Huifeng Business Hotel

Address: No.11 Fushi Road, Haidian District, Beijing, 100143, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing


A travel blog entry by 2drifters on Mar 30, 2015

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... to order! The duck was a little disappointing. It was presented on a platter, complete with its head, and the whole thing looked like it had been sliced in half right down the middle from head to tail. After very little persuasion, one of our group tried the brain and proclaimed it to be disgusting. No surprises there.

Our final day in Beijing was spent visiting the Great Wall. The majority of our group took the cable car up to the second highest tower on the wall. ...

Beijing and Xian

A travel blog entry by smadge on Oct 10, 2014

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... the best because as you will have read above these were covered by the tour. A gentle day doing very little other than settling in and which is now so long ago I can remember very little about it. So, back to the present......Tomorrow we go to see the warriors, the Xian Muslim quarter, onto another night train, then a bullet train until we finally reach our cruise boat on the Yangzi where get to stay in the same place for three nights. However there is unlikely to be ...

There will be a delay!

A travel blog entry by afinial on Sep 13, 2014

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... trouble with lemon soaked paper napkins...

And so we wait ....

Finally left Sydney at 1.00pm. East China Air to Nanjing and Beijing. Food interesting. Many prawns, prawns with the entree and main course and if you have the meat dish you had only a few prawns, still I like prawns so no hardship there. StJohn liked the Chinese meals, although he was a little daunted by the jellyfish and seaweed salad in one ...

Saturday 4th January 2014

A travel blog entry by nashira2116 on Jan 04, 2014

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... so they have a much wider temperature range than Geelong. Around the border of the flagpole area were about 12 fire extinguishers. If someone wanted to burn the flag, the soldiers would have to run to the extinguisher then back to the base of the pole. Not very practical but I guess it was more of a visual deterrent. We then went under the road of twelve lanes via a tunnel to go into the front entrance of the Forbidden City or it is now called the Palace Museum. It ...

Bulging Beijing

A travel blog entry by geoffandpaula on May 29, 2013

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... market, complete with scorpions on a stick, and tourist souvenirs. It was very busy and full of Chinese tourists. By the way as a Westerner you become a bit of a celebrity, wherever we went we were photographed by the Chinese tourists who come from the countryside or non-tourist cities so we are a bit of a novelty.
We walked around the Forbidden city and Tienanmen Square on the day before we met with the group which we dully did. ...