Beijing Yanshan Hotel

No.38A Zhongguancun Street, Haidian District, Beijing, 100086, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the W. 3rd Ring/w. 4th Ring area of Beijing, is near Beihai Park (Beihai Gongyuan), Beijing Zoo, Peking University (Beijing Da Xue), and Lin Antai Old Homestead.
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    A travel blog entry by olasalle on Aug 04, 2014

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... 21 million + inhabitants, but commuting during the rush hours gives the impressions that it's a lot more. There are government reforms in the works to give 100 million migrant workers equal access to urban Social Welfare by the year 2020. This massive movement of people will no doubt have a major future impact on population of Beijing.

    The traditional government ...

    Tiananmen is Forbidden/Stairway to Heaven

    A travel blog entry by tswiderski on Jun 20, 2014

    29 photos

    ... on every streetlamp. Big Brother is watching.

    As we made our way across the square towards the south gate of the Forbidden City, a unique phenomenon dawned upon everyone in our group: we were definitely a minority. So much so that we were often being stared at. In some cases, we were even being video-taped and photographed. Odd to say the least, but for many Chinese people, we were the first "foreigners" many of them have ever seen. Moreover, ...

    The Long "good" Friday

    A travel blog entry by andyeaton on Nov 22, 2013

    8 photos

    ... the escalator by hundreds of people. We were unduly distracted by a young girl cleaning the galls roof by walking on it with a mop, yes a mop and bucket.

    We found our pod like seats and settled in, put on our slippers of pure polyester and fiddled with the seat adjustment buttons like 12 year olds on a school trip. Before we knew it the train pulled out silently and began to accelerate to the cruising speed of 303 kph, 190mph, silently. ...

    Dinner in the Qing Dynasty

    A travel blog entry by alycleveland on May 28, 2013

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... a little questionable, but we all tried them all! During dinner, because we were seated in the main building, we got to enjoy various performances, such as dancing, singing, and "magic".

    After dinner, we took one last stroll around the garden paths to enjoy everything illuminated. It really was an incredible night—a dinner I will never forget!

    (Wei told us today that the meal cost over 2200 Yuan… which is close to $400. ...


    A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Sep 30, 2012

    25 photos

    ... mall and revisiting the Peking Duck which Kyle experienced for the first time. It was the perfect end to a weekend that included fiery knees, singing Filipinos, and various degrees of alcoholic consumption. All in the name of friendship.
    Tomorrow I get to experience the Beijing Movie Theatre as we figure out how to ask for tickets to see an American film with an English soundtrack. Hey it's all part of the adventure. Until next time....