Huitong Hotel

No.6 Guang'anmen Nei Main Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100053, China | 1 star hotel
Prices starting from $175.00

Travel Blogs from Beijing


A travel blog entry by lony77


... a ceramics factory which were overpriced and pushy. At least the rest of the tour seemed happy. For lunch, I finally got my bottomless tea although the food was still mediocre! We arrived at the Wall which was truly stunning. We walked to the gate where I momentarily stepped to the side to take a photo. By the time I lowered my camera, my group had walked through the turnstiles and the 2nd SNA group had begun ...

Day 27 - Dawdling, Dumplings & Donganmen

A travel blog entry by costin


... into haggling, just because it was fun and ended up with two duck wraps for 20RMB (£2), the price that was initially quoted for one. It was a pretty good wrap, but nothing special. We also had some more dumplings and steamed buns, before we moved on to some of the more exotic things that Donganmen had to offer. Jemma was determined to eat a spider, as she has a phobia of them. She paid 80RMB (£8) for the privilege. In terms of tasting notes - "it tastes ...

My final day at work - is the world ending?

A travel blog entry by arielle.rylands


... br> My boss explained over my farewell lunch that this is not the worst he's seen it... You know its bad when you can smell the pollution in the air and they start shutting down factories and sending employees home! Michael, the owner of Astronaut China, took me out to lunch today to a Northern Chinese restaurant that had the best food I've had in China so far. Delicious beef and herbs with vegetables and BBQ kebabs. The people from that area are ...

Day 1 Beijing

A travel blog entry by lindb


... be tour guides, well they could be, but I have read that the audio tour hired at the city is pretty good and cheaper! I decide that by saying nothing and just scowling at them seems to work and they don't hassle me for long and move on to the next tourist coming their way. I do appear to be getting a lot of strange looks, and this continues throughout the day. Some people just stare... and i mean stare.... to the point whereby they are turning their heads to look at me. Now I ...

Another Erik in the Wall

A travel blog entry by eriklang


... slide down these parts on their derrieres. Another realization was that because the Wall follows the highest divide along the mountains, the views of the countryside were nothing short of stunning.

Much of the Great Wall was rebuilt during the Ming Dynasty about 400 years ago, and a lot of that was reconstructed in the 1960’s…because throughout history, many of the locals used the ruins as a quarry for stone to build houses, or ...

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