Lvying Resort

Address: Gaolianghe Road, Miaocheng Town, Huairou District, Beijing, 101400, China | Resort
 
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Location

This resort is located in the 怀柔 area of Beijing.
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    The wall...it was great

    A travel blog entry by melandlindsay on Jun 12, 2015

    6 comments, 10 photos

    Note: G'ma we are having serious internet issues so information may be very slow to get out. We slept from 10 pm to 430 am. Not too bad for night #1. At 5 am we ventured onto the streets of Changping to check it out. So busy for 5 am!! We were shocked. We later learned the kids start school at 6:30, so even at 5 things are starting to happen. The first ones out seemed to be the street vendors with carts of fruit - looked delicious, but we are ...

    Summer Palace

    A travel blog entry by humberwright on Oct 04, 2014

    23 photos

    ... help us. Their English wasn't great but two young girl got us to the right station and we walked the rest of the way (a very long way). We didn't get there till 4:30!! Summer palace closed at 5! Again it says in the book 7pm! Oh well. We got to see the palace for about an hour. It's so so big and so beautiful. It's about 2/3 lake and the rest is forest with temples and walkways all ...

    Beijing Day #2 -- Park, Square, Towers, Temple

    A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on May 26, 2014

    120 photos

    ... north gate and walked in a mostly clockwise direction through the park, which includes many acres of greenspace (there’s about 4,000 knotted cypress trees in the park) as well as a collection of halls and altars. Temple of Heaven Park dates to 1420 and takes up 675 acres in southcentral Beijing. (For comparison, New York’s Central Park takes up 843 acres.)

    “Each year, the Chinese emperors – the sons of heaven – came here to ...

    Beijing Redux

    A travel blog entry by ian_witchlow on Apr 14, 2013

    75 photos

    ... up it during the midday. It was a bit chilly, mainly due to the wind chill, and it had a great restored part and a not so restored part. Best thing was that there were practically no other people there, which meant we had the wall to ourselves. The signs were interesting, although I would have hoped you wouldn't need a sign to remind people not to relieve themselves on the wall but maybe it was a problem?

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    Xin nian kuai le!

    A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez on Feb 09, 2013

    5 comments, 8 photos

    ... has emptied out & is eerily quiet, shops and restaurants are actually closed, not all, but this is something we’ve never seen since being here. There is an air of excitement even though it’s quiet, with people buying fireworks from the pop up shops here, a few fireworks & firecrackers already being let of, big queues in the shops that are open, as they will shut earlier than normal.

    It’s the Spring Festival, the biggest & ...