Wancheng Huafu International Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
Photos of Wancheng Huafu International Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Wancheng Huafu International Hotel Beijing
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... to rape and pillage and nobody’s there to save me, I don’t want to become one of Genghis Khan’s descendants, however that works with the time travel and such. I bring up Mongols because this year my goal, or should I say mongoal…..terrible. My goal is to tag alongside a group of merchants to deliver a fresh bunch of commodities across the Silk Road, where I expect to experience vast landscapes, humble villages, ...
I'm going to write a little summary about my trip and just explain to everyone reading how amzing it was.
Well I'm going to sum up my trip by saying incredible, this country is absolutely amazing and iv never experienced anything like it in my life. From the food to how kind natured the people are it was ...
... also been listening to old law school lectures. Tomorrow we're heading to Tian'anmen Square and the Forbidden City; we're also going to see a mummified Chairman Mao doing his bizarre afterlife turn as a tourist attraction. Chapter Four: Red Carpet In the morning we set out to see Chairman Mao; for whatever reason the hall where his stuffed corpse is exhibited closes at midday (one wonders why as he can't have much else to do). We got stuck in one of the arbitrary police ...
... The 15 different dumplings we tasted were all delicious.
Jean and Isabel left us for their second half of China Tour with OAT (Overseas Adventure Tour). It was hard to believe that we had travelled together for over a month. It would be interesting to see how their commercial China tour compare with our little free spirited self-guided private tour.
We visited two popular tourist spots - the old town "Front Gate" (前门）and the ...
... Harvest (Qiniandian) from south to north. Almost all of the buildings are connected by a wide bridge called Vermilion Steps Bridge (Danbiqiao) or called Sacred Way.
The Circular Altar has three layered terraces with white marble. During the Ming and Qing Dynasties (1368 A.D. - 1911 A.D.), the emperors would offer sacrifice to Heaven on the day of the Winter Solstice every year. This ceremony was to thank Heaven and hope everything would be good in the future. The Hall ...