- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Yangqiao Hotel Beijing
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... selling scorpions, starfish, centipedes, spiders, snakes, even seahorses and turtles - to eat. Pretty sure this is a tourist thing, apparently the locals don't actually eat these (I guess they think 'hey, what's the weirdest thing we can get Westerners to eat?'.. and it works). Even so, I had a weird curiosity and so me and Morgan (from UK) shared a starfish, whilst I had a baby scorpion and a bite of snake also. The scorpion was actually quite tasty, wasn't ...
... disrespect. The boundary is believed to keep all bad things from entering the house. The home that we were allowed to visit contained a garden in the centre. Many fruit trees had been planted within this garden and they withheld an abundance of fruit. People still lived in some of the buildings of this house and it was very interesting to learn about its history and the family that owned the land. After this experience we returned to the hotel and later went out for ...
... After my talk with Dean Moses, I return to my room to study more Chinese. Then, Mark, Mike, and I met up with Jacky to go to Sanlitun. We waited at Yashow for Bethany. I saw a blonde chick and screamed, "Bethany!" It was Bethany!
Jacky took us to a German restaurant called Taps Bar&Grill. The last time I ate German food was when I was in Germany. German food is always so good, especially the sausages.
When dinner was done, everyone ...
... for an exorbedent price. We finally bargained them down to what we though was reasonable and they took us to our hotel which was about 10-15 minute drive.
We checked in - had a glass of wine each along with nuts and dried fruit then hit the bed and we were in dreamland.
Tomorrow we explore Beijing. ...
... bus wasn't able to wait any longer for him, some people had flights to catch. So we left. I have no idea what happened to that guy. But I hope he was ok! The return trip to Beijing was 2 hours, so was gone 4.30pm by the time I arrived back. Exhausted! Friday 15 March 2013 The 2008 Olympics were held in Beijing. The main stadiums are just North of the city centre. The National Stadium - also known as the 'birds nest' due to its interweaving steel design cost US$423 to build and is ...