Super 8 (Beijing Daxing Huangcun)

Address: No.20A Honglou West Alley, Huangcun, Beijing, 100012, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Daxing District area of Beijing.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 (Beijing Daxing Huangcun)

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Travel Blogs from Beijing

From the Great Wall to the Great Firewall...

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Apr 02, 2015

64 photos

... to thin the crowds just a bit which was nice as well. Having spent about as long as we could stand playing pinball with the other tourists in the park we found a little food court for a quick bowl of noodles before we made our way to the exit. Just as we were about to leave we found a little plaque which announced that the daily expectation for visitors to the park was 22,000+ which made complete sense to us. So after a very pretty but very hectic morning and afternoon ...

The Great Wall today

A travel blog entry by tayrocfam on Aug 16, 2014

2 comments, 18 photos

... helmets, scaffolding! They were clinging precariously from trees, poles and walls. Elsewhere we would have not been allowed to clamber over a work site (never have I done so). And the workers did not stop for us! I nearly fell into a hole and after recovering myself had to stop my fellow lady travellers from doing the same thing (yep going to the loo!!). I am getting used to them now! Once we got to the cable car, they literally threw us into the cabins and then ...

Day 14

A travel blog entry by abbeystravel on Jun 04, 2014

... we made our way into the Forbidden City. During our morning tour, we made the progression through each set of gates toward the main building. Aside from going through the main gates that all the tourists go through, our teacher Wei took us on a little side trip through some of the less visited buildings. After we toured some of the lesser traveled areas, we visited the Imperial Garden inside of the Forbidden City. ...

The Beijing Barge

A travel blog entry by nixerflynn on Sep 15, 2013

1 comment, 94 photos

... br> Fact of the Day 2: "Unlike many other animals in Ancient China, pandas were rarely thought to have medical uses. The few known uses include the Sichuan tribal peoples' use of panda urine to melt accidentally swallowed needles" Handy tip to know.

We went on to laugh at the monkeys getting up to their usual mischief - swinging out of the rafters and just general messing. We saw wolves, polar bears, those little red pandas, a few tropical birds and two huge grizzly ...


A travel blog entry by andrewnchris on Mar 11, 2013

6 photos

... blocks can be found individual houses all sitting together in a grid with no green space whatsoever. One new development even had its own Italian style Campanile and Duomo! None of these developments were, as yet, inhabited.

Once we passed through Tianjin, which took ages as the rush hour traffic was chaotic, we boarded the Bullet train for the 33 minute trip to Beijing which was over 90 miles away. Boarding the train was not without incident as ...