Raofeng Hotel

Address: No.33 Shanxi Alley, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100050, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

September 6 - Beijing - High Speed Train

A travel blog entry by davidmuir on Sep 06, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

... past. Lots of farming communities growing mostly rice and corn. There were also large sections of other vegetables and numerous plantations of trees. We also passed through a number of towns/cities. Lots of high-rise construction was being carried out. In many cases large areas of housing had been demolished ready for new units. Actually, they really weren't great views as the pollution hid most of it from us - sometimes being so bad we could barely make ...

Rachel arrives and the China adventure begins!

A travel blog entry by jaynetremlett on Feb 05, 2014

We have both arrived safe and well (if a little travel weary) at our hotel in Beijing and have spent out first day shopping at the Silk Market (the biggest market in the city) as I was in desperate need of some warm clothing!! Managed to get some Converse, a coat, gloves and a spare pair of jeans all fairly cheaply.... It's all about bartering here and I ...

Day 26 - Arriving in Beijing

A travel blog entry by costin on Oct 25, 2013

26 photos

... surprised when we felt instantly at home. I'm not sure that I will ever get used to people noisily clearing their throats and gobbing on the floor and people push quite a lot, but generally, it just felt amazing to be in Beijing. We arrived at the hostel, very much ready for a shower after the best part of a week without one. We were in for another nice surprise, when we discovered that the hostel had bucket showers! Just what the doctor ordered. We spent ...

Beijing Part Deux

A travel blog entry by vwuertz on Oct 10, 2012

56 photos

... dotted with small rental boats as people take to the water to escape the shore. In the distance we can see the old Buddhist temple. Weeping willows line the walking path on the lakeside. We follow Jason as he leads us to another part of the lake and shows us the lotus flowers. During the summer the lotus flowers fill the lake with color. We sit for a bit watching the boats and listen to yet another musician. It is a peaceful moment, despite the ...

Getting the Ball Rolling

A travel blog entry by 8spike on Jul 01, 2012

2 comments, 2 photos

... things. While I generally try to practice my Chinese when chatting, I haven't made a point of doing so with him because I think he genuinely wants to practice his English, and all the power to him for that. One of the engineers I met the first day seemed pretty cool, and he's about my age so I hope we can hang out in the future. Finally, I can't help but single out Lenar because he's the only other laowai in the office. He's also my age and just started ...