Shuxiang Home Hotel

Address: No.69 Fangzhuan Bridge, Fengtai District, Beijing, 100078, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

4 day tour. Beijing.

A travel blog entry by kels-and-oli on Jun 09, 2014

19 photos

... We regrouped at the bottom at the bus, climbed aboard and began the journey back to the city with a detour for lunch.. You guessed it Chinese. It may sound silly when we say Chinese as of course we are in China but we promise you that this Chinese has very little difference to a takeaway - so there is that guilt factor when you are tucking into Dew Drop (Ampthill Chinese takeaway) for lunch and dinner. I sit writing the remainder of this on the final leg of the bus ...

Days 4 + 5 - Beijing

A travel blog entry by mcc_china2014 on Mar 22, 2014

1 comment, 37 photos

... with so many new adventures, the girls would be dropped off back to the host school for the evenings. Returning with boundless electric energy and excitement, each of the girls couldn't wait to swap tales of the magic and wonder they had each experienced, and view each others photos on their phones and cameras. Sharing, and comparing their different cultural experiences. The buzz in the air was uplifting, and Zara was very happy and proud to see all the ...

The land of smog, phlegm & sharp elbows!

A travel blog entry by doglegtravels on Jul 19, 2013

54 photos

... back to the restaurants... I saw it happen. Plus Hamish is getting a taste of fame. The Chinese are treating him like an international superstar! We have started keeping score of how many times his photo is taken, they must share my opinion on how handsome he is! Lg. Geen eyes, red beard, big squint nose and white skin! Perhaps they think I'm a white dragon! My opinion of Beijing is somewhat different from LG. ok it's got far too many people in it, smog and "orderly queue" ...

Peking Duck in Beijing

A travel blog entry by juanmao on Dec 16, 2012

2 photos

... the skin and having chefs or line cooks blow air into the straws to separate the skin from the fat and meat. These days, it is done with a manual or automatic pump, very much like a bicycle pump, that pumps compressed air under the skin. After this, the duck is dipped in and out of water that has been brought to a boil and then removed from the heat. This dipping tightens the skin while keeping it separated from the fat and ...

Cross, Fit, Delete me

A travel blog entry by levinson5 on Nov 02, 2012

8 photos

... be in someone's house again, and as it turns out, we scored big time by landing a bed in the Biggs household.
Our first full day in Beijing we decided to go in to the city and visit Tienamen Square and the Forbidden City. T Square is, according to the guide books, the largest public square in the world. It IS big, but it doesn't feel that big. I don't think it feels bigger than the National Mall in Washington, DC, but then maybe that isn't a public ...