Hutongren Courtyard Hotel

Address: No.71 Xiaoju'er Hutong, Nanluoguxiang, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100009, China | 3 star hotel
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      A travel blog entry by cltc on Sep 19, 2014

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      ... where a man and his wife live. The man is an amazing and locally famous painter. We got to see his paintings and some of us got to buy them.

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      ... first. Rucksack on back, and carrying Dees. Dee had the 2 day bags and shopping for the trip. Once on, there were no issues until I turned into the corridor and realised I was stuck. Wedged between the walls, with rucksack on my back. I then forced my way down the corridor to the amusement of the conductor who smiled which was at least a good move forward. I don’t think he was too impressed with me messing ...

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      ... and bridges. It was a really pretty sight, and so we lit a bright red lantern of our own and set it off into the sky. It was a really amazing first day.

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      A travel blog entry by nathananddarja on Jul 15, 2011

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      ... Once we got there it was the same spiel and for changing money we had to take a ticket and wait for our number to be called. There were about 15 numbers ahead of us, which didn’t sound too bad except that every counter was so incredibly slow. We decided to just suck up the fees for using another ATM card, but it turned out that this bank didn’t even have an ATM! So, we went back to waiting. We then found out that we need a passport to change money (which ...