Mercure Wanshang Beijing

Address: No.1 Yinhe Street, Shijingshan District, Beijing, 100043, China | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

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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      Crowded Places

      A travel blog entry by louloubelle on Aug 19, 2014

      15 photos

      ... or so I thought!!

      After leaving the palace grounds, we decided to look for Wangfujing street to do some shopping. It took us a while but we finally found it. It was pretty hard to miss, the crowds were worse than the Forbidden City!! The food that China is famous for could be found everywhere... on a stick. We saw scorpions and other creepy crawlies, snakes and starfish, and even small birds that looked about the same size as the ones flying around the ...

      The Great Wall

      A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Apr 17, 2014

      42 photos

      ... about an hour and a half from central Beijing, which gave us good time to get some background on the wall. It was initially started in 221 BC by Emperor Qing Shi Wang (he was responsible for the Terra Cotta Soldiers, as well), who was the first emperor of the Qing dyanasty. He is the first emperor, and the man who initially unified China, and built the wall to protect the country from the Mongolian Huns, who were very adept at ...

      HUTOONGG AND DELAYS

      A travel blog entry by stevedantravel on Aug 04, 2013

      1 photo

      ... the day was perfect for it, very hot but breezy too so it stayed a good temperature. The final stop was a painters house so we could see how families live. They live like small communities, all very close and dependent on each other. The gentlemen invited us into his home, showed us around and gave us an opportunity to buy some of his paintings. This was the final stop and afterwards Sarah took us to the airport and helped us check in. On the way we were warned that Chinese ...

      The Forbidden Train Fiasco

      A travel blog entry by meanderingmand on Jan 26, 2013

      34 photos

      ... off. Their first price of 150 Yuan was quickly dropped to 100 Yuan, but they refused to go any lower. I think both parties knew that we would have to accept the price or miss our train. I guess, had they perhaps been more honest/legit taxi drivers, our driver wouldn’t have performed quite so many illegal manoeuvres (we were driving down the hard shoulder for a good while, beeping away like it was our right to be there!) in response to my ‘kuai ...

      Remembering in China

      A travel blog entry by nmaskus on Nov 10, 2012

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... One home room teacher had already talked about Remembrance Day in home room. Other teachers were discussing the day in their classes, and these students saw the teachers and 50 students wearing poppies at 3:30. I visited the grade three class I give ms. Jordana (a fellow Canadian) her poppy. The kids were instantly engaged and wanted to know more. Jordana turned it into a teachable moment and asked the primary art teacher if they could do a poppy related project for the class, ...