Super 8 Beijing Qianmen Hufang Bridge

Address: No.106 Yong'an Road, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100050, China | Motel
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Day 19: Beijing (Forbidden City) - Laura

A travel blog entry by lauraandemily on Sep 04, 2014

15 photos

... Harmony. Unfortunately they didn't have a Hall of Sweaty Irritation where I would have fit right in! The city then splits into an eastern and a western complex of much smaller palaces and halls that were the living quarters of the emperors, wives and concubines as opposed to the ceremonial central buildings. Everywhere was gilded, tiled, decorated and polished to absolute perfection. It was charming at first but eventually you started to feel like you were in some sort of ...

Beijing--Last Day (Market, Mall, Grocery Store)

A travel blog entry by rozbp on Dec 04, 2013

65 photos

... Pearl Market and the fun began. This place is five stories of nothing but shops, madness, and packed with very aggressive vendors. It’s primarily a tourist area; the only locals we really saw there were the vendors. The minute we walked in the door, they started hollering, grabbing, impeding your movement and shoving products in your face. I looked at most of them like I was crazy; Rosalind was a lot nicer. I didn’t get as sick of ...

Day 33 - Beijing Leaving Beers

A travel blog entry by costin on Nov 01, 2013

2 photos

A lazy morning was the order of the day after a busy week. We wandered into "town" for a spot of lunch. We went to a little cafe type place to have some steamed buns to start us off and then popped next door for some noodle soup and a glass of black beer (the first non-lager I had seen in Beijing). It was to be the first of many beers today, as Paul and Ben were getting to Beijing today and they were sure to be thirsty! Kim and I went back to the hostel ...

Their Shout

A travel blog entry by thelongroadhome on Apr 29, 2013

16 photos

... Forbidden City. We decided to do the other side of the city we missed first time around. Now we know why, it was boring and mainly museums. So went through quite quickly and over to the park across the road. Jingshan park has a pagoda which you can get a great view of the forbidden city. From here you can see just how big it really is. This is also the centre of Beijing up here. We passed the tree where, Chongzhen, the last emperor of the Ming ...

Among the Ruins of the Old Summer Palace

A travel blog entry by crusty on Oct 02, 2012

1 comment, 18 photos

... was left was eventually destroyed by subsequent civil wars and looters.

The scars of this event still remain within the Chinese psyche, especially among old Beijingers.

While some excavation has been done, it still, remains as ruins. One reason being that funds for the restoration ran out. Another theory exists that the ruins serve as a good propaganda tool for nationalistic and anti-imperialistic sentiments. Being next to Beijing Uni, ...