Hanting Hotel Beijing Tiantan Wenquan
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hanting Hotel Beijing Tiantan Wenquan
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... time and wanted to visit. Again it only cost 20 Yuan to enter. Soon Ling Ching had been the wife of Sun-Yet Sin who was credited with starting the revolutionary movement in China. He died in 1925 but she continued to work for the overthrow of the Emperor and the establishment of the Republic and she was a great supporter of Mao. She lived in this house for 20 years until her death in 1981. The house once belonged to one of the princes and is ...
... adventurous such as local dumplings, noodles, fresh fruit and rice. I thought we were observing only, but Robert surprised me by being open to some sampling. He bravely nibbled on, and swallowed, silk worm, snake, scorpion and spider. The spider was huge and he was instructed to avoid certain parts. He said the silk worm was fairly benign, the insects simple crunchy and deep fried and the snake rather bony. He was a wonder to many who gathered to watch him consume his ...
... what most three year olds do!
The communication with Qiang is quite difficult. At night, we can't get him to understand that Papa and Mama would really like him to lie down and go to sleep. He keeps his big sister awake most nights. We feel so helpless. He has us wrapped around his little finger..... he has learnt a new trick...he points to the toilet to indicate that he needs to go. With great difficulty he manages to squeeze out a few drops. Of course, we fall for it ...
... two days, we gave in and went to bed relatively early. The next morning gave us enough time to pack and head to the airport. We liked China, but after three days of being cold, we were ready to get into the heat of the Philippines. Seventy-two hours in Beijing was a great way to start our trip. The city wasn't as crowded as I was expecting, and it was surprisingly easy to navigate. Overall, Beijing was filled with interesting architecture, friendly people, and delicious and cheap ...
... On our campus, there is an area with several different food vendors. They look a little sketchy, but Wei told us they are safe because they are on Peking’s campus, so the government regulates them closely. I went to a stand called “Taiwan Pancake” and had basically a fried “pancake” (that’s more like a fried tortilla) with Pepper steak and black pepper sauce. I didn’t really know what I was going to get, but he ...