Xingguang Media Hotel

Address: No.2 East Section of Beixing Road, Xihongmen Town, Daxing District, Beijing, 100162, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Daxing District area of Beijing, is near Regency Taipan Massage and 99 Massage & Spa Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    September 6 - Beijing - High Speed Train

    A travel blog entry by davidmuir on Sep 06, 2014

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... of people where we had to go (we were in carriage 10 and so had to look for the number on the platform -near our feet, not above). There are lots of numbers - the first person sent us in the wrong direction. The second person in the right direction. The Station attendant had us heading to the train going in the opposite direction before finally reading the ticket correctly and getting us to the correct spot. We had great views of the countryside as ...

    Truly Touristy Times

    A travel blog entry by rpalmer_13 on Jan 28, 2014

    33 photos

    ... all over the City and I'm sure if one was to really study it, even the stones in the ground had special meanings JK. Except the stone floors went down about 15 feet to discourage assassins from tunneling into the city.

    Umm...I think that's all I have to say about Beijing. It was nice but it was definitely a tourist stop and I was only there about 2 days so I'll go back ...

    Day 26 - Arriving in Beijing

    A travel blog entry by costin on Oct 25, 2013

    26 photos

    ... it was only when we looked at the menu that we realised we had gone into a Japanese Restaurant! Good work - first meal in China - Japanese food! It was good food though and the abundance of vegetables was appreciated after Mongolia. We also managed to get the hostel details, so mission accomplished. A quick hope on the metro (2RMB per journey - about 20p) and we were by our hostel. We had prepared ourselves for a good deal of culture shock in Beijing, but ...

    Beijing Part Deux

    A travel blog entry by vwuertz on Oct 10, 2012

    56 photos

    ... culture, as are the numbers 8 and 6. Four, however, represents death and is not a favored number. Jason gives us free time to walk the lakefront. Music wafts along the lakefront as we see a number of live musicians playing in pavilions strategically placed along the lake. We cross over the bridge to look at the water, which is pretty shallow. Tons of Chinese folks are here, walking the bridge and lakefront, listening to the music, eating lunch. The ...

    Getting the Ball Rolling

    A travel blog entry by 8spike on Jul 01, 2012

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... at first, but comfortingly warm once you get used to it. One guy I met early on is really pleasant and has something between a smile and a grimace etched into his face. He always hangs out with another character who reminds me of the stereotypical, serious-faced, middle-aged Chinese man, best pictured when nursing a cigarette. One of the few guys I speak with mostly in English is always offering to help me out with errands and chatting with me ...