Jiuzhou Homeland Business Hotel

Address: No.4 Youanmen West Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100054, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Seen from the train, Hohhot -> Beijing

A travel blog entry by mengfei on Sep 15, 2015

7 photos

... businesslike atmosphere compared to the gaudy red-and-gold interiors on the Mongolian Express. Even though it was a day train I had a nice nap in my bunk bed, and then enjoyed the passing scenery over a bowl of instant ramen.


Beijing Travel Guide - A unique excursion to China

A travel blog entry by ennaspencer on Nov 19, 2014

4 photos

... the chance to purchase lanterns, jade ware, lacquerware, antique furniture and preserved fruits among many other items unique to Beijing.

Night Life

Beijing has an active nightlife that provides a range of drinking, dancing and entertainment options to its travellers. Whether you are in search for business bars, themed bars and unique establishments, the 400 bars in the city is sure to have something to suit ...

China Day 2 - Giant Panda's!

A travel blog entry by lucys.adventure on May 23, 2013

21 photos

... Then we looked round the rest of the zoo before jumping on a river boat as was included in our zoo ticket.We thought it was just a sightseeing short ride but soon found out we were actually on our way to the Summer Palace, and two boat rides and a hike later we were there. The Summer Palace was huge and we walked for hours looking at different buildings within before heading back to the hostel.

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Bustling Beijing

A travel blog entry by 2013 on May 08, 2013

4 comments, 17 photos

... the Wenchang Tower. We enjoyed the first of our tour included lunches, at a nice restaurant, indulging in a range of Chinese dishes, with a pot of green tea as a refreshment. During our free time in the afternoon, we wandered around the streets close to our hotel. The pavements were broad and spotless due to cleaners (dressed in bright orange garb) employed and entrusted with ensuring that certain areas of the city remained so. Within a ...

Beijing (1)

A travel blog entry by stewartrussell on Mar 24, 2013

5 photos

... on photographs and everyone seems to take complete advantage of this either by camera or phone, particularly the I phone, it seems most Chinese have one. We visited the National Museum which was was absolutely fascinating. Free entry for both the Chinese people and foreign visitors alike. It was very modern in structure built originally in 1959 and completely renovated over a four year period and re-opened in 2011 covering over 200,000 ...