Nuanxinge Hotel Fengti
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Nuanxinge Hotel Fengti Beijing
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... been extending out from the massive ramparts! Hence the Forbidden City already seem different as one can now imagine it lying within another gigantic defensive structure. Apparently, the millions of tourists who pass through "The City" should consider themselves very lucky to be able to do so, as many people during the "Cultural Revolution" wanted to tear down the Forbidden City, seeing it as a bad relic from the ...
Beijing Housing has been in demand since Peking Man dug into the nearby caves 250,000 years ago. Progressively larger settlements developed through the years up to 1100 BC when the dynasties started to favor Beijing. That's when the rents went up.
China’s building industry was based on imperial order, centered around the architecture of the Forbidden City. The largest and grandest buildings were the emperor’s ceremonial halls. ...
... them still.
We then took the subway to Panjiayuan Flea Market. The market claims to sell antiques, but it does not really. It is basically a flea market. There is no food place there either.
The market was okay. I saw cool things, but nothing I wanted to buy for my dad.
We went into our own separate ways. Later, we regrouped. There was a guy selling birds outside the market. Cathy held one.
We walked to ...
I'm terribly sorry for the delay in writing a new entry. On the one hand, there aren't many "blogable" events to write up; on the other hand, it's hard to remember to document and photograph daily activities.
As I mentioned last time, I spent last weekend in Nanjing, primarily at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center. I took the bullet train after work, which makes the 645 mile journey in a mere 4 hours for RMB 443/ USD 72. It was great to see all my classmates ...
... thought I would be deaf too just from a simple act of not understanding. I showed them my passport because I obviously don’t sign. The girl got really excited and ushered me to sit with them in the back of the bus. She typed out simple Chinese, translated it to English, and showed me her phone. I replied by writing on a piece of paper, her typing in the letters, translating it to simplified Chinese, and then reading it. It was definitely ...