Hualijiahe Xinyuan Inn

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

Beautiful Beijing!

A travel blog entry by dbpernod on Jun 15, 2014

3 photos

... that we were looking at replicas of everything that we felt a little cheated. The tombs themselves were neat though, and it was cool to be walking around in something so old. After lunch with the group, who quickly became friends, we arrived at the Great Wall. For the sake of time, we opted for the ski lift to take us directly to the top of Mutan Yiu's 6th tower. We were able to hike down and up, then down, then back up, etc. to tower 1 and ...

China Guides

A travel blog entry by shockergram on Nov 01, 2013

11 photos

... t happy with his brother who laid around his parent's home and didn't work!  I guess some problems don't have borders.  Henry was married with one child. Libby was a delight, excellent English.  She lived an hour away from Guilin.  She would pick us up at 9:30, tour all day until about 9 or 9:30 and still have an hour trip home.  Her husband was a guide in Shanghai and she saw him once a month.  She stayed in the ...

Purple Bamboo Park and Food

A travel blog entry by pandabearm on Oct 03, 2013

1 comment, 44 photos

... this sounds odd, maybe even impossible, but all of the things that I don't like in Beijing, friend milk makes up for a few of them. Imagine a dessert similar to fried mozzarella sticks, but instead of cheese, it's deep-fried sweetened condensed milk. It was very gooey and sweet. I can't imagine how bad it must be for my body, but it was good for soul, which is what really matters.

This dinner was the most expensive I had eaten so far, coming to a total of 78 kuai, so 39 ...

Exploring the hutong

A travel blog entry by ageinghippie on Apr 08, 2013

1 comment, 10 photos

... in Beijing? Old local residents have a saying: "There are 360 large hutongs and as many small hutongs as there are hairs on an ox." Laid out in a chessboard pattern which was established as early as the Ming Dynasty, these hutongs crosscut the city into tiny squares. In those days the capital was divided into the eastern, western, northern, southern and central districts, with a total of 33 neighborhoods, divided again into hutongs.

In the ...

Beijingle bells, beijingle all the way!

A travel blog entry by puddlejumpers on Sep 01, 2012

5 comments, 11 photos

... Beijing was on time, and put us on terra firma again at 2:45pm, local time. Drizzly and humid, but entirely tolerable. :)

We caught our shuttlebus, and drove into the centre of the city. It dropped us off beside a fairly major subway interchange, and we took it the three stops to our hostel.

Which is *awesomely* located, by the way. We're a 5min walk from Tian'anmen Square, and from ...