Jinyuan Business Hotel

No.199 Fenzhongsi, Fengtai District, Beijing, 100164, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Falling Back in Love with Beijing

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... I did not check it out, but it seemed big from the outside. For ten minutes, I really tried to find La Bamba, a Mexican place I went to with Bethany, but I could not. So, I stumbled upon a bakery. When I tried to ask for a drink, the woman said no. She said that she could tell I barley spoke Chinese. I laughed.

I later returned to the subway station. When I was on it, music was playing. Not shocking that it was two old people begging for money. Oh ...

The Great Wall

A travel blog entry by legendraes


... actually quite smart - the art work very detailed a dragon and a Phoenix symbols wife and husband and each inner ring is the next generation of your family - eek no pressure - opted for a medium sized one so we are not expected to have 5 kids.... On the drive back to the hotel was stopped for an exterior view of the Olympic village but from the other side of the road it was hard to see it for the smog!! The birds nest stadium is pretty ...

Our First Full Day in Beijing

A travel blog entry by vwuertz


... of the city is roughly 20 million, with 90% of them living in apartments. Houses, Jason says are for “big potatoes” since it is too expensive to own a house. However, apartment/condo living is not cheap either. To buy a two bedroom apartment (1,000 sq feet) in a good location, a person would need about $500,000 US. Renting can cost $2,000 US per month. A one bedroom condo in an excellent location could cost $10 million US. China does ...

Day 2- Subway Adventure!

A travel blog entry by rburrows92


... of them. Our food was gradually placed on them as we sat down and began chatting. I was captivated by this glass lazy susan as it spun food around the table, and I began to wonder why more restaurants in the US don't have them. Then a beautiful cooked fish came to the table and I lost all concern for the intricacies of restaurant design and the benefits of giant lazy susans. There was Beijing kaoya (Beijing Duck), several different vegetables, rice (of ...

In search of Xanadu

A travel blog entry by calumhill


... build enough houses that people will flock to see Xanadu. The towns focal point is a massive plaza with a statue of the man himself, Kubla Khan, at its centre.

The quietness of the place and uniqueness of our appearances drew us much attention. Unlike the deathly stares of Mongolian youths, this attention was all based on genuine intrigue. In other words it was ‘good racism’. This local interest can surely only of been heightened by seeing ...


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