Sanhe Hotel

Building 16 Huixinli,Huixin East Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Beijing 1

A travel blog entry by danestern


... punching me again in the arm and shouting "You owe me 30". I was absolutely terrified and ran away, no longer able to trust any supposedly friendly locals. Most guys would be happy to know a younger girl is stalking them. Not in this case - I kept looking around before taking any photos or moving anywhere, as this girl was persistently aggressive and I feared her potential heavies who could enforce the extortion. Fortunately, I never saw her again, and ...

Summer Palace & The Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by ginanao


... Probably because they are ripping off a captive audience!! The meal that was included within our tour was unexpectedly tasty!! We thought we were going to be landed with the equivalent of lunch canteen food with small portions but we actually got a Chinese banquet so of course we both filled our boots!! We will be doing the same this evening as well as we are going for a meal with our Chinglish friend, Wilson! We are both hoping to try another Beijing speciality, Peking ...

China Day 6 - Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by lucys.adventure


... to understand is equally hard! In the end I opted for the subway and found it a lot easier then our previous taxi communications! Back at the hote I had an awesome sleep ready to be alive for our flight later in the day to Xi'an.

What we didn't know was that internal flights in China have different rules... You can't have alcohol in your main luggage so lots of people had to abandon alcohol they had ...

Northern Capital, Beijing

A travel blog entry by colettels


... rings of marble, the first has 9 flagstones, the second 18 and so on, terminating in 81 stones. But Beijing is not just ancient sites and bustling alleyways. It's the seat of political power. The world's largest square,Tiananmen Square, the official buildings, the wide leafy avenues, the portraits of Mao, the noticeable police and military presence plus the controlled and quieter atmosphere, serve as a reminder, that the rules governing peoples lives are made here. Rules ...

Homeward Bound

A travel blog entry by emkay100


... looks, smiles and one elderly lady laughed and waved at us.

The area looked low/mid class with apartments everywhere. There were local shops including food, clothing and hardware and lots of fresh produce on carts etc. The number of people eating out for breakfast and the number doing their washing in plastic tubs along the footpath made us think they possibly didn't have cooking facilities. But there were not public toilets/showers everywhere like at the Hutongs, so maybe ...


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