Golden Inn (Beijing Shengdayuan)

Address: No.23D Fuxingmenwai Main Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100045, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

The Beauty and Majesty of Ancient China

A travel blog entry by alleifer on Sep 04, 2014

1 comment, 66 photos

... panda, which never had any cultural or historic significance to China before the 1970’s is now a multi-billion dollar global brand brilliantly developed and managed by China itself. With only about 1500 left in the wild anywhere in the world and never before seen alive outside of China before the 1930’s, the Giant Panda now rivals Apple, Disney, and Coke as one of the best brands in the world. We go to the Chengdu Panda Breeding Center for our ...

A Literary Festival, and a chance encounter.

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Mar 16, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... lost in this digital age. There are three branches of The Bookworm, one in Shanghai and two in Beijing, the most popular in the Western area of Sanlitun where I frequently go for brunch and DVD shopping. This old, green building is unassuming but up the stairs and through its glass doors the place is a throng of eager readers, Chinese and foreigners alike, coffees in hand, laptops at the ready and eager to share some literary escapade. Several ...

Our First Leg

A travel blog entry by sjstasiuk on Dec 05, 2013

6 comments, 2 photos

... holding a Children's Bridge sign. She took us straight to a waiting SUV. Our driver packed our suitcases in and we started the hour long journey to our hotel. It was already dark by the time we left the airport and there was a haze of yellow smog everywhere. Joan said we were leaving right in the middle of rushour on a Friday so traffic would be bad. Traffic was crazy. How many lanes were there? I ...

Train Ride to Shanghai

A travel blog entry by lozsue2013 on Jun 04, 2013

18 photos

... us to get to Shanghai.

The countryside is actually quite boring compared to our train trips in Europe although as visibility is restricted you are unable to get a full appreciation of the mountain ranges. Most nearby view is of rice fields and farming areas.

It is very noticeable the amount of high rise buildings being built that appear to have come to a halt. At many locations you can see buildings of approx. 40 stories high all with no ...


A travel blog entry by hardiek on Aug 13, 2012

6 photos

... too, since the faster they disappear the more valuable the few remaining ones become. It reminds me most of maybe the old quarter in Hanoi, with which it must share a common ancestor, if Hanoi is not a direct copy itself. Fortunately that district is not far from where I’m staying, so it’s the best of both worlds for me. I like it. I’ll be back. But first I’ve got a date with Chinggis Khan. C U there.