Jingfeng Hotel

No.71 Fengtai Road, Haidian District, Beijing, 100071, China | Hotel

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Christmas Day in Beijing

A travel blog entry by simoncardnell


... Mumbai where I signed up to the marathon on 17th January (but had long since abandoned attending). I will also need to get my Indian visa sorted somewhere, as I was planning to get it in Kathmandu. All a big headache but new opportunities may come of it all. Also must people aren't lucky enough to see half of what I've seen so whilst disappointed there's no way I can complain. I've been to Shanghai before but it's the next big destination in a Southern direction ...

The Climb of Our Lives

A travel blog entry by nixerflynn


... was because you can take a cable car to the top of the mountain and fly down on a toboggan when your finished.

The wall is pretty impressive when you reach the top of the mountain by chairlift. It sits up on steep slopes towering over the valleys below. The actual wall is around 30 feet high and 15 feet wide... its like a huge elevated road wide enough to fit two cars. The amount of labour (even to just get the building materials up the steep slopes ...

Exploring the hutong

A travel blog entry by ageinghippie


... Sanbao) Alley after the "Sanbao" court eunuch, Zheng He, who lived there. Sanbao is a corruption of the original name; Laodie is a term of respect for an elder person.

In the East City District is the Red Star Hutong, once named His Excellency Wuliang (Immeasurable) Alley, taken from the name of Emperor Hongwu's general Wu Liang (Written differently from wuliang, immeasurable). In Xisi (Western Four Archways), there are the Front, middle ...

The first trip to Hongqiao

A travel blog entry by ricao


... and cut, fold and cut. This class was mostly spent teaching the kids how to cut out even more patterns.

The first pattern was the double happiness symbol or 双喜(shuang1xi3). 喜 by itself means "joy" or "happiness." So, a double happiness symbol is twice the happiness. Wow. So much happiness! Have you even seen so much?!

Afterwards, everyone cut out butterfly ...

Our First Day

A travel blog entry by chinadolls


Today's adventures began in Tianamen Square and the Forbidden City. David, our tour director, is great!

We started in Tianamen Square and saw many interesting landmarks. The we went into the Forbidden City. It has different stages of entry which were only accessible to certain people. As we moved through the various gates, we saw the Imperial throne, fabulous buildings and architecture and so many interesting elements

Our ...


This hotel, located in the 丰台区 area of Beijing, is near Museum of the Chinese Revolution, Beijing Capital Museum, Eight Great Temples (Badachu), and Lugou Bridge.
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