trip to the Chinese Herbal Medical Centre. This should have been done on day 2 but the schedule got changed. After that the group was to split. Some would continue to do the $95 optional tour which included the Summer Palace, (built for ...

Tiananmen Square & the Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by canditron9000


... is nearly non-existent; throw in a sandstorm and I'm ready to call it a day. So, Tiananmen Square ended up in the category of I'm glad I went, but I won't go back. I'll say the same for the Forbidden City. The complex is said to contain 9,999 rooms and I'm pretty sure we saw them all. Next up was the Temple of Heaven, which the Chinese believe to be the center of the universe. The Stone ...


A travel blog entry by ricao


... development. Our tour guide went very in-depth into the feng shui of Yonghegong and also yin and yang (阴阳). Every time you design a building or piece of architecture, every single thing on it has some sort of purpose and is not for just decoration. She analyzed the archway to Yonghegong for us, giving us the significance of all the details. In terms of architecture, things get a lot ...


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