Huifeng Business Hotel

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

Falling Back in Love with Beijing

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... to cheat with American food at that moment, but I had no shame.

I took advantage of the Wifi at Element Fresh for over an hour. Whatever if I was just sitting there after finishing my salad. No way would I give up the perfect setting for free Wifi.

Finally, I quit being rude and paid my bill. I walked back to the subway station. So many people on the train, despite it not being rush hour yet.

When I got outside of the subway station, ...

Jingshan Park

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


This morning, I woke up and got a chicken wrap from the vendor outside my dorm. When I first approached, the woman smiled and then I ordered. She pointed at the spices. I understood her smile to indicate that she remembered me for ordering from her before.

After breakfast, I did some laundry and studied Chinese. The characters seemed so weird to my mind. When I was studying in the basement lounge, Jesse entered and went into the quiet room to do his homework.


Our First Full Day in Beijing

A travel blog entry by vwuertz


... caused by the aggressive scooters, bikes, and taxis on the roads. We continue our drive toward the Yan Mountains and the Ming Tombs as Jason tells us a little about early China. Beijing is an ancient city, with 2300 years of history. The Mongols are credited with establishing Beijing as a capital 850 years ago; however, the capital moved to Nanjing and other places until the Ming Dynasty (1421). Today, Beijing is the center of education with over ...

Day 2- Subway Adventure!

A travel blog entry by rburrows92


... that the journey out to the park had been an experience all of its own. This was hammered home when we got on the subway to go back to the hotel. We experienced Chinese rush hour as a wave of people pushed their way into the small subway cars. Most people would have found that uncomfortable, people with claustrophobia would have passed out and be trampled by the masses. In fact, when we got off of the train, I started laughing to myself because ...

In search of Xanadu

A travel blog entry by calumhill


... City at what should have been a quiet time. Disappointingly most of it was fenced off so we quickly retired to our hostel to get some kip. We awoke later to find more home comforts in Beijing’s premier/overpriced Irish pub.

Our first full day in Beijing was designated as our modern architecture perving day. There were three targets the Bird’s Nest Stadium, the Water Cube Aquatics Park and the CCTV building. We made it to ...

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