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

PEK 101

A travel blog entry by meganmulray on Jun 16, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

Today was another full day of experiencing the historical and cultural aspects of Beijing.
It was full of interesting experiences and learning a lot of information about China. I really like learning about the fundamental differences between China and the Western world. There are so many differences such as in the languages (for example, each Chinese word only has one syllable), and ...

Accidental Fine Dining

A travel blog entry by traveler71 on Aug 04, 2013

1 photo

... started to pour outside, we decided to just go with the flow. Ordered the cheapest set dinner (no ala carte here). Meal was nice though I felt it was overpriced. Spent half of my CNY cash on this (CNY 750). So much for the recommendation. Lesson of the day: don't trust the Hilton WFJ concierge. Went back to the hotel to sleep after ...

The Climb

A travel blog entry by ztbrown on Sep 16, 2012

10 photos

... a rower and buddy of mine who I'd known earlier at W&M. He'd bet me no little amount of yuan that I couldn't beat him to the top, a challenge which I almost immediately accepted.

The next morning, a couple buses took us and the few dozens of students who'd signed up to a hilly mountain region about an hour north just beyond the outskirts of the city. With Beijing behind us, we passed vast reservoirs and the dams that held them, rolling ...

Days 39 to 43: Beijing

A travel blog entry by mikensoph on Sep 07, 2012

54 photos

... dwarf. Not taking part (and paying the money for optional extras) is considered strange and rude.

Secondly, what we expect to see at a historical site is different. Most historical buildings in China were burnt to the ground in the various opium wars, rebellions or the big daddy - the Cultural Revolution. The few that remained were in a pretty bad state of disrepair. In much of Europe the common practice when repairing a historical site is often to cut wood/stones/ bricks ...

Day 29- Ebony and Ivory

A travel blog entry by rburrows92 on Jul 24, 2012

4 comments, 8 photos

Ah, nothing like the sipping hot green tea at the end of a busy day as you settle down to write a blog post. As I write this, I'm sitting in our new hotel room (graciously provided by our former hotel's manager) and thinking about how uncertain everything was just two days ago when I related our unsuccessful searches to find a hotel room. I am happy to announce that our fortunes have changed immensely since those days which I will henceforth refer to as The Exodus. Before I get ...