Longmai Hotspring Village

Xiaotangshan, Changping District, Beijing, 102211, China | Resort
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This resort, located in the Changping District area of Beijing, is near Dingling Underground Palace, Chinese People's Anti-Japanese War Museum, Echo Wall, and Chinese Minorities Park.
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Great Wall - shame about the Toboggan ride though!

A travel blog entry by fonfe on Sep 07, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... first part....thank you, Mr. Tour Guide! What was also explained to us was that due to the bad weather - it had bucketed down with rain all night - the toboggan ride would be out of action....a big shame but it felt a bit strange that the Great Wall of China, one of the modern wonders of the world would have a toboggan ride that took over 5mins to get from the top to the bottom. Helen's toboggan disappointment notwithstanding, we boarded the cable car as I smugly ...

Meetings and Meals

A travel blog entry by lindsaypund on Jun 19, 2014

9 photos

Each day in Beijing thus far has been significantly different from the day before. It feels like we’re receiving a healthy spread of cultural and traditional education as well as industry knowledge. It is all at once exciting and daunting at how much there is to learn and understand! Today's morning visit was with a local car rental company called eHi. Over the past years, eHi had been able to expand its service by entering into a partnership with Enterprise. Because eHi is ...


A travel blog entry by wenzels on Sep 23, 2013

4 photos

... proven detail. And that his tales sparked a resurgence of the east-west trade along routes that had already been established in antiquity. The trade waxed and waned several times through the ages, dwindling significantly with the establishment of sea routes and the discovery and application in the west of the secret of silk production. It’s worth mentioning that there is no specific "Silk Road" per se, rather a vast network of intertwining ...

Hi – It’s Leah & Jessica here!

A travel blog entry by boness-academy on Jun 08, 2013

3 comments, 1 photo

... Ming Tombs, where the emperor was buried. It was nine stories
underground and it was really cold compared to the heat outside. The food has
been okay, but today’s wasn’t very good. Last night we arrived in Tianjin and
the hotel was a bit disappointing but we are only staying for 2 nights.

Today we went to an interactive science museum and then to a
Chinese culture street. It was full of traditional Chinese architecture and we
ended up buying ...


A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Oct 20, 2012

1 comment, 6 photos

... opera singer when she was younger. I said goodbye to Judy and took the bus back to Wudaokou, stopping for lunch before going back and taking an afternoon nap.

What Else?

Let's see.... My bike tire popped, so I took it to the bike shop on Beida's campus and replaced the back wheel. Some friends and I planned a trip to Inner Mongolia this weekend and bought our train tickets yesterday. There has been much Chinese, and more Chinese, and more Chinese. ...