Xin Tian Di Hotel

Address: No.218-3 Wangfujing Street, Beijing, 100006, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Wangfujing area of Beijing, is near Great Wall at Mutianyu, Former Residence of Soong Ching Ling (Song Qingling Guju), Shin Kong Place, and Friendship Store.
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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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      Back to Beijing

      A travel blog entry by belbrown on Oct 02, 2014

      ... I found a seat and a power point and slept. I did do a little shopping then my flight finally had a gate. So on my way I got a lovely 30min foot massage- amazing! Just what I needed. Boarding for my flight with China Airlines, the plane is full as there is 2 code shares as well as Air China. So not lucky enough to have a seat to myself. So happy I am almost home!!! 10 hours and I'll be in ...

      Day 22: Beijing (Temple of Heaven)-Emily

      A travel blog entry by lauraandemily on Sep 07, 2014

      28 photos

      ... architecture of the Ming/Khan dynasties. Basically it's a massive 40 metre jigsaw puzzle. Over the Danbi Bridge and through the Chengzhen Gate we came to the Imperial Vault of Heaven (sadly no Colin Firth nor Tom Hiddleston covered in chocolate sauce- that really would have been heaven!). We where however totally transfixed on the way by three locals Ribbon Dancing. Making shapes and twirling the metre long ribbons into mesmeric patterns looked effortless ...

      China I: Beijing - Pingyao

      A travel blog entry by henryghevans on Apr 27, 2014

      ... are far apart from each other. That had apparently been what the odd man had been shouting about. When we went outside he started again and turned out to be a taxi driver prepared to take us to Beijing Station for 100. It costs 2 to take the underground so I politely turned him down at which point he turned nasty and started ranting and screaming and demanding in broken English that we take his taxi. Reader, we didn't. Beijing Station is a grand building outside and in; full ...

      The Beginning of Beijing!

      A travel blog entry by arielle.rylands on Feb 07, 2013

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... the Chinese New Year to go back to their homes and rural communities for the week holiday. The city therefore isn't as packed (its still crazy full) and also the wind is very strong as of late, reducing the pollution in the air! I have an app on my phone that measures the air pollution levels!

      My final adjustment is the toilets here. Toilets are at ground level and toilet paper is very sought after and not flushed.

      These ...

      Millions of people, Millions of dumplings.

      A travel blog entry by shapeshiffter on Nov 21, 2012

      5 comments, 16 photos

      ... buildings low, allowing largely uninterrupted views of the dome of the sky. No where to sit though and although being a public square is run by the government and you have to walk through security checks to get in and out, but good because its free and we like free stuff.

      Walking through the square takes you to The Forbidden City, ringed by a 52m-wide moat at the very heart of beijing is Chinas largest and ...