Shunweige Hotel

No.32 Wangfu Street, Qijia Town, Changping District, Beijing, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Thanksgiving, Weddings, and Christmas in China

A travel blog entry by alexandmarymac on Dec 22, 2013

64 photos

... train, which was nice, even though we did have to share our cabin with two random Chinese guys. One was very friendly and Alex and him became friends. When we arrived at Shanghai, we immediately hopped on a bus with Nico, Cherry, and their immediately family and friends and headed to JuJiang (5 hours southwest of Shanghai... basically in the middle of nowhere) to an incredible Spa and Hot Springs.

We spent the whole week ...

Tomb Raiders

A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Jun 22, 2013

59 photos

Lara Croft would have been proud.

...Well, on second thought, a handful of Stanford art historians can't quite merit their own video game. But we came close enough.

For today, our free day, we decided to wake up earlier than we had yet and join a tour going to Eastern Qing Emperor Tombs, a World Heritage Site. The bus ride took close to three hours (not including the long subway ride to the meeting location), so we were more ...

A story of walls, citys and temples

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Mar 12, 2013

11 photos

Well this wasn't the plan. I'm in Beijing already. My final China destination. ------------ I woke up early and was on a Xi'an airport shuttle bus by 8am. The bus took an hour to reach the airport. In plenty of time for my 11.30am flight to Beijing. Coming into land over Beijing, I could see nothing. It's not possible to distinguish where the clouds end and the pollution starts. It's just one big grey smog. Even as we were landing on the runway, I could barely see the other parked ...

Halloween Party comes to my Beijing school

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Oct 31, 2012

1 comment, 18 photos

... was packed with students many of whom dressed up and by the end of the night they didn't want the dance to end. There were also games played, and the excitement was palpable. So how does one measure success? By the smiles, energy and excitement that many of these Chinese, Russian, Korean and Thai kids had not felt at school in a long time if indeed, ever. This is why I love what I do during times like these when we know we made a ...


A travel blog entry by chloecd on Jul 01, 2012

2 comments, 15 photos

... probably be home anyway. I'll see :)

Early yesterday morning we all climbed onto a coach that CUPL had rather kindly organised for us. On the coach we had a rather enthusiastic tour guide who's name was Ding Ding, but who's English name was Simon. He was great for the first half hour or so, and was really sweet, but at 8pm (when we were supposed to have been back at the hotel at 6) we were all a bit too tired to fully appreciate him! We were driven ...