Jiao Lou Business Hotel Forbidden City

Address: 33 Wusi Avenue, Beijing, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 33 Wusi Avenue, Beijing, is near Inner Court, Front Gate (Qianmen Gate), Temple of Enlightenment (Da Jue Si), and Shin Kong Place.
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Climbing The Wall

A travel blog entry by 2013 on Sep 27, 2014

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... And of course the red Chinese just cannot be missed wherever the eye wanders. We passed by many old hutongs, which also seemed to be relatively maintained, with many residents wanting to hold onto the freehold land they owned rather than be moved into smaller apartments away from the community they have enjoyed for centuries. Steve, was very good at pointing out and explaining, things passed by or about the ...

Beijing

A travel blog entry by sammy_moore on May 07, 2014

2 comments, 56 photos

... to reception to book a taxi. Rose soon followed with all her belongings and the loopiest taxi driver arrived. The hostel receptionist basically told him to step on it and he muttered something in Chinese but with a smile! Just as she was about to leave another car crashed in to a parked vehicle just in front of them. The taxi driver ran out of his car and ushered them to move to the side of the road, before running back to the car and zooming off. We waved goodbye and ...

China Day 4

A travel blog entry by elle-jordyn on Feb 13, 2014

1 photo

... son and Jackie Chan was filmed!! SO that was pretty exciting! The kung fu show was so impressive. We drove in and they were all waiting in the parking lot with dragon costumes on dancing to music! We then went inside the school and watched the show! At the end there showed us some karate moves and I was terrible. BUT Emily was a stinkin kung fu master!!! She was so good! Hahahaa We all then took some pictures with the guys in the show and they kept the most serious ...

Beginning in Beijing

A travel blog entry by stephmaca on Jul 12, 2013

3 comments

... to Holly - apparently changing your Chinese name is totally legit!) and our finest moment was when she asked to sing me a song. Of course I agreed and she then proceeded to give me an interesting rendition of 'My Heart Must Go On' from Titanic. Think of that famous blooper X-Factor audition from the "I can't leeb if liboodibooodaboo' woman (if you don't know it, You Tube it now), it was exactly like that. I applauded her but then in return she insisted I sang to her. Help! I ...

Viewing the Presidential Election from China

A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Nov 13, 2012

1 comment, 7 photos

... reported that one trade company was processing up to 500 deals a second during peak sales. People also complained that payments were taking too long or not processed. According to Xinhua News, China Construction Bank's online payment system was overloaded for a while and the Bank of China and Industrial Bank systems were alerted due to huge online traffic. Online shoppers have also complained that delivery of their products has been postponed for ...