Jinlong Jianguo Hot Spring Hotel
Check rates and availability for this hotel
Find the best prices for Jinlong Jianguo Hot Spring Hotel from our 12 partners. Show all partners
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... cuisine, at a place recommended by the receptionist. The menu was very interesting and very foreign in things being served. We tried to order goose, but they had run out, so we went for chicken and a veg dish done in the local style. They were very good. Some of the other interesting menu items included boiled pig intestine, stir fried jelly fish, goose web, and fried yellow crocker (whatever that is) - very interesting and ...
... was in. We sat around in second-hand couches and chairs that the school had provided as furnishings for a while, surfing the web on phones and computers, no one bothering to talk yet. We were all a little worn out from the craziness of the past few days, and the night before had been no exception.
Two days earlier, we had gotten our first taste of Beijing when a group of us had been led into the city by one of the program's language instructors. She'd given us a ...
... the lyrics to "Hey Jude?" You look just like that character from Desperate Housewives. Listen to me say "thank you," do you think I'm saying it right and all the rest of it.
Maybe what I'm going to miss most is being able to instantly befriend strangers. Or maybe it will be the old people dancing in the park, or the silent knowledge that I could go to the Great Wall tomorrow, if I wanted to. Maybe I'll even miss speaking Chinese everyday. Whatever it ...
... menos ahora ya sé que sí lo sé y sólo es cuestión de leer con mayor cuidado para la otra.
Seguramente todos ya estaban desesperados de tanto estudio porque cuando bajé a almorzar ¡no había ya nadie! Steven todavía estaba por allí, ofreció que fuéramos a comer a otro lado pero al final preferimos quedarnos en la U. Igual, el menú de hoy estaba rico. Después decidimos atacar la refrigeradora y sacar el helado sobrante de la cena del otro día. Felizmente nos ...
... the almost vertical incline we had to walk up that puts other people off but the view from the top made it worthwhile.
After lunch the more adventurous of the group set off on the non-renovated part of the wall, the part that warns that it's not open to the public! Ignoring the sign we set off on the 3 hour walk, ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services