Presidential Beijing

Address: No.9 Fuchengmenwai Road Xicheng D, Beijing, 100037, China | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Xidan/Financial Street area of Beijing, is near Beijing Zoo, Prince Gong's Palace (Gongwangfu), Hall of Great Harmony (Taihe Dian), and Chairman Mao Memorial Hall (Maozhuxi Jiniantang).
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      A travel blog entry by bogtrotter on Sep 16, 2014

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      ... 6 inch, wriggling pink worms as fat as your finger ... worrying ) One we were seated, Derek ordered entree dishes: Chicken in rice wine - fragrant breast of chicken with bone-in, skin on Cucumber sliced lengthways in a minced garlic, rice wine vinegar marinade with a touch of sugar- variety of small, SUPER-CRUNCHY CUCUMBERS neither of us have had before A kind of pork-mince pastry, wheat flour (pork pancake) Beef pepper hotpot with whole black pepper, chilli, greens ...

      Beijing

      A travel blog entry by minimalbruno on Aug 26, 2013

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      ... all!!

      I woke up in the morning feelig a bit better, although I still didn’t really found
      back my appetite!

      I took a shower, ate a pommegranate I bought on the street and left for my
      second day. I was initially planning on going to the muslim quarter of town,
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      ...

      Beijing - the Emperor's home

      A travel blog entry by wiedmeyer2 on Apr 22, 2013

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      ... of ruin a historical place by littering the place with small bills. The Animal and Human Stone Statues on the Sacred Way were much more dignified and majestic.

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      The empty city: a Subway adventure with Eliza

      A travel blog entry by ian_witchlow on Feb 09, 2013

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... and pals at Yonghegong station, but I discovered a quirk of the Chinese subway system. Since the station can be gotten two by two different lines, it has two different sets of exits. I came in from line 2, which has an exit A, B and C. My friend got off at line 5, which has an exist A, B, C and D. Trying to met at exit C was strange, as we where both right that we where at exit C, but no where near each other.

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      Being in Beijing

      A travel blog entry by scottszy on Oct 30, 2011

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      ... them on the train! How simply is that compared to all mighty and amazing china....

      After sorting out most of the worlds problems from our rather comfy hostel sofa we decided to head into the centre for some much needed food. we had decided to take a trip to the highly recommended night food market in the central shopping area. The night market consists of lots of lantern lit outdoor food stalls selling a whole host of chinese nibbles. They ...