Qinglian Furun Hotel Beijing Railway Station

Address: No.19 Paozihe Dongxiang, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100005, China | Hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Qinglian Furun Hotel Beijing Railway Station

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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Last day in Beijing

A travel blog entry by francis24 on Apr 28, 2015

31 photos

... went to the Silk market which was very close to the hotel for some souvenir shopping. My brother ended up buying a new suitcase, a watch, a pair of shoes, and even a jacket! My mom had seen a souvenir earlier at the night market which she didn't buy thinking she would find it at this market for cheaper. She did find some but she didn't like them as much as the other one since it was a different style.

When we finished our dinner my mom convinced me to go back ...

Lao She Teahouse

A travel blog entry by richmiketrav on Sep 08, 2014

3 comments, 10 photos

... comedy act which was tedious as we couldn't understand a word so we just laughed when we guessed was appropriate which is slightly dangerous. Some of the audience by this time were talking, texting or answering loudly ringing phones with a loud 'Wei?'

They definitely saved the best to last though with Szechuan Opera face changing which was truly mystifying as she changed her mask in a split second including after she came to our table and ...

Day 290/291 The Great Wall / La Gran Muralla

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on May 30, 2014

2 comments, 32 photos

... Franša, fruita i tres pots de noodles, que ens vam menjar a l’habitaciˇ. La majoria de restaurants tanquen a les 9 del vespre i ja ens havia passat l’hora.

Aquest matÝ a dos quarts de 8, l’Steven ens ha vingut a buscar per anar a la Gran Muralla. Normalment, la gent hi va a veure-la a prop de Beijing, per˛ nosaltres fem 90 km cap al nord a un lloc que es diu Jin Shan Ling, Muntanya Daurada. Hi ha ...

Qi gong at the temple and a really Great wall.

A travel blog entry by griceydoesasia on Sep 22, 2013

11 photos

... were various martial artists all practising their art, including those using big sticks and swords; it looked like a Kung fu movie set at times which was very exciting. And amongst it all was a round eyed lanky lad from Lancashire tripping over his own feet and generally moving left when everyone else was going right. I think a few pics were taken too so no doubt there's a Chinese equivalent of you-tube somewhere featuring the spastic from the ...

Beijing: Ain't nobody got time to post.

A travel blog entry by ek1232 on Mar 28, 2013

278 photos

... 8221; hutong. I went to this Hutong around 8 in the morning so that way I could have a jammed packed day! Unfortunately, most of the stores in this hutong were not open (going with our weekly theme), but I still decided to walk around because it’s always cool to see Chinese doing their daily routines. I then came across a Confucian temple that was just opening, and since I was a student, admission was only 15 RMB (about $2). It was ...