Ruixin Hotel

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

Beautiful Beijing!

A travel blog entry by dbpernod


... went a few towers farther, getting phenomenal pictures and taking in the view. We aren't really beer drinkers, but a number of vendors were selling Chinese beer and souvenirs along the wall. How could we resist indulging in a Chinese beer on top of the Great Wall of China? To get down from the wall, there is a toboggan chute set up. That was a blast, and we were able to leave the great wall with great photos, great memories, and great friends ( ...

An exhausting day seeing the sights of Beijing

A travel blog entry by mlhampton


... the gate, I wandered back to the metro station to go to the Temple of Heaven Park. Again it was another short journey, but I have decided I really like the metro. At one point there was a hologram through the window and I literally didn't understand how it was happening. It appeared to be running alongside the tube - I couldn't see any jitteryness - how mind boggling! The Temple of Heaven Park is how you would expect a Chinese park to be with a lot of ...


A travel blog entry by pandabearm


... send some of the blueberry mouse back to you Nicholas! i also tried dragonfruit for the first time, and it was ok. It doesn't really have much of a flavor.

After stuffing my belly with the food of monks, we went to a Buddhist temple, called the Lama Temple, like the Dalai Lama. This temple was very busy and also has a monastery attached for the education of lamas (sort of like a monk). We were able to visit the school and admire their textbooks (all in ...

Last Day in Beijing - Day 8

A travel blog entry by krisbolt


... from south to north (as I mentioned earlier)
Emperors to walk in the middle, enter middle arch and doorways etc. on the right side of emperors side was the imperials and the left side of the emperors was the high ranked officers.

Beautiful day in Beijing, slightly warmer.

Then we went to Tian'anmen Square for another look around in short time. Tour finished with Tina. We were on our ...

Wide Awake In Beijing

A travel blog entry by smithandfriends


... shadows moving through their neighborhoods. So different from when I first visited Beijing in the early 80s. The air was fresh and clean back then and everyone was on bicycles except for government officials: flocks of folks on bikes, and Mao suits still everywhere except for the colorful explosions of reds, blues and yellows in the clothing of the Chinese children.

Was it a better time for China? Well, at least the air was better for the 13 some ...

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