Ruixin Hotel

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

Ni Hao!!

A travel blog entry by mistrytravels on Dec 05, 2014

5 comments, 26 photos

... even "hello", "bye" or "thank you". With this in mind, at least sign language is universal across the Globe hence we were able to get by using this means of communication instead. All signs, directions and instructions are in Mandarin so we were unable to use these to our advantage. In addition to sign language, we had to get by using sentences and addresses written out in Mandarin for us.

We spent our first day familiarising ourselves with the area. Our hotel was surrounded ...

Heaven, Hutong and a Train

A travel blog entry by travelingma on Jul 19, 2014

13 photos

... has no air conditioning and I was sweating just walking around. These kids come every Saturday for several hours. At one point two young girls came over and sat on either side of me and wanted to see what my camera took. No English, but somehow we managed.

We also visited the Temple of Heaven, a structure built on 26 pillars, one for each zodiac sign. It was very pretty but once again you don't walk in you just walk around. ...

The Great Wall, Ming tombs, The secret road....

A travel blog entry by nhall15 on Apr 08, 2014

25 photos

... The car picked us up at the hotel... It is nice traveling in style... Our private driver and tour guide.... Took us to our first stop, the Secret Road, built 400 years ago for the Ming dynasty, a road to protect the emperors tombs... The statues here are incredible, all made out single pieces of granite.... A very spiritual spot... The onto the Ming tombs.... There are 13 Ming emperors all buried here, in there own tombs, and only this one has been opened... The ...

Hellooooo China!

A travel blog entry by shannonmorrall on Aug 12, 2013

1 comment

... very bright and sunny and happy to help. She requested to pick my group up from the airport herself so she could be the one to greet me, and she and Aubrey waited around for four hours for us since we were delayed. Aubrey is more laid back and less formal than Constance. Both of them are great and very funny. I don't think what we say is funny necessarily, but just the interactions we have are so silly when trying to get around ...

A Walk About Town

A travel blog entry by carpediem365 on Jan 19, 2013

12 photos

... in Beijing; look out for moms running out of doors with little junior and pulling down his pants so he can do his wee bit on the curb; everyone wants to take a pic in front of Chairman Mao's giant portrait on Tiananmen Square; watch out for scam artists that want to practice their English with you and invite you to places you don't want to go (I was approached twice on the Square); ...