Shuangyang Hotel

Address: No.41 Qingchun Road, Huairou District, Beijing, 101400, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located in the 怀柔 area of Beijing.
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    Tourist Delights in (and Near) Beijing

    A travel blog entry by laura421 on May 30, 2015

    3 comments

    ... Here, although there were crowds of people, I felt nothing but the excitement of actually being in this place. There are also gardens planted here; flowers are everywhere in Beijing, adding beauty and a softness to an otherwise basic modern cityscape.

    Then we crossed into the Forbidden City. The name alone creates excitement! Emperors and dynasties ruled here, but for 500 years the common people were kept out. Protected by a ...

    Xian, the Terracotta Warriors and on to the Yangze

    A travel blog entry by smadge on Oct 14, 2014

    6 photos

    ... each carriage has an attendant who takes your ticket, swaps it for a plastic card and will wake you in time for your stop. We had a three hour transfer wait for a not very fast bullet train to the Yangzee where we connected with our river cruise boat. The bullet train may not have been particularly fast but it was mighty comfortable and had a terrific western loo. Station announcements were written up and spoken in English though I am not sure why. Outside the ...

    Beijing

    A travel blog entry by siyaya on Jun 27, 2014

    5 comments, 14 photos

    ... to get an understanding of, living in a society with a communist political system. (It has been quite a thing for me not to be able to follow what is going on through Facebook!!!!) And after seeing how people have to live in Beijing I do appreciate so much more being able to live in my house with it’s garden, with the mountain and sea close by.

    So, today we are ambling around at our own pace before setting out by train early tomorrow for ...

    Peking duck anyone?

    A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri on Oct 03, 2013

    745 photos

    ... well as tickets. So there is no option to enter and walk out freely, you're in, you're in! Then there is of course the queue to enter the train itself which is a bit of a battle but our backpacks do the job of pushing everyone out of the way so that's a bonus for us.
    Anyway we arrived at Beijing South train station and we thought we could easily walk the 2.5km to our hostel, which in hindsight was a bit silly because a bus ride cost 2Yuan (35cents) but anyway ...

    Exploring the hutong

    A travel blog entry by ageinghippie on Apr 08, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... granaries of the late Ming and early Qing. Each year, large amounts of grain were brought in from Zhejing Province to the capital and stored in Lumicang District. Hutongs in the area took on the names of the various granaries, names that have stuck to this day. Then there's Xishiku (Western General Warehouse) Alley off Xi' anmennei Street, once called Houku Dajie (Back Warehouse Street) for its 10 warehouses serving the imperial palaces and ...