Baihua Hotel

Address: No.35 Xinqiao Street, Mentougou District, Beijing, 102308, China | Motel
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This motel is located in the Outskirt area of Beijing.
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

BEIJING, CHINA 4/16 & 4/17/2015

A travel blog entry by jjndotr on Apr 17, 2015

1 comment, 114 photos

... wall, where I found in the back, dusty corner my personal souvenier. It is a one cup antique little teapot. It has some intricate design, dragons, etc., in silver alternating with Jade. On the handle and spout, it has little bitty frogs resting, which are said to bring good luck. Believe it or not, it made it through immigration and finally home.
In the late afternoon we arrived at the Summer Palace ...

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A travel blog entry by gitana13 on Oct 20, 2014

... excited to throw the ball that he wound up and ended up throwing the ball out the window as it was really hot in my classroom and I had the window open so it wouldn't be as hot. The funny thing though was that I didn't even realize that the ball was gone until I had the students switch and couldn't find the ball and realized that it was not in the classroom anymore. I just started laughing and continued on with a different activity in my class. As I was catching ...

Finally Arrived!

A travel blog entry by garymonteith on Jun 23, 2014

3 comments, 22 photos

Hong Kong airport was very quiet. Nothing was open with the exception of a couple of restaurants. Which one do you think had the only people in a line....McD's of course! You can't get away from McD's. The WIFI was good and free. When you are on the road it is very rare that you get good AND free! Nice to video chat with Nicole and the kids and say goodnight. The Dragonair flight started boarding. The two lines were 150 people deep, so instead of lining up right away I decided to ...

Tiananmen Square & the Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by samhanson on Mar 28, 2013

1 photo

... by crossing a six lane dual carriageway that runs for 50km from east to west of the city. A subway was at hand. I didn't fancy shepherding our brood over 12 lanes of cars, buses, bikes, trikes, scooters, pedestrians and overloaded vehicles - see pic! This city truly is gigantic. 25m people reside here and remarkably it is China's 3rd largest city after chongduan, 30m and shanghai, 27m. The Forbidden City was an experience all on its ...

Yonghegong, roast duck and jetlag.

A travel blog entry by ema1503 on Jul 30, 2011

4 photos

... was also an easy 10 minute walk to a subway station, and 15 minutes or so to ghost street and loads of restaurants, so that side of things was fab.

The downside is that the accommodation itself was fairly basic. The bed was very hard (although not uncommon in China!), and had a mouldy smelling bathroom. The room was cleaned when we asked for it, although it wouldn’t have been if we hadn’t asked.

The yard and rooms are ...