Check rates and availability for this hotel
Find the best prices for Tangla Hotel from our 4 partners. Show all partners
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... archway (10 000 total). The sprawling palace is built amongst rocky formations which you scramble through to each mew area. The lake was crystal clear, and there we saw the 17 arches bridge and a boat made of pure marble. That night we went to an acrobatics show with ladder flying rope, and ribbon acts (and more) as well as a giant motorcycle cage into which 5 motorbikes went at once. I was watching absolutely certain there would be a horrible accident right in ...
7:45am: Alarm goes off. I I groggily swipe a hand down to my desk from my lofted bed, blindly fumbling for the snooze button. When that classic iPhone alarm noise stops, I know I've found it, and turn back over and fall asleep.
7:53am: Alarm goes off for a second time. I promptly hit snooze again.
8:01am: Alarm goes off for a third time. Grumbling the whole time, I manage to shimmy down off my bed and shut it off. After opening the curtains to check ...
... to make any transfers. When I arrived at the Institute, it was 6:45am. I was an hour early and obviously the very first one to arrive. I passed the time by listening to music and taking a few pictures from where I was sitting. After maybe half an hour, some kids started to show up.
I spent a good amount of time introducing myself to parents and answering a bunch of questions. I handled myself alright, but a few parents ...
... it is truly a sight to see. I found one of the most interesting parts to be of 798 to be is that it is such a strong combination of the very traditional Chinese art and shops with more modern and foreign-influenced ones as well. I'm very excited to show off these pictures. And, unlike before, I came away with some merchandise. But that is to be shown off and given away later! I also enjoyed that there were other foreigners there. As bad as it sounds, I am ...
... and eat on low tables while sitting on short stools - all out on the lane. Meanwhile, traffic flows constantly through the narrow passageways - ocassional cars, vans, scooters, rickshaws, trikes, small tractor trucks, bicycles and pedestrians.
Most of the houses, rammed together in the craziest ramshackle way, have no sewerage. This means that every hutong district is choc-a-block with public lavatories and showers. This is where the locals carry out ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center