Huilongguan Hotel

Address: Huilongguan, Changping District, Beijing, 102208, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Changping District area of Beijing.
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        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Beijing

        Stuff you see in China

        A travel blog entry by mengfei on Sep 28, 2015

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        ... Ironic compliments

        On this trip, I've confirmed that what is true in Japan and Korea is also true in China - people only compliment you when you suck. I've gotten more compliments about my Chinese ability on this 3-week trip than I would typically get in a whole year in Japan or Korea. For the record, my Chinese clearly and unambiguously sucks at the moment. I am not being modest about this; I freely admit that my Korean is pretty ...

        Mesmerizing One of the Wonders of the World

        A travel blog entry by arnoldmace on Nov 05, 2014

        ... s largest military structure which is duly matched with its architectural splendour. There are number of walls, watch towers and shelters located on the walls which includes fortresses passing along the wall. This structure is a World Heritage Site as stated by UNESCO and is visited by millions of visitors every year from all across the globe. The Great Wall of China and its mightiness did make wish to repeat my visit to this ...

        A Dutch Girl in China - Part II

        A travel blog entry by elisapasch on Oct 07, 2014

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        ... br>
        Overall, Beijing is a beautiful city with a rich history and culture. I can’t say I liked the people there though. Of course the people we were surrounded by during our stay are not true Beijingers but rather domestic tourists from more rural areas. These people seem to have no manners and are simply rude, at least to European standards. When it’s time to enter the metro, it’s every man for himself. It’s similar to going to war, even though ...

        It is Benny not Lenny

        A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Jan 12, 2014

        38 photos

        ... had. There were wines on one wall and bunch of books on the other walls. The workers looked bored. We did not buy anything. As we were leaving the store, the worker following us told Lindsay to come back to shop again.

        We continued walking around. Lindsay screamed, "Snow!" I was so confused until Lindsay pointed it out. We walked to check it out. Turned out to be a rink with ice and snow. People were on snow sleds.

        Lindsay and I ...

        The final days in Beijing!

        A travel blog entry by alycleveland on Jun 13, 2013

        14 photos

        ... people drive like maniacs. I’m surprised I’m still alive. 2. It is massive. It will take you at least an hour to get anywhere in the city. The subways are packed, the roads are even more packed. 3. It smells bad. But that’s to be expected in a city with so many people. 4. Lush is the greatest bar ever. Best little hole-in-the-wall American-style restaurant in all of Beijing. (this was ...

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