Xi Hua Yue Tan Hotel

No.69 South Yuetan Street, Xicheng District , Beijing, 100045, China | Motel
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Sight-seeing in Beijing

A travel blog entry by morgangoche


... the crazy traffic with hardly any stoplights, all the bikes and mopeds, chopsticks, different food, and being the odd one out! Also the bathrooms are a little different as you can probably imagine and there is English translations under a lot of the signs but the translations seems a little off haha not how we would say it but that's ok. Goodbye for now!! ( it is 5:00 pm Thursday)


It is Never Easy to Say Goodbye

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... friend Will who was visiting. we chilled until we decided to eat dinner.

We ate at Orange Circle. The dinner was so good. I was happy to have my soy milk.

We returned tot he dorm. I kept on cleaning the room. Amelia invited me to go out that night with her. I ran into Karena and Mohini since they were screaming my name. We hugged.

Sadly, Amelia left withotu me. So, I chilled with Mohini and Karena. Then I returned to my room to sleep.


Found My People in numbers

A travel blog entry by dphilips

... had to head home. Usually even when I really like a place, there comes a time when your body and mind says enough is enough but here I was totally subdued. I was like a little child who was told it was bedtime but didn't want to go. Hanging around there, I also felt like an artist again. I was immersed in my own crowd and I loved it. Here in Beijing a while, so I think I'll head back ...

Blown away (nearly) in Beijing

A travel blog entry by jmfaulkenberry


... visit in 1972. Tomorrow, we are going to the northwest section of the wall. Peter must be a Republican at heart. After Tiananmen Square, we walked across Chang'an Street (odd note: Chang'an is the name of our partner school) through the Tiananmen Square towards the Forbidden City. The Chinese like their fences. According to Peter, this is bred in their DNA as planned housing, etc. still incorporate walls and fences. The forbidden city, finished in 1420, was designed ...


A travel blog entry by mnm2012


... were delicious and different to the ones I was accustomed to eating before as the meat and fat was juicier and less crispy.

Day 1 in Beijing and first on our itinerary was the Forbidden City with a stop at Tiananmen Square on the way. The Tiananmen gate used to be the entrance to the Imperial City within which the Forbidden City lay and now bears a portrait of Mao Zedong. The square is grandiose with many imposing buildings including Mao's mausoleum and ...


This motel, located in the Xidan/Financial Street area of Beijing, is near Museum of the Chinese Revolution, Beijing Capital Museum, Hall of Great Harmony (Taihe Dian), and Zhongshan Park.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good