Ping An Fu Hotel

No.100 East Sishitiao, Ping'an Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100007, China | 3 star hotel
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It's Pretty Great

A travel blog entry by muggie

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The second last day of this trip was wonderful. We breakfasted here at the hotel on Cantonese food and some Western food. It was nice to get to China to get a cup of tea (not green or jasmine). There was some breakfast goodies that we weren't game to try but the pickled cabbage and veggies were really nice. They even had hot food, noodles and eggs …

The Rest of Beijing

A travel blog entry by nomad143

... some complete with miniature figurines. Since coming to China, I have been accumulating succulents, so this was an interesting shop to stop in. It also made us late, so we hurried to leave and rushed back to the hostel.

From the hostel, we headed to the Kung fu show. This show, compared to the acrobatics, absolutely blew my mind. It was a play, and, geared to tourists as it was, it was in English. There was beautiful dancing, awesome ...

Day 22 - Super Typhoon Usagi Disrupts Flight Home

A travel blog entry by kazrobaus1

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... chopsticks are rewarded with smiles, thumbs up and applause from the other patrons.

We signal for the bill and the lady brings a calculator showing 122. In yuan, this was $21. Fascinated, a young boy returns with the lady and he hands us our 18 yuan change. With a smile, a bow and a "Xie Xie", I hand it back to him and he beams. As we leave, the staff and patrons bow and waive us goodbye. One of the best dining experiences we have ever had.


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我說沒有英語

A travel blog entry by kimandgareth

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10

... English) and little Chinese children stared and took our photos! We also had an eye full of the Chinese tradition of cutting holes in the bottoms of their toddlers' trousers so they can easily go to the toilet in the streets (lovely). We left early to get to our first train - the bullet train from Beijing to Xi'an on which we are writing this entry. Luckily we left 2 extra hours - the subway line we needed is actually disconnected so we got a ...

A China II

A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl

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... I'd be up to it.
The Forebidden City was very much how I remembered it. Not quite a crowded as it was in July 1999. Many typical Asian tour groups - with match hats or vests. Our group came up with a call-sign rather thatn matching waredrobe......"Sticky Rice". Whenever we needed to get moving, the guide or someone from the group would call-out "Sticky Rice" and we'd all ...

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