Shuangyang Hotel

Address: No.41 Qingchun Road, Huairou District, Beijing, 101400, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the 怀柔 area of Beijing.
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    Summer Palace Calling.

    A travel blog entry by travelingma on Jul 18, 2014

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    ... the dinner was so-so and the show not thrilling.) instead Terry and I took off on our own. First we braved the subway to the Bear Lake District, a large lake surrounded with shops, restaurants, and cheesy stores. It was packed and totally fascinating. We walked around the entire lake. There was a large sign saying no swimming, no fishing which in front of were people swimming and over a bit there were some fishing. The water was not in pristine ...

    Remember Istanbul!!!

    A travel blog entry by madanaki on Jun 08, 2014

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    We visited some markets opposite Beijing Zoo where they had about 7 floors of clothes, shoes, t shirts, suits...pretty much everything you could wear. After trawling the many floors, we both manged to find some quality shoes for cheap, cheap! Mandy picked up some casual shoes for about $15 and Steve bought some excellent outdoor Merrells for about $80. Sweet!


    Beijing pt. 1

    A travel blog entry by matthewswilcox on Aug 07, 2013

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    ... up to them. That makes it sound a lot easier than it was. The clouds/pollution was all around us and 10 minutes into hiking we were all as wet as if we'd just showered and exhausted. A few weeks of sitting in cars will put you right out of shape. There were a lot of perfect trees in the path that you had to use to get up and down the paths. If they weren't there we wouldn't have been able to climb at all because the moisture in the air made everything too slick and muddy. ...

    The Forbidden City

    A travel blog entry by bjglawe on Dec 25, 2012

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    ... secular nor commercial, hanging anywhere on the grounds. No surprise, but amazingly there is a variety of holiday decorations around the city of Beijing. Touring the "Former Palace" on a U.S.-based holiday means less visitors and more viewing space. Perfect.

    The Former Palace, also known as the Forbidden City, by Westerners, was China's imperial palace from the Ming Dynasty (1604) to the last emperor (Puyi) of the Qing Dynasty in 1912. Built over a period ...


    A travel blog entry by fromthemill on Oct 18, 2012

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    ... driving whilst our guide spouted facts about the wall. Above the horn and screeching tyres I managed to ascertain that the wall is 2000 years old, cost 1m lives to build (longest tomb) and can't actually be seen from space. The most striking fact was that when the wall was first begun, 2m workers we're employed to build it. That's not an issue for modern China with 1.3bn inhabitants, but at that time this was 1/5th of the population. As I said earlier in this post, it seems ...