Hui Xiang Yuan Resort

Address: Gu Village, Liangxiang Town, Fangshan District, Beijing, 102488, China | Resort
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This resort is located in the Outskirt area of Beijing.
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    Exit with a Crow Bar

    A travel blog entry by scroggins on Oct 10, 2014

    ... Jeff's Chinese visa either ran out the following day or a day too late, we could not wait for the bi-weekly train from Beijing.

    Jeff and I decided to go back to that nice hutong near the Lama Temple after dropping our bags off at Muxiyuan Long Distance Bus Station. Nearly forgetting the strength of Costa Coffee after being away from the UK for so long, I nearly had a disaster on the way back to the metro. Thankfully, KFC knew an emergency when ...

    Tobogganing Off the Wall

    A travel blog entry by johnlucas on Mar 16, 2014

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    ... straight back to the hotel but the driver had other ideas, we drove through some lovely countryside to the site of Dingling, a Ming Dynasty tomb which is buried deep inside a hill and quite extraordinary. As this was not mentioned previously we had to do a bit of quick reading of all the information on display to see what we had been brought to, but it was very impressive and a good way to finish the day. What was even better the driver did not at any point suggest going to ...

    Regaining My Curiosity

    A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Mar 02, 2014

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    ... br> Chris's dad asked, "So you go to Loyola too?"

    "No." I said. "Everyone thinks I go there. I don't think that I scream Loyola Chicago material."

    Chris and his dad was telling me about their day at the Great Wall.

    Following dinner, we walked back to the dorm. I saw Andra's door opened and knocked. She said to come in. We talked and I had not seen her since forever. I told her about my day in the hutong and I can not stand ...


    A travel blog entry by ellebee88 on Jun 24, 2013

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    ... beer and playing drinking games (f*** you, maybe one of the best ones I've ever played- super easy). We also left our mark on the hostel wall with a depiction of robot noodles. I headed to bed before the rest of the crew which was a good thing based on their description of the turns of the rest of the night combined with the fact that Michael and Phil didn't even wake up by the time we left the next day. The following morning we had to head to shanghai by bullet train. We ...

    "There are 9 million bicycles...."

    A travel blog entry by samandrich on Jun 30, 2012

    We arrived in Beijing! CRAZY city, full of crazy people! And contrary to the song, we haven't seen millions of bicycles! It is a HUGE city, so big that the map isn't in detail, so it's easy to get lost haha! We visited Tiananmen square and the forbidden city yesterday, which was amazing, a huge square in the middle of the city, with guards and thousands of Chinese people! And the forbidden city was beautiful. Notes in Chinese ...