Longxi Hotspring Resort

Address: No.8 Shunjing Avenue, Panggezhuang Area, Daxing District, Beijing, 102601, China | Resort
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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    Beijing Bound

    A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Oct 29, 2015

    1 comment

    ... five taxis to take us there, but they all said no. In the end, we asked a tuk tuk driver to take us there, and he was the only one willing to help us find it. It was in a bit of an obscure location; in the middle of a hutong. It was well worth hopping in the tuk tuk to get there, and it was a bit of fun anyways.
    Dinner was in a Yunnanese restaurant, and it was a really cool restaurant. Natalie and I were the first to arrive (thanks, tuk ...

    It's a long ways from Boston to Beijing!

    A travel blog entry by jojo-travels on May 23, 2015

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... all kinds of dumplings, all made with very fresh ingredients, pork pieces, yummy broccoli, pumpkin fries that were to die for . . All accompanied by tea and beer .. For $7.00 per person! No tipping allowed here! Pretty amazing . .

    And then, we had yet another important temple to see . . The Lama temple. . Which was actually several temples, one after another - all honoring Buddha. I could not ...

    Bowled over by Beijing

    A travel blog entry by littlebush on Sep 11, 2014

    16 photos

    ... hard sleeper' (kind of a lower 2nd class) is pleasant enough even though we were both on the top bunk of 3 with just about enough space between your face and the ceiling to turn around. The problem is if one of the 6 people in your section ***** then it drifts up to the top bunk and gets stuck and lingers for hours. And I'm certainly not the tallest person in the world but Chinese sleepers are made for Chinese people, who on average are much smaller than us westerners. Therefore ...

    I Just Felt Like It

    A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Feb 17, 2014

    2 photos

    ... ill lately.

    For our lesson, we started a new chapter. We listened as our professor read the a paragraph. I responded to some of her questions. So far, Natasha is the best speaker in my class. She naturally speaks without any problems. My professor kept telling me that my pronunciation needed work.

    When it was toward the end of class, I quickly wrote down the homework assignment. Then I closed my textbook. My professor laughed and starred at me, ...

    Our Last Sunday....

    A travel blog entry by bcpschina on Jul 08, 2013


    ... have loved every minute you've been in China. I love the fierce love and protective instinct that you have for others. Your friends are lucky to have you. I hope that there are many trips back to China for you!

    Kalie--how you get such a huge heart in such a tiny body is beyond me. I can still see all the smiles as you make friends with every person on every bus, and in every class, and in every shop....well, you get the idea. Never lose the joy ...