Raofeng Hotel

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

Bustling Beijing

A travel blog entry by kyliejoe

... lines on the subway we were faced with a crowd of over 1,000 people bustling to get tickets and queuing for the different areas of the zoo, not everything was explained well on the signs for the tickets, regarding prices for adult for what area and what to do, after standing around in the baking sun trying to figure it all out and being push and bashed from side to side in the crowd we decided that the zoo wasn't for us, especially on a weekend! Next we headed to Tian'anmen West on ...

The Most Valuable Chinese Commodity: Chinese Food

A travel blog entry by michelleyeager


... on top. While I can finish every other bowl of noodles, the ranmian fill me up! The meal usually ends with me passing my bowl to Philip or Stephen to finish, though I usually have another bite or two after digesting a bit.

While at Beida there are a handful of times I have cooked with friends. A favorite and reoccurring dish is “gan bian dou jiang,” a special kind of spicy green beans. The ingredients and process is relatively simple, the taste is ...

I love the smell of incense in the morning

A travel blog entry by markbaker


I survived the night in my arctic hostel room only to then have an arctic shower. I don't think I've ever slept with a fleece on before. Whilst wanting to classify myself as an 'independent traveller' I realize that I do now however look like a backpacker. My facial hair is becoming a bit out of control (a la Roald Dahl's 'The Twits') and most of my clothes are dirty. I also see completely no problem with making use of both sides of ...

To Hong Kong and Yangshuo!

A travel blog entry by audreynp


... and eastern cultures. Hong Kong in the past has belonged to England, Japan, and China, and is now a sort of autonomous region within China. I really enjoyed the city because I felt at home with all of the western influence, but the mix of cultures kept it interesting. The downfalls of course were high prices and the time it took to get everywhere. From where we were staying to downtown took over an hour and a half on the subway, and ...

The Great Wall

A travel blog entry by jadeandrew


... us stopping to check back every now and again to make sure we were alright. After about an hour we decided it was time to head back to where we came from. It was starting to get really cold and all I was wearing was a singlet top and no jumper. Once again we got to our original tower and sat on the ledge just talking for 30 or so minutes before making the trek back down to the village, Gou leading the way. Once at the village we said goodbye to Gou. ...


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2.50 of 5 stars Fair

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