Raofeng Hotel

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

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Eating some Greek Food

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... the hutongs. Out of all the Greek restaurants listed on the Beijing, Argo had the least amount of bad reviews.

Emi and Natasha were supposed to join us, but something came up. Luckily, Olivia decided to join us. We took subway line five and got off of the Lama Temple stop.

Olivia navigated us since she had been to the area a couple times already. She knew where the restaurant was. I can not believe how good she is ...

Our Last Day (#3) in Beijing: Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by vince_k_moosic


... hot day for this tour. So, we hugged the wall with the shade as we made our way through the various sections of the Imperial Palace. The kids were all having a tough time with this one. As we passed one crying toddler, Maddie said "I feel your pain, kid." So, we bee-lined it to the garden and then out of the Palace without much looking at all of the concubines rooms. Really, when you have seen one little bed that the ...

ACTE and Hotels 101

A travel blog entry by hunterpetrus


... be for long term visits for high caliber talent and executives to temporarily come to work. These updates were very interesting and could be very helpful for companies that send workers to China. Tonight we went to the Conrad Hilton and did a site tour and had a networking dinner. Darcy explained to me while taking the tour, what a travel manager looks for when inspecting a hotel for partnership. The number one criteria for most ...

Tiananmen Sq and the Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by mrandmrstopp


... display with the Chinese Red Star smack dab in the middle. No signage explained why, but Erin gave me the rundown that China acquired quite a few of their foreign tanks that had been left behind or captured by China's allies. On top of the tanks, they had many anti-tank and aircraft guns, planes and warboats, and just to be civil, some wartime official transport cars. Nothing amazing, but not a bad sight to visit for free. At this point it was past 2pm, and a lack of any ...

Day 7- Taking it Slow

A travel blog entry by rburrows92


... is closed and we have to walk 30 minutes instead of the 10 it would have taken if the subway was running. Either way, it's pretty convenient all around. We're surrounded on all sides by restaurants and cafes of all kinds, including a couple 7-11s and fast food restaurants. As mentioned in an earlier post, Walmart is only a couple subway stops away, so we have about everything we could need within about a 30 minutes radius of the hotel.

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