Mercure Wanshang Beijing

Address: No.1 Yinhe Street, Shijingshan District, Beijing, 100043, China | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Shijingshan area of Beijing, is near Beihai Park (Beihai Gongyuan), Eight Great Temples (Badachu), Lugou Bridge, and Beijing Amusement Park.
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      Teaching Practice, and some last few outings

      A travel blog entry by lianerose on Mar 01, 2015

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      ... Was nice to just sit down and stop for a couple of hours!

      After dinner, we headed to the theatre for something I had been looking forward to since I arrived – the acrobatics show! Seriously, if you are ever in Beijing, go and watch an acrobatics show. So so so awesome. It was only an hour long but there was so much variety and randomness involved – champagne glasses, umbrellas, straw hats, bikes, hamster wheels, hoops, motorbikes… I know that makes it ...

      Our first real taste of China ...

      A travel blog entry by bogtrotter on Sep 16, 2014

      32 photos

      ... NZ$16 along a new expressway lined with poplars glinting softly in the sunshine (Thank you Olympics, I think.) to No 68 Sanyanjing Hutong, the Jinshan Garden Hotel 100 metres off the main road and then up an alleyway crowded with local residents, chatting and working, vegetables growing up power poles and streetlights, through an antique double door. A quiet, small two-storey hotel around a tranquil courtyard with flowers, trees and a stone fishpond with optimistic koi carp keeping ...

      Eat Well. Travel Often.

      A travel blog entry by meganlang on Sep 06, 2013

      7 comments, 8 photos

      ... We then headed to Jingshan Park, which was a man-made hill. The emperor’s servants dug the mote surrounding the Forbidden City and used the excess dirt to create the mound in which his temple sat upon at the top of the hill. From there, the view of the city is breathtaking. We bowed to the 1o foot golden Buddha inside the temple, grabbed some tofu vermicelli in rice noodle broth and hailed a cab back to our hostel. The next adventure awaits us tomorrow J


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      The Count Down Begins

      A travel blog entry by arielle.rylands on Feb 25, 2013

      13 photos

      ... surprise, brought him his cake and sung him happy birthday - it turned out to be a really good night at Wu club. On Friday we visited the stationary market in the evening and at night we attended a networking event at a very nice hotel in Sanlitun. The networking event was presented by the Australian Chamber of Commerce and held at Hotel G's bar Scarlett that offered Australian wine and ...

      Beijing bound.

      A travel blog entry by steveandtam on Jan 07, 2013

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      We got up ridiculously early to catch a ferry to the Hong Kong airport (we were lucky enough that the ferry company checked our baggage onto our flight for us!!) and then we flew to Beijing. We were met by our transfer operator in his shiny Hyundai sonata that smelled of mint and then off we went. From the minute that we left the airport, Beijing had such a different feel to any other city. It felt old and wise and happy to remain as is. There were kilometers of trees ...