Xingyuetian Hotel

Address: No.30 Qianyi Street, Tianzhu Fu, Shunyi District, Beijing, 101300, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Shunyi District area of Beijing.
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    A travel blog entry by kas19 on Nov 29, 2014

    ... which I have been grateful for in the subsequent subzero days. Shopped out we headed back to the hotel for a brief rest before we were to meet our tour group at 6 PM. Six rolled around and we descended to the lobby to met our group: Andy (our searching for a wife tour guide), JD (the Know-It-All America), George (the Cypress gent), and Natalie and Tom (the "posh" or so they thought pair from London). I didn't know these characteristics yet but 8 days made these ...

    Cute Little Granny

    A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Nov 25, 2013

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    ... part is she does not want to get paid. All she wants is to be there and help. I understand why the workers don't want her there, but she add charm to the place. She is so sweet to open the door for customers and talk to foreign girls like my friend Olivia, despite the language barrier.

    I then got a red bean bubble tea drink from Lemon Exchange. I said Yinwen (English) to the worker since I only saw a Chinese menu. He quickly got the English ...

    Summer Palace

    A travel blog entry by caroline63 on Oct 09, 2013

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    ... inflated yellow duck which is doing a circuit if the world was in the middle of the lake. We took a lovely boat trip across the lake in a dragon boat. We had a lovely lunch in a restaurant near the Summer Palace with the smiliest Chinese waiter ever serving ...

    The Final Count Down :)

    A travel blog entry by dna.livinglarge on Jul 11, 2013

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    ... we tried out the scorpion. The area is filled with stalls, with bizarre things on skewers. It didn't take long until I too ended up on a skewer, right through my dam foot. Not the most pleasant feeling in the world. Darren jumped into action, picked me up and kept repeating "it's not that bad, it's not that bad" at this point I knew it was pretty bad by the panic in his voice. He just warned me not to look down at it ...

    Beijing - History and Culture

    A travel blog entry by ryness on Nov 27, 2012

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    ... out the famous Forbidden City. Again, distracted by food, this time it was toffee/mini sour apple skewers, we missed the ticket office and reached the entrance only having to walk back and pick up tickets. The Forbidden City was massive. We could see how history buffs could spend all day in there but we were happy to stroll through, reading plaques and peering into the temples and structures we passed. Apparently, the key theme was that many of the structures ...