Shuxiang Home Hotel

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

Miyun Snow Trip

A travel blog entry by amyfisher

This is a top pick!

... so I didn't need the extra warmth, and I luckily didn't fall over, so I didn't need the protection. One definite good thing about the snow being entirely man-made, is that it is perfect coverage everywhere. There are no icy bits, no grassy patches and no sections of waist-high powder snow.
I also loved seeing the sunset over the snowy mountains. I don't know what it is about snow, but it makes everything look infinitely more beautiful. It covers all ...


A travel blog entry by loisandgreta


Hello everyone! A quick update on the life of lo & gee! We had a rather bumpy ride into Beijing on Wednesday with a quick stop in Shanghai! Whilst desperately trying to figure out the bus timetable from Beijing airport to our hostel we were lucky enough to bump into a Chinese literature teacher at Harrow International School! Who spoke perfect English and led us RIGHT to our hostel! SCORE! ...

Traveling China Air from Hong Kong to Japan

A travel blog entry by hansell


... flight attendant with a sign reading "Nagoya" was waiting right outside the gate! We said "yes! going to Nagoya!" and she responded with a "Follow me! Quickly!" and began to run through Beijing airport. Let us just say that the airport is not small. With my bag of camera equipment (the good photos will have to wait until I'm back in Hong Kong -- I can only load my cell phone photos to this blog right now), books, and other items it was tough keeping up ...

Serving the community and dealing with taxis

A travel blog entry by ricao


... more math, you will realize that one person is going to be stuck hailing a taxi by themselves. Guess who had to ride the taxi alone? I'll save you the trouble of guessing, it was me.

Now, here comes the most interesting part of the story. This was my first time ever hailing a taxi. I don't just mean in Beijing...first time hailing a taxi ever. I live in Los Angeles, where there are no taxis at all. I've been ...


A travel blog entry by dzasta


... I couldnt get into the Chamber of the People and couldnt find Chairman Mao. Across the road is the Forbidden City. I was gonna tell you a lot about the place but I bought a book so you ALL can read about it when I get home. I found the place a little same same. After every pavilion you went through there was another one till you get right down the back and they get a bit different. You will see what I mean when I post ALL the pics.
The last couple of days in Shanghai ...


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