Wanlong Hotel

No.6 Yazi Bridge, Guang'anmenwai, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100055, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Sweetness from Others

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... to my sore throat. My throat was so stuff up. During break, Jean said, "You should go see a doctor, Benny." Screw that I thought. This semester, the health insurance I brought from my program now has a hundred dollar co-pay. No way will I spend that much to go to the doctor for a cold.

After class, Garret, Natasha, Valentina, and me walked to the TBC office to pick up things. When we got to the building, Mike told us that nobody was in the office. ...

Bags! Bags! did I mention Bags ?

A travel blog entry by morewood


... You want coat, watch or any other stuff you could think of?" repeated every two metres. Jan managed to ignore the pressure and bought 4 or five bags, I had to do the bargaining and with one bag that started at 1350rmb and I wouldn't shift from 135rmb, the boss gave in and let me have it and the sales girl almost threw the bag at me lol. I actually felt a bit sorry for the sales girls (yeah I know ...

Here's to the Great Times and the Great Wall

A travel blog entry by hunterpetrus


... personal information, they can trust you with business. Benson half-jokingly said that in order to do business, one must be able to eat, drink, and sing. Tonight he gave us a test round of how a banquet would run at the Hong Kong Jockey Club in Beijing. We had multiple courses, each one more delicious than the last! We were also able to eat the Beijing delicacy, Peking Duck. It was cooked and then sliced in front of us. It was ...

Nihao! From Beijing, the rainbow city.

A travel blog entry by dreamingawake


... reluctant to try since it was just a handheld shower head not even separated from the toilet... But more on that later. They ask us also not to throw any used toilet paper in the toilet but in the waste basket which is interesting haha!

But we were so exhausted from the flight I think we passed out at 7pm so not too much happened!

Anyways ill try to upload some photos soon! The Internet connection for some reason isn't working on Bryan's computer!



A travel blog entry by photosbyaiyer


... s mausoleum (from the outside), Tiananmen Square, and the Forbidden City. The architecture of the Forbidden City is breathtaking. There are massive marble railings and porticos between each of the buildings. Then, the buildings are each decorated in sculpted artwork of a different color scheme. Just before exiting the Forbidden City, guests walk through the Emperor’s Garden. It is filled with trees that have twisted trunks and huge ...


TripAdvisor Reviews Wanlong Hotel Beijing

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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