Hualijiahe Xinyuan Inn

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

Peking Duck

A travel blog entry by richmiketrav on Sep 07, 2014

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Part of the tour includes a trip to Quanjude restaurant for Peking duck. As an amazing coincidence, our friend Ahmed was in Beijing on his holiday so we decided to meet up and share the duck together. Our guide was scheduled to take us but we said we were big boys so we could go on our own and she could have the evening off with her young son. She seemed so touched and pleased by this. 'I want to give you a kiss' she said. Steady on! Wanfujing Street was crowded as ...

Too Much Chinese

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Dec 02, 2013

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... easier than I expected. There was one question, which I had no idea how my professor wanted me to answer. After I turned it in, I tried to peak to see what I got wrong. She handed it back to me for a second and I realized what an idiot I was to get that question. Oh well.

Originally, we were supposed to do a dictation after our break. Our professor completely forgot until Monica opened her big mouth. We all turned and gave her the death stare. ...

Living in Beijing

A travel blog entry by jackajaylus on Jun 06, 2013

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... and they would all bully me into drinking. In the next room he had a mightily impressive kareoke setup with speakers the size they used to have in the Two Pigs when people played gigs there. So after he got drunk he took us next door and we all had to take turns singing kareoke.

Later he decided to show me some chinese medicine, using me as the dummy. He used what looked like a comb to scrape my arms which was painful enough, ...

BEIJING RUNAROUND: BUSES & PLANES & SUBWAYS

A travel blog entry by hardiek on Aug 13, 2012

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... Communist. Of course, there’s no foreign TV, either, but that seems a lesser crime. Chinese reality TV and costume dramas are not that much different from similar fare from other countries.

Fortunately at least a little bit of old China—but not much—lives on in the back alleys of Beijing. Here you can find the best street food and the most interesting little shops. They’re rapidly becoming upscale ...

Feeling like another brick in the Great Wall

A travel blog entry by spoggle on May 20, 2012

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... br> The next day, armed with a piece of paper with some symbols on it, written down by the receptionist at the hostel, we headed to Beijing Station with the intention of buying our bullet train tickets to Shanghai. Beijing has 4 stations, with this central one being the nearest, but not the one we'd be leaving from. We arrived to find a massive crowd of people milling around outside, presumably waiting for their train or someone arriving, and there was a bewildering amount of ...