Shuxiang Home Hotel

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

Day 23-26: Beijing

A travel blog entry by nathanasi on Jul 07, 2014

4 comments, 13 photos

The flight went ahead on time despite the onset of Typhoon Neoguri and after negotiating two trains to get to our hotel the contrast between the courteous and polite Japanese people became all too obvious! Our hotel (Han's Royal Garden) is a converted mansion house in a Hutong (collection of alleys) called Nanluoguxiang just a few minutes north of the Forbidden City in the centre of Beijing. The Hutongs are very narrow streets full of restaurants ...

A Literary Festival, and a chance encounter.

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Mar 16, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... itself has a rich artistic history, as we all know, but what I found, as a foreigner working and living in this odften chaotic metropolis, is that there is a world beyond one's preconceptions, and eventsa that cater for both the local and expat communities flourish on s regular basis. It was a friend of mine and co-worker, Ruth, who mentioned that she volunteered last year at a literary festival, and I was introduced to a place called The ...

Tiananmen Sq, Forbidden City and Birds Nest

A travel blog entry by almightyg73 on Nov 05, 2013

8 photos

After finally dragging myself into the land of the living and finding my coat I headed out and about to see the usual spots that you do in Beijing.

A quick Subway ride took me to Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. The Subway and all the transport here is so quick and very cheap as well. 20p gets you anywhere on the Subway no matter how many stops or line changes you make and the longest I've had to wait is about 3 minutes before ...

Hit the deck Asia! Here I come!

A travel blog entry by ragazzo1977 on Nov 13, 2012

5 photos

... looked like ****. Not me. Slept like a baby. Felt great and was coming to terms that I was no longer in Flushing, Queens or Chinatown. This is the real thing folks.
So, here we are. Beijing China eight o'clock at night. I have to say that Beijing airport is really cool. Probably the nicest, cleanest airport I ever went to. Okay, so the airport is clean, that's a good sign (I hope). We met our tour guide, Lin. A bubbly, highly ...

Why's everyone starin' at my boots?

A travel blog entry by graysoncobb on Sep 15, 2012

4 photos

... a spattering of white people, fat people, hispanics, african americans, midgets, tall people, clowns, hippies, sports teams and idgits, this flight was all asians. ALL asian. We were the only whites on the whole plane. I wish we could say that we also stuck out because we were a head taller than everyone, since everyone was 5'7" or less and asians are notoriously short, but since my whole family is also under 5'7' (and I am trying to remove all preconceived negative ...