Xiao Xiang Hotel

Address: No.42 Beiwei Road, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100050, China | Hotel
 
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      Our walk begins with one step.

      A travel blog entry by afinial on Sep 14, 2014

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      ... with good coffee via coffee machine and our choice of eggs, scrambled or fried. St John chose fried and we go for scrambled. The eggs arrive with pork buns, bok choy, bacon and small dumpling sized hash browns. A nice way to start the day.

      The view across the roof tops is a mass of ancient tiled roofs and a cat heaven. Definitely a place for magical warriors to fight and fly great distances. The electric wires might slow them down ...

      China I: Beijing - Pingyao

      A travel blog entry by henryghevans on Apr 27, 2014

      ... some sleeping on floors, some on seats, in queues etc. Huge and complicated. Disgusting loos; one can barely see for smoke; floors covered in what one can only hope is mud. Grim. We had been unable to book bunks on the train so had to try to sleep on seats not dissimilar to on the trains at home. There were a lot of people standing jammed in the aisles. Everybody was perfectly prepared, as good socialists should be, to nationalise the soap TV/zany music video/violent film ...

      China - dreaded it unnecessarily!!!

      A travel blog entry by rossandsarah on Jul 27, 2012

      We flew from Hanoi to Cheng Du (via Guangzhou) on the 11th of July. After negotiating the airport shuttle, we found our lovely hostel, where we booked all of our bus / train tickets and accommodation for the coming two weeks by the end of the first day. Now we could sit back and enjoy our tour of China!

      Our first visit was the main reason (for Sarah) why we came to China in the first place - to visit the Giant Panda ...

      Factory tour

      A travel blog entry by barkerstravels on Jan 14, 2012

      ... but neat nonetheless.  Overall good experience with all that.   Korean BBQ dinner tonight.  Again I was able to eat as they brought no shellfish to our table and it was BBQ pork and some lettuce/veggies you could wrap it in.   Good meal and glad I tried it.    Tomorrow Dave and I get our own personal tour guide (and a driver) that will be taking us to the Great Wall and then the Hidden Palace.  The guide will apparently speak English so that will be really neat.  We meet ...

      Good Bye China: Final Destination Beijing.

      A travel blog entry by tom_hollie_2010 on Jun 27, 2011

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      ... for 13 out of the 16 Ming emperors. We were also recommended the Imperial City Museum, the City National Museum, Temple of Heaven Park and the Beijing Underground City - a section of bombproof tunnels built in defence of the potential nuclear war Russia, with battlefield hospitals, a cinema, vaults, floodproof doors and a ventilation system to expel poisonous gases. To Tom's disappointment we didn't get time to see the Olympic Park - so don't ask him about it. It's a sore ...