Qinglian Furun Hotel (Beijing Hedong)

No.35 Tiemen Alley, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100052, China | Motel
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Monday 6th January 2014

A travel blog entry by nashira2116

... to the website tripadvisor. We turned right outside the hotel then left just as it had said ....... and kept walking and walking and walking....... It wasn't that far really. We crossed two main roads then the plaza was on our left and the road became a mall with no traffic. We wandered around the 8 levels and two towers, then went to several more shops across the mall. I didn't find out when the official shopping hours are but many shops had ...

Track suits, bags, books and Peking Duck

A travel blog entry by jarcher106

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Jen was feeling a little dizzy as we started the day, however the prospect of shopping at the Silk Market mall helped a speedy recovery! We headed straight into the metro which then emerged at the mall where Tom's first order of business was to pick up a very retro fake Adidas green and gold track suit for Mal's stag. Once this was purchased we headed down to B1 to start working on Jen's bag. After some considerable time ...

Wayne arrives to the snow in Beijing

A travel blog entry by emmahodgin

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... some sights. We ended up on a tour which was designed for Chinese native speakers and so we spent alot of the day sat on a coach not really knowing what was going on. First stop was The Great Wall of China, it was amazing seeing it twist and turn over the hills of China and it really did look magical covered in snow. After a steep climb we were at a position on the wall to take some nice photos and enjoy the view before going back down to get a well ...

Inner City Contrasts

A travel blog entry by dwmjmm

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... but not inside (there were long queues of Chinese waiting to go in to pay homage.)

On the way into the Forbidden City we passed the army barracks where the soldiers who are responsible for the raising and lowering of the Chinese flag in Tiananmen Square each day are based. There was one soldier practising how to lower the flag (and from the look of it and the number of times he kept repeating it- he wasn’t doing too well). There was ...

Interview with Jeremiah

A travel blog entry by amyw304

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... here.
A: What do you think you'll remember most?
J: The food! It's very, very good. The dumpling place we are going back to tonight has soup dumplings. They're awesome. Delicious. First you put the dumpling in your spoon, then poke a hole in the dumpling so that soup pours into the spoon. Slurp the soup up ~ yum! Then pluck your dumpling up with your chopsticks and pop in your mouth. We also had hot pot. ...

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TripAdvisor Reviews Qinglian Furun Hotel (Beijing Hedong)

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good