No.9 Dacheng Road Hotel

Address: No.9 Dacheng Road, Fengtai District, Beijing, 100041, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Fengtai District area of Beijing, is near Beihai Park (Beihai Gongyuan), Museum of the Chinese Revolution, Beijing Capital Museum, and Eight Great Temples (Badachu).
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    Great day, Great wall

    A travel blog entry by mimi83 on Sep 06, 2015

    3 comments, 23 photos

    ... to one of the Ming Tombs, the tomb of the 13th Emperor, Dingling. This is the only one of the Ming Tombs that has been excavated so you are able to go underground. If I remember correctly it is approximately 25 meters under the earth. Unfortunately all of the above ground gates have pretty much been destroyed at this tomb but Serena was saying that at the other ones they are more intact.

    After the tomb we headed for a delicious lunch. The ...

    Beijing and Xian

    A travel blog entry by smadge on Oct 10, 2014

    3 photos

    ... seem hardly used, and on to the Summer Palace. This palace is in fact more of a park with many imperial buildings and Buddhist shrines. Again, as I hope the photos will show, rather impressive but once again perhaps not at its best in combination with the Beijing mist and pollution smog. Leaving here at about 5 we returned to our hotel neighbourhood, ate a swift 10 dish meal for £5.00 including a large bottle of beer and off to the station. ...

    Hanging with the locals

    A travel blog entry by helenandchris on Sep 26, 2014

    2 photos

    ... as the residence of the Emperor Yong Zheng, before becoming a Buddhist Temple in 1744. Its a massive complex and truly beautiful. The kids struggled a bit with the incense everywhere which made it very difficult to breathe!

    After the temple we had out first experience of the subway. I guess when its busy its a nightmare, but it was remarkably easy (and cost about $2.00 for all of ...

    Miss Me? Love Me?

    A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Jan 08, 2014

    2 photos

    ... t leave!!” That made me realized that I left everything at Regis for China. It was huge for me to walk away, but I needed to do something for myself for once.

    On my flight to Beijing, I did not get my own tv screen, which sucked. Instead, they showed movies for everyone to watch. I ended up listening to music.

    Near the end of the flight, the same Chinese man waved at me. A second later, I noticed. He laughed a ...

    What a change of pace

    A travel blog entry by jackajaylus on May 29, 2013

    6 photos

    ... me with the concerned faces of the other passengers staring at me. There were two older chinese women next to me who now made a noticeable effort to turn away from me as if I was going to suddenly spring and attack them. I felt even more ostracised.

    The next thing I noticed was that the flight attendants serving drinks began wearing disposable plastic gloves, and within minutes of this a special announcement came on the TV screens in the back of the ...