Jiuhua Resort & Convention Center

Address: Jiuhua Heights, 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

Day 11 Yahtzee river cruise

A travel blog entry by warrendichina on Sep 25, 2014

... Warren thought it was fabulous and it was very impressive. They are building this huge elevator to lift smaller boats over the dam. The pollution is so bad that you could hardly see more than 100 metres. Have not seen the sun for 7 days. One of the girls on the tour is really suffering from the smog with bad allergies. I find it grey, smelly and depressing. ...

China II

A travel blog entry by henryghevans on May 03, 2014

... in the lift, pressed one and waited. "No jumping and playing!" sign in lift; I decided to break the rules so I jumped hard and the lights flicked off and on. Nothing happened; lift stayed still. We opened the doors, went down the corridor and realised we hadn't moved. Remembered we weren't in the UK and that first floor means ground floor. Great meal for less money even than Beijing. Xian next morning. We walked and played a game of Count the Westerners; got to ...

Exploring Ritan Park

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Aug 29, 2013

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... in Qing Dynasty (1742) in the northwest corner of the altar and served as a place where the emperors used to change clothes and rest. On the right and left of the main hall are side halls. The Animal-Killing Pavilion is where ancient emperors made offerings and where animal sacrifices were slaughtered. There used to be a livestock floating pool in the Pavilion and has been filled and leveled up by now.During ...

Day 26 - Light up the night

A travel blog entry by reece83 on Feb 09, 2013

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... s when I saw one of the most incredible things I will ever see in my life. Words cannot describe the amount of fireworks I witnessed over the next 45 mins. There were big ones, small ones, colorful ones and sparkly ones but the one thing they all had in common is they were LOUD. The reason the Chineese let fireworks off at New Years is because in ancient times the noise and light was believed to scare away evil spirits and bad luck for the year ahead. The amazing thing is, that ...

Chocolate beer, Dragons & Superbowl & a quiz night

A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez on Feb 05, 2013

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... and around -5 during the day, the last few weeks have been much milder. People say that after the Chinese NY holidays, the temperatures do improve bit by bit. Having had a cold winter, I’m sure it will make us appreciate the spring, and the trees turning green again. I've put 2 photo's on, taken from town towards to Capital Club that we go to, 50 floors high - and the difference in the view from a bright sunny day, to a smoggy day! Basically it's ...