Shan Shui Hotel

Address: No.45 Piku Hutong, Xidan North Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100032, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Xidan/Financial Street area of Beijing, is near National Grand Theater, National Center for the Performing Arts, Yuyuantan Park, and Chairman Mao Memorial Hall (Maozhuxi Jiniantang).
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      The Great Wall & Other Great Moments

      A travel blog entry by i.d.k. on Dec 04, 2014

      3 comments, 20 photos

      ... also had roasted pork (just okay), garlic bamboo shoots, ham fried rice, some sort of slimey-seeming beef, sweet and sour tilapia with the head on, soup, apple fried dumplings, custard, and watermelon.  I ate a tiny bit of this or that.  The apple dumpling was good, the custard pie was okay, the watermelon was perfect.  Ha  The atmosphere at dinner tonight was fun and joyful!  Kamie was sitting by a lady who told him that both her parents had been held captive ...

      Can I Have Your Autograph?

      A travel blog entry by gitana13 on Dec 01, 2014

      These past several months living in Beijing, I have been wanting to improved my knowledge of Mandarin Chinese and I normally see a tutor once a week, but I wanted to do more. One because paying for a tutor for many lessons a week can get pretty pricey and I was desiring something more authentic although I was not entirely sure of what that would be. Magically, what I had wanted arrived in one of the most unusual and special ways. Last week, my co-teacher had told me that one of ...

      Beijingaling

      A travel blog entry by johannakmh on Sep 15, 2013

      ... by the guard as he came past and with the odd splashing of scalding hot water from the place where people fill up their tea bottles and instant noodles. It was nearly a relief when 7am came and I had the sunlight to try and keep me awake so that I could at least stand without shooting pains down my back. Then I had the fortune to be adopted by a huge Muslim family from Kashgar, where the men were very keen for me to perch on half a seat, and ...

      The great Great Wall of China

      A travel blog entry by samhanson on Mar 29, 2013

      3 photos

      I have struggled with writing about the Great Wall as it was such an incredible and monumental experience; I'm not sure where to start. Here I am, 2nd April, and I'm only just able to come back to it. To describe it is impossible. We have all seen the pictures and heard the stories of how it was built, how huge it is, how long ago it was constructed. But nothing prepared me for the impact it would have on me. I guess it is somewhere I ...

      Great (Wall) Day

      A travel blog entry by dedeb on Mar 23, 2013

      10 photos

      ... cold and windy, but after climbing a few thousand steps we got warmed up. I brought my terrible towel along and waved it quite a bit. Then we had to get back down. Going up was the quad burner coming down was tough on the knees. It was so cool to be on it. But wait it had been a few hours since we had eaten, so off to lunch we went. You guessed it, another lazy Susan lunch. Awesome food again! Then we got to shop in this huge cloisonné store (lots of other stuff ...