Yuanyuan Hotspring Hotel

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

China Museum

A travel blog entry by jadekitts


... then caught a subway to the Pearl Market to shop. I was really excited to go because I love shopping! But right after my first interaction, I was ready to leave I was so frustrated and annoyed. When we originally went with Wei, people were telling us really good prices because Wei was with us. This time, we were on our own, and they know how to trick Americans and take advantage of us. Wei told us a bunch of ...

Almost to the Finish Line

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... China each year. He asked why. I explained that people complained about how polluted Beijing is without being there before. He laughed and he agreed with me that the western newspapers are so bias against Beijing. Today was a nice clear day.

After our talk, I went to my Chinese class. Ramon was not there. I was expecting him to come in late as he always does. We took our dictation and learned some grammar points about talking about a past experience. It was not ...

Goodness gracious great balls of chi

A travel blog entry by griceydoesasia


I am now 2 days into my fortnight of a Qigong retreat, the idea being to learn the basics of Qigong energy healing and where better than in China with master Wan at his medical centre along with his Chinese students who are here for years perfecting the art.
The centre is an old military building as Master Wan was a 4 star general in the Chinese army and worked as a medical officer using Qigong to heal not only soldiers ...


A travel blog entry by romeobal


... in a day: Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, the Great Wall (a 2.5 hour one way drive from Beijing), Capital Museum, Zhongshan and Beihai park. But my favorite activity (and we did a lot of this) was just wandering the various neighborhoods and hutongs and observing the everyday lives of the Chinese.

Our final night is capped with a traditional dinner of peking duck, a 600 year old tradition began in Beijing. Ronny and I are invited to dinner by Lars ...

Beijing - the fun of bargaining

A travel blog entry by peteryang


... other dishes. The duck was great. The skin was golden and crispy. We were told to dip the slices of skin in white sugar. The warm caramel skin dissolved in my mouth with a satisfying sweet and buttery taste, amazing! Our next dish of cold salted duck liver was great too. It was perfectly seasoned with the traditional Chinese five spices, and the thick slices of gray somehow melted quickly in the mouth and left a lingering rich liver taste. It was so good! Without ...

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