Hua Chen Business Hotel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hua Chen Business Hotel Beijing
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... with their relentless heavy industry they have a dwindling water supply and countrywide environmental deterioration. Perhaps this was not such a surprise having experienced the unscrupulous mentality of the Chinese. Despite this, China has hundreds of more destructive unethical industrial developments in poorer countries around the world including the aforementioned Nicaraguan Canal. Aside from the day-to-day dealings with people constantly pushing in front of you in all ...
... practice to get this down!
For lunch we went back to the same place we had dinner last night to eat leftovers. I just had rice and some egg. We took a bus a little more to the center of Beijing and then walked a pretty far way until we reached The Forbidden City. So pretty. For the next few hours we walked around in there and looked at the amazing architecture. Summer knows all the history so she would act as a tour guide as well. In the Forbidden City is a little ...
... the train station to buy tickets is twice as long and ten times more frustrating if, after queuing up for half an hour, spending 20 minutes trying to translate your journey to finally get everything ready to book, it turns David forgot the passports.
Dave's Transport stats so far:
Planes used - 1
Buses used - 3 (+2)
Trains used - 3
Metros/subways used - 13 (+12)
Cars used - 3 (+1)
Russian Campervans used 1
Horses used - 1
Camels used - 1
This week I had the privilege of welcoming Dad and Hayley to my new home here. I had really been looking forward to them coming and showing them around, and I was so happy when I finally saw them on Tuesday. I haven't been in Beijing too long, but I have still found places where I feel comfortable and prefer over others. Dad thought my dorm room was much smaller than he imagined from the photos, and more basic. Dad and Hayley had told me ...
... Maojiawan hutongs, said to have once been home of the Ming Dynasty scholar Mao Wenjian.
Finally. There are those hutongs, which derive their names from old markets and trading centers. These include Xianyukou (Fresh Fish Market), Luomasi (Horse and Mule Market), Gangwasi (Pottery Market), Yangsi (Goat Market), Meisi (Coal Market) and Zhubaosi (Jewelry Market). Other hutongs are named for historical sites and ancient relics. Qilinbei ...