Beijing Phoenix Palace Hotel

Address: No.15 Liupukang Street, Dewai, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100011, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Andingmen area of Beijing, is near Meridian Gate (Wu Men), Gate of Heavenly Peace (Tian'an Men), Da Guan Yuan, and Nanshan Ski Village.
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Great Wall

A travel blog entry by midlifecruisers on Apr 06, 2015

2 comments, 17 photos

... More restrictions again. You can only ever buy 2 condos per family. Very controlled over here. Arrived at Great Wall in the afternoon, weather still quite cool with a brisk icy breeze blowing. I can't believe how steep the steps are, and how high they are to step up.. It's actually quite a difficult climb. Built over 3000 years ago, what a amazing piece of construction. Bob made it as far as chicken rock.....I progressed up to the first tower, ...

The Summer Palace

A travel blog entry by richmiketrav on Sep 07, 2014

24 photos

The imperial household often spent the summer at the Summer Palace some distance outside Beijing to escape the heat. Built beside a man-made lake it has cooling breezes and a far more open aspect than the Forbidden City which could well have felt oppressive psychologically too. In the days before modern transport, the Summer Palace would have felt remote. Building began in the 1750s as luxurious royal gardens which were then extended ...

Beijing--Last Day (Market, Mall, Grocery Store)

A travel blog entry by rozbp on Dec 04, 2013

65 photos

... purchased something. She told us they'd gone to the Super Store where she purchased a PRADA and her son loaded up with Louis Vuitton. I was so thankful that Rosalind was not interested in going to the Super Store. Even though I knew it was too late and the stores were closed, my wallet still got scared.

Another young man, Orlando, from San Antonio joined us with his new found Chinese girlfriend who spoke perfect English. Two ...

Beijing Sideways

A travel blog entry by stewy08 on Sep 20, 2013

5 photos

... names are in English as well as Chinese so it doesn't cause us too many problems. The language however is a whole different ball game as English isn't widely spoken and with Karen and my Chinese repertoire only consisting of hello and a poorly pronounced thank you, things get interesting. The fun begins on the first night when we are given a number in the restaurant queue. After a couple of numbers are called we realise that they are not saying them in ...

Journey to Asia and beyond begins

A travel blog entry by peterandjane on May 18, 2013

2 comments, 30 photos

... in a nice hostel in one of the many Hutongs, which are narrow alleyways that make up the original heart of the city. They crisscross east to west and consist of ramshackle dwellings and historic courtyard homes. The alley we are in is covered with rubble because of all the building going on in the area.
Beijing feels more crowded than Shanghai although it has a couple of million less people, and it is also very dusty ...