Yanxin Hotel Peking University

Address: Building 334, Yanbeiyuan, Haidian District, Beijing, 100091, China | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

China, the Old and the New, Beijing

A travel blog entry by kwdestinations on May 01, 2015

13 photos

... of the old charm of Beijing. Right next to it was a restaurant called 1949, Duck d’chin. One of the best in Beijing for Peking Duck. Old Hutong neighborhoods were just behind our hotel. Hutong meaning small streets with populated neighborhoods – the old China. Beijing used to be these small alleys, like a maze. Courtyards were shared by two to four families. Its called Hutongs. In the earlier visits in the 1980’s they ...

Beijing...singing the song on The Wall

A travel blog entry by jmintouch33 on Apr 07, 2014

5 comments, 11 photos

... they changed their minds and said we could leave the stuff. By the time we were at the base of The Wall, Howard had received another call to say come back and get the stuff because the vehicle was being impounded and the driver detained. OUCH. Howard had to cut our umbilical cord and let us loose on The Wall. Mac and I took off to conquer the world- and we left Howard to conquer the officialdom. We have so many stories from the day....but I am going to let the photos do ...

Peking/Beijing duck

A travel blog entry by newsbob on Mar 23, 2014

15 photos

... t exorbitant, considering how much work it takes to produce them.

Our next stop was the nearby Ming Tombs. There are actually 13 tombs of different Ming Dynasty emperors, all located within about 10 acres. The area was selected based on feng shui principles by the 15th century Yongle emperor. And that’s whose tomb we visited.

I hate to say this, but all of these ancient buildings look alike, ...

Mandarin

A travel blog entry by jonnyanddonna on Oct 14, 2013

... anyone learn it without spending a decade trying to order a dish in a restaurant that doesn't require a black belt in chopsticks?

I'm out, I'll learn hello, please, thank you and peeking duck. I shouldn't need any more than that anyway. Chances are I'll end up trying to say hello to a police officer in Tianeman square and what will actually come out is “So you yellow faced son of a *****, how about I wipe my **** on chairman Mao's grave?” ...

Adventure begins in Beijing - Day 3

A travel blog entry by krisbolt on Apr 09, 2013

5 photos

... suddenly felt bit "off" shortly after. Dizzy spells begun, I thought "oh no!". Quickly scrabbled through my luggage opened in full view of the public, I don't care if they saw my bras, undies and the stuff in the luggage. I was nothing to me, I had to worry about being ill. Found the trustworthy tummy helper called "Imodium". Popped 2 in....and prayed. It worked, I became fine again during the whole 5 hours journey. Train was travelling 301 ...