Hualijiahe Xinyuan Inn

Address: No.21 Yandaixie Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100009, China | Motel
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

The Great Wall Of China

A travel blog entry by ryan.kaiser on Oct 17, 2014

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... to the top of the chairlift to get the toboggan back down the mountain. The toboggan was really fun and so was the Great Wall. The Great Wall is 21,200km long, but not all of it is restored. There are bits we saw crumbling with trees growing out of them. We had lunch afterwards, then got the taxi back to our hotel.
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The Year of the Horse- around Beijing

A travel blog entry by senorita-tes on Feb 03, 2014

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... br> Once we had had enough of the crowds, we left and walked to the Lama Temple. That area of the city is very quaint and filled with hutongs (or tiny alleyways that lead to traditional courtyard houses). I love the hutongs! In that area you will see the Beijing of older times. A strange juxtaposition from the bustling and modern Beijing of the present.

We found a small hutong bar called "Brain Bar" ...

Christmas in Beijing

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Dec 25, 2013

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... some respects, westernized, but with a distinct Chinese slant. While it can be argued that Christmas generally has lost its Christian focus, only 1% of the Chinese population is in fact Christian to begin with. It's a curious anomaly. Yet the big shopping malls, such as Joy City which is my local mall, rings with the sounds of English carols and Xmas pop tunes permeating at full blast, with a varying number of garish trees, decorations and ...

Shopping For Steve

A travel blog entry by meanderingmand on Jul 01, 2013

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... for mum and an old coin for my necklace from an old chatty couple. They were asking about where I’m from and how long I’ve been in China; I explained that I teach English in Shanghai (I could have said that I used to teach in Shanghai, but I’m not sure my Chinese could stretch to what I’m doing now, especially as I couldn’t remember how to say ‘Russia’ in Chinese!) They asked whether I like China, ...

Tiananmen Sq and the Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by mrandmrstopp on Aug 31, 2012

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... Once we arrived there, any english signage wasn't to be found. Eventually, we found an entrance of sorts and made our way in for free after showing our NZ passports. They accept this instead of payment if you have valid ID on you. The museum seemed to be based outside, but there are some amazing war machines on display. Tanks held the main stage. A circular armada of metalic beasts that have probably all seen their share of fighting. Oddly enough, there were a lot of American ...