Xiangshun Fuyuan Hotel

East of Huaxiang Bridge, South 4th Ring Road, Fengtai District, Beijing, 100070, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Fengtai District area of Beijing, is near Forbidden City (Imperial Palace), Yuyuantan Park, National Center for the Performing Arts, and Anantara Spa By The Great Wall.
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    Ricci Haunting Me

    A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Apr 25, 2014

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    ... t care about him. I don't have an urge to learn more about him; I don't even care to visit his grave in Beijing.

    After lunch, we took the cab back to school.

    I went to the basement lounge to work on my papers. When I walked in, Natasha was sitting there and chilling. We talked for a bit.

    Then, I worked on my papers.

    Later, I went to my room and decided to cook spam for dinner.

    Becoming a Beijingian

    A travel blog entry by teamstof on Sep 06, 2013

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    ... driver out to make the purchases. I think she better learn quick if she wants to live in China. Caught a train. Managed to buy the tickets and worked out which direction to go in. A lot of pushing and shoving to get on and off. The train was packed. I'd hate to try at peak hour. Another beautiful day after a storm overnight. There are a huge number of high ...

    An unexpected reunion on the tourist trail....

    A travel blog entry by gdarmo on Jul 25, 2012

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    ... but just to be absolutely clear, I declined her polite invitation!

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    Extremely Mao'd and Incredibly Close

    A travel blog entry by eriklang on Mar 24, 2012

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    ... the trip back was for the most part uneventful. After fighting the ludicrous crowd amassed at the Xi’an Railway Station (and I thought the Beijing West station was bad) uneventful was exactly what I wanted.

    Now a slightly smarter Sino-sojourner, I was wise to disingenuous drivers. The first cabbie I approached tried to arrange a fare to my hostel in the range of $45…I looked him square in the eye and told him, "You’re f’ing ...

    The Great Wall & 'YOU FOLLOW WENDY!'

    A travel blog entry by stephee on Oct 15, 2011

    ... because of the feng shui. Altogether 13 emporers out of 16 are buried in these tombs. The first Ming emperor was buried near the old capital of Nanjing, the second emperor disappeared and another one was denied burial there and is buried West of Beijing. We went to see the Dingling tomb which is the tomb of the Wanli emperor and is the only Ming dynasty tomb which has been excavated.

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