Xiang Da International Hotel

Address: No.169 Guang'anmennei Main Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100053, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the 1 area of Beijing, is near Chairman Mao Memorial Hall (Maozhuxi Jiniantang), Peking Opera, Anantara Spa By The Great Wall, and Poly Art Museum.
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      All My Bags Are Packed, I'm Ready to Go

      A travel blog entry by wayneh13 on Nov 07, 2014

      ... front desk attendant said that they had a package for us without me even asking! And, yes, it was our documents. We had a beautiful room here and ate dinner in their combination night club/low key restaurant. Food was actually very good. By the time our heads hit the pillow, it was actually 3:30 AM body time.

      So far, so good, but we are not yet at our destination. Today Beijing, tomorrow ...

      Morning Indoors Then National Museum

      A travel blog entry by carlabroad on May 22, 2014

      So I woke up early to go see the Temple of Heaven only to discover that the PM2.5 levels were over 300 and the PM10 levels were quite high as well. Looking out the window, the air quality was visibly awful. So I went back to sleep for a few hours deciding the Temple of Heaven would have to wait til tomorrow. In the afternoon I went to the National Museum, which was huge and somewhat overwhelming in the amount to see. One could easily spend ...

      "I think we've hit a wall!"

      A travel blog entry by hollingsworth84 on Mar 11, 2014

      10 photos

      ... were often at war and would build walls as defense against the other kingdoms. The Qin dynasty, under emperor Qin Shi Huang Di, united all the kingdoms. Oddly he was known for tearing down many walls but also connecting many as possible to serve as a northern defense post. The Ming dynasty built the wall to its furthest and built up all sections of the wall. Later dynasties stopped improving the wall as a sign of peace with all neighbors. The ...

      Leaving on a Fast Train

      A travel blog entry by kitkatgo on Jul 24, 2013

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... station was insane. There were people everywhere outside sitting on the ground with their bags. They were a bit scruffy looking. They couldn't go inside the station without a ticket. Ada and I went in and found our waiting area. We were lucky to find 2 seats. The place was packed. This is life in China: people everywhere.

      People started lining up at the check-in area, but we waited until they started letting people through. Again, wall-to-wall people. At one point, I ...

      Let it snow, and a trip to Beijing's Olympic Site

      A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Dec 15, 2012

      1 comment, 27 photos

      ... and otherwise, after the Olympics. Wintry snow was thickly strewn ln the grounds, but one could not help[ but marvel at the European architecture combined with Chinese culture.
      On the other side lay the gorgeous Beijing National Aquatics Center also officially known as the National ...