Beijing Fa Guan Zhi Jia Hotel

Address: No.9 Beihuashi Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100062, China | Hotel
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    A travel blog entry by sara.charles on Apr 13, 2015

    4 comments, 12 photos

    ... winter and is good for skating). Back at the apt tour group leader BM was getting the troops ready for a long march. we headed off to Tiananmen emerging from underground at the new performing Arts centre.....think giant M&M...quite spectacular. Grand spaces in Tianamen it's got that spacious feel but also quite security conscious given a relatively recent car bombing attempt ( I think our bags were ...

    Travel blog. Entry 3. Four days in Beijing

    A travel blog entry by sarlexpovend on May 09, 2014

    8 comments, 73 photos

    ... cacophony of noise throughout the city. As well as motor vehicles and bikes of all descriptions with bells and horns another sound which proliferates is the loud speaker. One can be heard from most street stalls, transport stations and other businesses and spit out a continuos loop of retinue. This noise and hustle is heightened even more so in the narrow winding passage ways of Beijing's Hutongs such as the one where our hostel could be found. These dusty ...

    ReMEmbrance Day 2013

    A travel blog entry by nmaskus on Nov 11, 2013

    ... unchanged however. It is important to recognize the sacrifice that others make to uphold our freedoms and values. No matter where in the world I end up I know that I represent a great country that is admired by many. Wherever you are please take just a moment to remember the men and women that serve our country, past and present and never forget the tragedy that war and conflict brings. Lest we ...

    The Great Wall

    A travel blog entry by julie.tennett on Sep 10, 2013

    ... stroll through the Sacred Way that leads to the tombs. The path, slightly curved to fool evil spirits, is lined on either side with willows and large remarkable carved stone animals and human figures which gave lots of photo opportunities.
    We then had dinner, followed by the Chinese Acrobatics show. The show lasted an hour and a quarter with brief intermission. And boy did we need the break. Not because of the show - but ...

    Blown away (nearly) in Beijing

    A travel blog entry by jmfaulkenberry on Mar 09, 2013

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... You will just have to wait for the pictures. Possibly a sweeping panorama? So the excursion began at Tiananmen Square, the world's largest open square. Flanked by Tiananmen Gate and Forbidden City on the north, Mao Zedong's mausoleum on south, Hall of the People's Congress on west, and National Museum of China on East, it is said that it could hold 700 soccer fields. Within the first two hours of our day, which also included the Forbidden City, I estimate that our kids saw ...