Huyu Manor Hotel

Huyu Village, Nankou Town, Changping District, Beijing, 102201, China | Hotel
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Beijing

A travel blog entry by burles

4

... warm noodle soup. The evening was spent at a Chinese Acrobat show. My mind was blown by the strength and flexibility, and general awesomeness, of the acrobats as they performed tricks that you'd have to see to believe. Wednesday morning was spent at Lama Temple, the largest Buddhist temple outside of Tibet. I really appreciated the architecture and the peaceful atmosphere, as people lit incense and paid their respects to Buddha. It reminded me of Vietnam, a country that I'm only ...

One last hooray!!!

A travel blog entry by dillardstravels

128

... br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal; ">We left to visit a tea house. We were introduced to some different teas that are commonly consumed by the Chinese people and were taught the significance of them. They drink tea without any sweeteners because they drink more for the function of the tea, than the taste. We agreed that at the very least some honey or even agave was needed. Grant did enjoy a fruit flavored tea, so ...

Microsoft Office

A travel blog entry by kendracassels

6

... in which credit cards are not widely used. In addition, inter bank payment is not standard, therefore a debit card is required to pay off a credit card debt. This can create many headaches and makes accurate reporting and data tracking virtually impossible. Another difficulty extends from China’s large young workforce. The average employee in China is 25 years old and has very limited experience, especially in the area of customer service. This means that the service provided ...

Day 1 & 2

A travel blog entry by harveyandlinda

... fruits, and bakery items,etc. Then we got onto other streets where there were storefronts and made some brief stops. Besides walking, the locals were riding bikes both 2 and 3 wheel-Some of their bikes carried heavy loads of good or 3 wheel carts behind them carrying good or passengers. I also noticed alot of small dogs running around.... Some on a leach but most were not. Miss my Jessie boy. Didn't stop for supper until about 9. ...

I Drank Beijing Tap Water: An Amazing True Story

A travel blog entry by srimmel

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... I tried it, and it had a fantastic garlic and pepper flavor, and a firm but malleable texture. It was great.

After a very satisfying lunch, it was Tienanmen Square and the Forbidden City. Our tour guide this time around is really good, and has a lot of great information that she presents in a clear and relevant style. Had a lot of Chinese folks want to take pictures with us, especially because my roommate Phil is 6 and a half feet tall, blond haired and blue eyed. ...

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This hotel is located in the Changping District area of Beijing.
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