Jingyuyuan Hotel

Address: No.56 West Street, Dashila, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100051, China | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

A Little Mix of Everything

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Sep 21, 2014

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... and sights to see I'm off to explore the city. Beijing is a great city to get lost in. Duck down what appears to be an alley and you are soon overwhelmed by the ancient shops and temples. Or maybe you will come across one of the various night markets and you can give sample the local treats. Maybe a little scorpion tonight? A seahorse, some snake or maybe a cocoon or two? Doesn't tickle your fancy, then maybe just some ...

Good for the Soul

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Jan 18, 2014

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... the chicken curry because it seemed good by the picture in the menu. The dish came with bread. Later, the waitress put desserts on my table and said, "This is for free." I was surprised and grateful for the free desserts.

That was my first time eating Turkish food ever in my life. I had no idea how good it was to the real thing, but I was happy with it. Turkish Mum was very stunning inside and a great place to enjoy some good food.

I decided ...

Going Home

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Dec 16, 2013

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... Now have the perfect reasons to go visit more parts of the U.S.

It did not shock me that Mohini was not there. She promised that she would. Oh well. I was not surprised, but I was grateful that we had our goodbye on Wednesday at the "Purple Palace."

Cindy went with Olivia and me, so she could tell the taxi where to take us. So happy that I was going to the airport with somebody I knew. At the airport, I had to wait ...

Who wants a deep-fried scorpion?

A travel blog entry by hollyandjames on Jun 22, 2013

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Who doesn't?! Well, truthfully, it turns out none of us wanted a deep fried scorpion, which surprisingly enough, was the general consensus of the watching Chinese public also. Clearly a bit of a legend in downtown Beijing, people came and took photos of the scorpions and then swiftly left. There were some model scorpions (pictured), which, despite being impaled on a skewer, continued to dance around and put on a good show, fully aware that they would ...

Beijing Part Deux

A travel blog entry by vwuertz on Oct 10, 2012

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... hall represent heaven, earth, purity and tranquility. During the Qing dynasty, the building was divided into two parts: one side which honors the natural gods and the other side for use during the wedding night. We leave this hall and pass through the gate into the Imperial Garden. Here we see giant 400-500 year old trees and walking paths. One of our group remembers the garden from a scene in “The Last Emperor.” Yes, it is true that ...

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