Shuxiang Home Hotel

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

Just another brick in the wall

A travel blog entry by chilliginger on May 12, 2015

37 photos

... revolutionary songs, they were all a little older and the crowd around them were also all a little older and they were all singing, they were all singing very well and it made the hairs on the back of your arms stand up when they went for the high notes. What a lovely way to spend an afternoon, singing in the park with so many people. After wandering through the park some more we heard music coming from somewhere, and of course we went to investigate this as well, the music ...

More Beijing

A travel blog entry by oldorchard on Sep 21, 2014

2 comments, 18 photos

... specific medicinal purpose. Next stop, the Pearl Market. I'm not convinced of the quality of the pearls here even though we were told it was 'the place' to purchase pearls. The clothing, shoe & bag vendors were quite aggressive. The kids have really got into the haggling and have made a killing with their Puma & Nike footwear. Off to the Hutong village after lunch - these are the old Mongolian villages that have slowly been lost due to the need for mass housing. ...

Backstreet Shenanigans and a Big Bloody Wall

A travel blog entry by claireanddave on Jun 08, 2014

16 photos

... started speaking to someone, 2 minutes later a man walked out of the restaurant also on his phone, but the woman remained hidden obviously talking to this man. After a while she emerged from the bricks and confronted him and they had a huge argument in the street! The things you see in a hutong!


A travel blog entry by alihamilton on Apr 12, 2013

81 photos

... US. We met Fisher, our guide, and Sabrina, her trainee, they're both really nice! Fisher showed us around a little, then we went for Peking duck! We tried lots of other dishes too, my favourites were real sweet and sour pork (made with vinegar, not tomato sauce), and mushrooms cooked in a sweet sauce.

Day 2

The next morning we had a bus to take us to the Great Wall at Mutianyu! We left at 7:30 because it was an hour and a half away, but ...

Qing Ming Jie

A travel blog entry by mysky on Apr 04, 2013

4 photos

Qing Ming Jie is an official Chinese holiday in which family members travel great distances to pay respect to those who have passed. Everyone takes for work for 2 days. Prior to coming to China, I had not heard of such holiday; but upon coming, I cannot fathom how I did not now of such a widely celebrated holiday. I feel humbled by a holiday that carries so much meaning.

We left the house yesterday at 7:30 to travel less than 3 km. ...