Xin Jiang Hotel

Address: No.7 Sanlihe Road, Haidian District, Beijing, 100044, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Beijing Exhibition Center area of Beijing, is near Beihai Park (Beihai Gongyuan), Beijing Zoo, Hall of Great Harmony (Taihe Dian), and Zhongshan Park.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Beijing

Great Wall

A travel blog entry by namladi on Jun 08, 2015

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... path with intermittent watch towers. The stone stairs were of uneven width and height, reminding tourists of the age when mechanization and standardization was not invented. The raw elegance and beauty of the imperfect construction rendered me speechless. Many tourists, mostly Chinese natives, thronged the site. Interestingly, many elderly Chinese made their way slowly up even as I massaged my aching joints. They must feel energized by the pride of ...

Day 15! Forbidden city, zoo and Duck

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

3 photos

... architecture looks the same so Cian suggested we go to the zoo! Giant pandas! Rickshaw drivers annoy us and Des ushers away from them, Miriam pointing us in the right direction. The walk is a lot further than we thought, Beijing is huge! We pass a jam packed restaurant. Always a good sign so we decide to have lunch here. A smiling woman clears a table for us and we go order. Finally Miriam gets the steamed buns she's been looking for, the bill coming to a total of 40yuan for 4 of us! ...

Beijing 2014 - Humanity, Humidity and Hutongs

A travel blog entry by selenaolson on Jul 13, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... their testicles in bags on their belts for their entire lives so they would be buried with them and hopefully become whole again. The eunuchs were recruited from poor villages and they went to the palace hoping to amass wealth but the price they paid seems incredibly steep. In all, 24 emperors lived on these grounds. We walked through some quieter hutongs on our way back home. I expected that like other Asian cities they would be teeming with life and chaos but mostly they were ...

The Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by brittneytran on Oct 22, 2013

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... labor. In the 13th century, Genghis Khan invaded China and after breaking through the Great Wall the Yuan dynasty was established by his grandson. The Mongols ruled China from 1271 - 1368. Much of the Wall is now in ruins but some parts of the the Great Wall of China have been repaired and are popular tourist attractions. Thousands and thousands of people (just like us) visit each ...

Something in the air

A travel blog entry by oddfellow on Apr 17, 2013

2 comments

... have 2 sides to it - one for the locals and one for the visitors. This becomes obvious when you go to buy something. If its in a part of the city that has a lot of experience dealing with forieghners then you can almost garauntee that you will pay far more for anything than a local will. For example we were catching a bus the other day out to the 798 Art District and while waiting for a bus I went to buy a drink. When I asked how much, the man automatically held up 3 ...