Jiang Shan Yi Yuan Hotel

Building 1, No.331 Xitieying, Youanmen Wai, Fengtai District, Beijing, 100069, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Wooo to the Wall

A travel blog entry by filipmontberg on Jun 02, 2014

82 photos

... China so instead he brought it to her... There's a large artificial lake with an island in it as well as an artificial "mountain" made from the soil from the lake. There main building is located on this "mountain". We took a boat ride on the lake and then we went back to the hostel because the whole tour group were so exhausted. Back at the hostel I met Fabian who had chilled there for a while and befriended one of our new room mates, Craig from the UK.
The next ...

Love Chilling

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Nov 21, 2013

8 photos

... to our room. I studied for my dictation for a bit.

Later, I went to class. My dictation went well. Then we began our lesson reviewing the grammar we learned this week. For one of them, I said something about shopping again with Bethany. Our laoshi said that Bethany and I are "shopping partners" since we constantly go shopping together. No shame in that since it is always fun to eat and shop with Bethany.


Farewell banquet and being pushed off the wagon

A travel blog entry by griceydoesasia on Sep 29, 2013

2 comments, 4 photos

... Chinese countryside. Daisy had listened to this and kindly offered to have a consultation with me when we got off the bus in order to find out what was going on with me. It was amazing to see her work as she uses a combination of kinesiology and energy reading with a pendulum to decipher the exact cause of symptoms. Now clearly my medical history is of no interest to anyone, but the outcome and advice was that I was sensitive and intolerant to ...

Exploring the hutong

A travel blog entry by ageinghippie on Apr 08, 2013

1 comment, 10 photos

... The second group of hutongs is named after the officials or nobles who resided there. When Emperor Yongle of the Ming Dynasty established Beijing as the capital, most of his officials moved from Nanjing. The alleys they lived in took on their names. Yongkang Hutong in the north was originally named Marquis Yongkang Lane after the Yongkang Marquis, Xu Zhong. Sanbulao (ThreeNever-Old) Hutong on the West City District was originally named Sanbao ...

The Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Aug 29, 2012

2 comments, 24 photos

... and a tribute to ancient Chinese architecture. After walking through the palace for at least two hours I didn't even scrape the surface. From its shimmering gardens to it's numerous gates and rooms, this is one of those extraordinary sites that remains a compelling testament of an extraordinary past. While all of this is balanced by the hordes of tourists from China and beyond, the Forbidden City is one of the essential stops on anyone's tour of this ancient and fascinating ...