Yuanyuan Hotspring Hotel

Address: No.9 Tuanjie Lake Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100026, China | 1 star hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Another visa debacle

A travel blog entry by valetroy on Dec 30, 2014

... to the British Embassy) the supervisor agreed that we didn't have to pay for new tickets, he would change our flights himself, and another 30 minutes produced our new schedule and we could go through immigration and claim our luggage, which we eventually found in an unclaimed luggage office 30 minutes later.So only another 7 hours to kill in Beijing airport. Many beers eased the way! Needless to say it took about ...

Beijing Doorways

A travel blog entry by nietsreuef on Jul 13, 2014

65 photos

... Bright Gate, Golden-Column Gate, Uncivilized Gate and Favorite Gate.

The gates were decorated with paintings, carvings, masonry patterns, slogans and posters. 2 of the most interesting features of the entryways are the Foo Dogs and what the Chinese call "Doorway Hairpins". Much has been written about the foo dogs, actually lions, but since there were no native lions in China, the models tend to look like dogs. That's another story.

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Biking in Beijing

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Apr 18, 2014

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... of the reasons being the subtle tonal inflections that dramatically change the meaning of a word with the same spelling. In general, there are four different pronunciations and meanings for many words in Mandarin! The differences are even hard for us to hear, nevertheless speak!
We had a great 10 course tasting menu, with some nice Tempranillo from Spain. It is always a great blessing to spend 3 hours just enjoying each other’s company, and talking ...

The Great Wall and Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by jomama on Aug 04, 2013

29 photos

... the garden, then out the back. Most of the buildings are closed to the public. This is where the emperors lived until the last emperor, Puyi, abdicated in 1912.

From here we took an hour and a half drive to Mutianyu Great Wall. We stopped for lunch at a nice restaurant on the way. At the wall, we took the cable car up to the wall...the same cable car that President Clinton took when he visited ...

Beijing, for the very first time

A travel blog entry by travistravels on Aug 05, 2012

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... 2 is a very handy loop that surrounds inner Beijing and will connect you to nearly all the other lines. Line 5 cuts across the loop in a north to south fashion. Line 2 also connects to the Capital Airport Express which leads to…dun, dun, dunh! The airport! The cost for the normal lines is 2 yuan a pop and the Express is 25 yuan one way. Very handy, as a cab will cost about 100 or 150 yuan (I’m ...