Xiao Xiang Hotel

Address: No.42 Beiwei Road, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100050, China | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    Great Wall

    A travel blog entry by namladi on Jun 08, 2015

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    ... Today, The Wall is an embodiment of Chinese cultural heritage, the architectural wonder of the world and the successful history of all mankind. In my opinion, monuments of such magnitude and such eminence transcend the boundaries of nationalities and races; at some point in time they become transcendental in their existence.

    On disembarking the cable car that transported me atop the fortification, I saw lying in front of me a never ending ...

    Day 15! Forbidden city, zoo and Duck

    A travel blog entry by mvr-miriam on Feb 11, 2015

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    ... lovely cosy house. It was very busy at the Forbidden city, but still we could imagine that the emperors loved walking around there themselves, it was very relaxing. Unfortunately can't get in to the buildings, but had a great look at all the surroundings. We wanted to have a look at the clock exhibition hall but unfortunately you had to pay extra to get in, so we didn't go in. Out of the forbidden city we can't really decide what to do. We had planned on going to more temples but ...

    Beijing 2014 - Humanity, Humidity and Hutongs

    A travel blog entry by selenaolson on Jul 13, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... of the Qing emperor meant one of his meals could have fed a thousand of the poor peasants. There were ten thousand concubines. After the emperor made his selection she would be delivered naked and carried in by servants as she could barely walk for her bound feet. To avoid competition and guarantee his lineage, the only other men allowed on the grounds were eunuchs. Their sacrifice gave them power behind the walls but they were shunned outside as they were not seen as whole. ...

    The great conspiracy at the Great Wall

    A travel blog entry by dodging_cholera on Feb 24, 2013

    4 photos

    ... underneath the metro station. Once inside the bus station we were shortly accosted by a friendly staff member of the bus company who insisted on assisting us onto the correct bus. We were slightly bemused; courtesy of this nature was a rare occurrence in China, however we did not doubt her good intentions and followed suite.

    We had barely endured an hour on the bus when our friendly acquaintance indicated that we needed to alight in order to achieve our ...

    Beijing's Big Hitters with a Family Friend

    A travel blog entry by studt.family on Jul 16, 2011

    131 photos

    ... middle pillars are the months and the twelve outer pillars represent twelve hours of daylight.

    Today we’ve seen lots of historical places that use exterior color and decoration to indicate a building’s importance. I think the most pleasing are these ...