Shixin Hotel

Address: Jia No.3 Residential Area 2, Anhuaxili, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100011, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Monday 6th January 2014

A travel blog entry by nashira2116 on Jan 06, 2014

... and plenty of people around but I was relieved to get back into our hotel lobby. We had a light dinner and ate our bananas cos we're travelling to Xi'an tomorrow and won't take them with us. We checked out the TV news - mostly about the Xue Long icebreaker stuck in the ice in the Antarctic Sea and the Japanese PM Mr Abe. Not much else makes news here. An early night as it's an early start tomorrow to get to the airport. Good night for the last time from ...


A travel blog entry by sarahemma on Nov 28, 2013

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... incest and incense.
There were a lot of buddhist statues, which is why people were leaving money, spread across a few different rooms. It is obviously important for Buddhists to leave gifts as even in the museum part they had peeled away the sealant on the corner of the glass and fed through notes! The buildings were again pretty but felt much the same as the forbidden city.

Summer palace

After a quick costa to warm up and a fairly long subway ...


A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Jun 09, 2013

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... guides yelling through their loud speakers so their group of 25 or more people can hear them. You cannot go into any of the temples, you can only peer through windows to try and see whats inside

We make our way out and head to Tiananmen Square, about a 30 minute walk. We stop at a little restaurant where lots of locals are eating. Food was great. As there are no smoking laws banning smoking in food place, we had to endure the ...

Day 2 Beijing

A travel blog entry by lindb on Aug 13, 2012

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... in Chinese so I can show the taxi drivers. The first driver I encounter asks for 200 yuan to Beijing Zoo, now it is 14km away, and that is only £20 but I know he is trying his luck, the concierge said it would be about 30 yuan on the meter.... That driver... He can do one. I eventually ask the concierge to call me a cab. One arrives shortly, they speak in Chinese (no idea what they say!) and then we are off. He is a sweet driver, tries to ...

Great Wall and Summer Palace

A travel blog entry by jillontheverge on Jun 27, 2012

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... and took a dragon boat across the lake to the temple. It is so beautiful. The temple (the one in all the pics) was burned down by the French in 1880, but was rebuilt a couple years later. More steps, but worth the pain we will feel tomorrow.

Loaded back into the van and were back at the hotel just before 2:00PM. It was a perfect way to see those sites, with a tour we would have been stopping at factories along ...