Xuan Wu Men Hotel

No.24 Xuanwumen East Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100051, China | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing


A travel blog entry by ashinway

Beijing by three days Visited Tiannamen Square (best bit of china) Summer Palace Forbidden City Great Wall Silk Market Xian Jade and silk factorys Hotel: Yue Xiu (Booked through internet 33yo'yo's p/night. There all geared up for the olympics. Crasy People. And they are Kamacasies behind the wheel. Hotel was centre of the city. On day three got a …

I'm baaaaaaaaaaack!

A travel blog entry by jstand


Okay, so I spent my 4th of July on planes...but today the 5th of July I'm fairly well rested, comfortably unpacked at the Yue Xiu Hotel, and I've been shopping so I'm still a little buzzed from my retail experience. That's why I thought I should go ahead and write this message even though there are several days that need to be updated. I'll get to …

Beijing - Day 3

A travel blog entry by zaidngreg

This morning was the first day of our supposed tour in China. According to the information that we recieved we were suppose to meet at the Xiu Xue Hotel sometime before the end of the day. We packed our items and GPS in hand checked out. It was relatively easy to find out second hotel which was on a pair of major cross streets. Upon entering our …

The Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by lmccall


... clear his throat, and spit. Guess who was behind him? About 40 minutes in he started using his cell phone. I was betting he was calling a friend or his Mama for directions. One hour into the ride after battling terrible traffic in front of the Workers Stadium he told us to get out of his taxi! We were simultaneously shocked and relieved! A lovely woman who was taking the taxi next gave us directions to Jing Yaa Tang. The taxi cost close to ...

A Literary Festival, and a chance encounter.

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer


... lending library, part book shop, part restaurant. Bookshop you may ask? With actual books and paper and such? Yes we are in a digital revolution, the age of the Kindle and electronic tablet, so how refreshing to see a business that caters for the reader. No kindles here my friends, no indeed, books, thousand of them from Chinese authors to across the world, classics, contemporary, fiction and non-fiction, a literary conglomeration of all that ...


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