Huyu Manor Hotel

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

Arriving in China!

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14


... locals who want to take their picture with us, especially the girls, because of their beautiful blonde hair. They are all very friendly, and a bit shy about it, but are very happy when we agree to pose with them and smile.
Scot has to buy a Comrade Obama t-shirt, showing Obama dressed as Chairman Mao, and assuming Mao’s classic pose. (Need anything more be said!?).
It has been very fun sleeping in the traditional Japanese rooms, on ...

Appreciating a Story

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... see the other parts of campus. At first, we walked to our classroom building and Monica noticed a statue behind some flowers. We ran to see it and it turned out to be a nude woman with a child.

Then we walked around in the south part of campus and saw some paths that I did not notice before. There was a nice path with traditional Chinese architecture and plants. Monica took me to a hidden path, which we saw some students chilling. Suddenly, we walked into ...

Haggling at Sanlitun

A travel blog entry by 2swiss


... apologize for obviously having wasted the person's time. Then the magic happened in 4 out of 5 times. Either the vendor shouted "ok, 10" or call "come back!" to initiate another round of negotiation. Once the price went down by two 25% steps while walking away. There was one important rule: once the vendor agreed you have to buy at that price, unless the inspection reveals a faulty item, you start another negotiation round for a multi-item purchase or ...

Seizing the day

A travel blog entry by ian_witchlow


Today was my free day, so I spent it at the Temple of Heaven and the forbidden city.
To get there, I took the subway and it was a pleasant experience- really, Beijing's subway is great and inexpensive. Going to Tiantandongman station first, I went to the temple of heaven. Not all too busy, it was a massive forested religious area, a relic from the china of the emperors. there were hawkers, but not all that many, and the stairs were very ...

Playing the tourist

A travel blog entry by herriejeroenski


... we
tried to find something to eat, which is as easy as breathing in
Beijing.. We ended up in Ghost street, a street bustling with
different style of Chinese restaurants. We ordered some food, and 2
bowls of hot&sour soup (my favorite). Instead of 2 bowls they
served us 2 bathtubs(!) of soup hahaha, luckily another waitress
intervened so that we didn’t have to eat the whole 6 liters of
soup. The rest of the food was ...


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