Ping An Fu Hotel

No.100 East Sishitiao, Ping'an Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100007, China | 3 star hotel
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    Gecko day 17 - Beijing on our own tour is over

    A travel blog entry by wendy.lane on May 27, 2014

    13 photos

    ... to take photos. It was very hot out in the courtyards and here were also very strong gusts of wind. Even though I had a hat and umbrella to shelter from the wind, it was almost impossible to keep the umbrella up and my hat on. We must have walked for about two hours around the temple and still did not see it all. We wanted to go back and wander through one of the Hutongs (places where the locals lived but also touristy spots with lots of little ...

    Everybody was Kung Fu fighting...

    A travel blog entry by philandmups on Nov 13, 2013

    11 photos

    ... a very tenuous boy-becomes-warrior-monk story as a means of showing men breaking metal rods on their heads, and being held in the air on the end of spears. Awesome. The Peking Opera has a woman who dances and sings a little bit like Mups does after having a couple of shandies and inhaling a helium balloon, and an orchestra which, I'm certain, was made up of a family of chimpanzees banging together a set of Tefal pots and pans. It would have been less painful ...

    Exploring Beijing

    A travel blog entry by adventureisus on Aug 18, 2013

    4 comments, 14 photos

    ... there was a big pot outside of the restaurant and there were people cooking duck in it. We bought the duck and we ate it and then we couldn’t feel our mouth because it was so spicy. On the way back we saw a cake shop and there was a tiger cake in there and Maegen wanted to have a Panda cake. There were people making cool cakes.

    We stand out as real tourists; there is no way we can blend into the crowds :-) But we don't see very many ...

    Another full day

    A travel blog entry by andrewhuber on May 24, 2013

    Yesterday was another full day. They really keep us busy and going from one event to the next. After class we went to a cultural market. There wasn't much there that I enjoyed -- lots of arts and tea pots. After the market we got back on the bus for about an hour to go eat at a restaurant. The traffic is terrible in Beijing. After dinner we went to an ...

    What is happening...

    A travel blog entry by robyn.doppke on Sep 28, 2012

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    confrontational and escalate into violence. U.S. citizens are therefore
    urged to avoid areas of demonstrations if possible, and to exercise
    caution when in the vicinity of any demonstrations. U.S. citizens
    should stay abreast of media coverage of local events and be aware of
    their surroundings at all times. "


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