Ruixin Hotel

Address: No.1A Fujian Alley, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100005, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

The greatness that was Beijing

A travel blog entry by thehales on Jun 04, 2015

7 comments, 33 photos

... lots of stairs (like China's version of Jacobs Ladder) and full of selfie sticks. What I want to know is, I'm in China, how come I can't find one being sold on the side walk?! I can find umbrella hats, dodgy corn on the cob (I know, we bought one back in Shanghai) and warm bottles of water - but no selfie stick!! Why.  We then head to 'The Birds Nest' - from the Olympics in 2008. This is something I want to get a tour of so we part with ...

A little slice of Switzerland

A travel blog entry by wombles5050 on Oct 26, 2014

14 photos

... reason we could see so far up into the blue sky was because the APEC convention was in town, and all industrial plants anywhere within a huge radius of Beijing had been been given a compulsory holiday for the duration, to ensure that pollution wasn't a major issue while all the important visitors were in town!). Also check out the pictures of other chinese men's hobbies - whip cracking and training small birds to do food catching tricks.

Backstreet Shenanigans and a Big Bloody Wall

A travel blog entry by claireanddave on Jun 08, 2014

16 photos

... s amusement, there in front of 50 or so Chinese people Claire and the old man danced a little jig.

The parks throughout Beijing are what we imagined - quaint, beautiful and pretty peaceful. Every turn of a corner there is someone doing Tai Chi, ...


A travel blog entry by alihamilton on Apr 12, 2013

81 photos

... by and took pictures next to us. Fisher said it's because lots of the tourists from rural communities have only seen foreigners on TV, so we remind them of movie stars haha.

We walked into the Forbidden City, a huge set of Chinese-styled buildings with shiny glazed-tile roofs and big open courts in between them. It kept going and going, from the 'Hall of Supreme Happiness' to the 'Hall of Preserving Harmony'. All of the buildings had ...

PANDAS!!!Nuff Said

A travel blog entry by ann_rachy on Apr 11, 2013

154 photos

... her if she’d been to the Great Wall. She replied with a no, saying that according to Chinese tradition, she’s not a good person yet. I guess now that I’ve climbed the great wall, I’m a proper person… :)

Nearby our hotel in Beijing, there was a 7-Eleven that I thought was just a normal Chinese one. However, once I stepped inside, I was completely taken aback because the entire store was exactly like one in Japan! Almost all of ...