How has this motel rated in the past?
- Business Services
Photos of Citytel Inn
Travelers also recommend:
TravelPod Member ReviewsCitytel Inn Beijing
TripAdvisor Reviews Citytel Inn Beijing
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... to display him as such? Is it the case that a villain is only a villain if he either loses power or a war?! Even in Russia they now have seemed to acknowledge that Stalin wasn't perhaps such a great bloke after all by discreetly removing the majority of his statues from public view. These were answers I was keen to know but not too keen to ask for fear of causing offence/being incarcerated. In fact, I think I may just play it safe and post this entry once we have left China ...
... Inside the tower was an enormous golden sculpture of Buddha. In here people would purchase incense and then had their prayers for protection. Howard explained how the prayers were carried out properly and the purpose of the incense. Apparently the 4 meter tall statue was not even close to being as tall as normal. Howard said that there is one on a mountain that is 86 meters tall! It just seems unreal. Anyways, once we left ...
... who became the emperor and who became the empress. Until 1911 when the last feudal kingdom was over, no one could enter the Tower except for the royal family and aristocrats. The tower sits on the platform with five arch gateways. As the largest of the five, the center archway is used as the specific passage for Ming and Qing emperors while the side ones are smaller and employed as the passages for ministers and officials.
... to watch three movies of three different actors from China. It was Bruce Lee, Jet Li and Jackie Chan. Because they know the three actors, they were trying to explain to me how they would fight with their enemies when they attack them. It was so interesting and I decided to join them to watch the ...
... around 3:30, we arrived back at the bottom with my legs in a near-gelatinous state. Our taxi driver was waiting, and he brought us back through the windy roads and lush, green mountains to the bus stop. Before heading back to Beijing, we decided to grab some food. We walked down a busy, dirty street that was lined with produce stalls. It was surprisingly difficult to find a restaurant, but we eventually found one and stepped ...