Shuxiang Home Hotel

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

China Day 3

A travel blog entry by laurenann31 on Jul 15, 2014

... avoid eye contact. If you say even, "No thank you," they think you're interested anyway and will follow you. I watched it happen to a man. That chick would not give up! Basically, we're figuring out that in order to get through crowds at these places, we can be the typical "Rude American." Awesome! Our next adventure was riding in a rickshaw to a local family's house to have lunch. This was no fancy house in the middle of the city. This house was in the middle of a tiny ...

Forbidden city Duck Peking style

A travel blog entry by crazyadventure on Apr 10, 2014

... hands. There is alot of barging and fighting to get that picture then leave, they even took pictures of the information boards as if to read later no one seemed to be taking there time it seemed to be get in get out as quick as possible which is a shame and for us was a bit of a dissapointment.
In short we are glad to have seen but wouldnt go back unless we had the place to ourselves.

We left near closing time and you have to go out the other side and we got a ...


A travel blog entry by clagolzo on Mar 23, 2014

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... descending for a very long time, and I still couldn't see any buildings. I thought the cloud that day must just be quite thick, and low. Eventually I was able to make out some shapes below and realised we were indeed already very close to the ground. Also, everything I could see was VERY hazy, as if completely covered in dust. I actually don't think I'm exaggerating too much when I ...

Disney Movie Reinactment Take One

A travel blog entry by sctravels on Aug 18, 2013


With our own tourist agenda we were set for a day of exploration and must see destinations; Forbidden City, Beihai Park, Hou Hai neighborhood and the Drum and Bell Tower.

Under estimating the sheer number of people we decided to get an extra 30 minutes of shut eye battling the jet lag. First stop, Forbidden City and from the sea of umbrellas we could barely see Mao's portrait towering over the entrance. We knew we were in for a ...

We are Beij'ing!

A travel blog entry by usupandaway on Jan 30, 2013

1 comment, 20 photos

... western tradition of blowing our noses and sticking the tissue in our pockets. With all due respect, that is exactly what we did the first days - and intend to keep as a habit.

Peking Duck for Dinner and we found the restaurant in the lovely and vivid street just [ Dongzhimennei Street, Dongcheng District For all it's surprising name, the 'Ghost Street' refers to round-the-clock service. It gathers all main Chinese cuisine and is best known for the ...