Raffles Beijing Hotel
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... decided not to go and instead to take things easy and prepare for departure next day. We were quite tired after two very full days seeing the sights in and around Beijing. We checked the adjacent supermarket for something light for dinner but couldn't find anything suitable so returned to the Xiu Lan restaurant and had an enjoyable chicken hotpot.
... city. There were places where you could pick your own cherries. We could see the laden trees as we drove past. Pity we didn't have time to stop and get some.
The wall here is different to the last place. A lot more tourist stalls seriously overpriced. I wanted to buy a bottle of water . They wanted to charge me 25 yuan. I refused to pay that much and got it for 10. We pay one or two yuan back in Beijing.we took a chair lift up on to the wall first and ...
... not native Chinese ones. The duck was impressive, and I had been wanting to see it for awhile. Beijing had gone duck crazy, and the memorabilia was popping up everywhere, I figured I had to go and check it out, see if it was worth the hype.
I also visited the Confucius Temple, which I had not visited before. The Confucius Temple was a temple built in 1302 and was used for years to worship Confucius. Confucius, of course was ...
A couple weeks ago me and the rest of my group went to Beijing to vacation. Me and Tiffany took a ...
... We all took turns passing around the menu and chose delicious appetizers and entrees, probably assuming we'd be served in the Western manner -- to each person their own food. Yet when the food arrived, instead of being placed in front of the person who'd ordered it (and by ordered it I mean the person who'd told our language instructor to tell the waitress what they'd wanted -- our spoken Chinese still needed some tuning), it was placed in the center of the round table on ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility