Wangchaoyuan Folk Resort

Address: East of Henan Village, Shuiyi District, Beijing, 101300, China | Resort
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This resort is located in the Shunyi District area of Beijing.
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    A Dutch Girl in China - Part II

    A travel blog entry by elisapasch on Oct 07, 2014

    215 photos

    ... been on a night train before and was quite curious how it would be. My friend Oliver and I were in the same compartment and it was really hard to find at first! The ticket was in Chinese and we had no clue where to go. We kept asking passengers, who pointed us in opposing directions… Not very helpful… Fortunately, in the end, we found our beds and the people we’d be sharing the compartment with. No strange Chinese creeps, but two really nice ...

    Lama Temple & Tianamen Square

    A travel blog entry by deswirral on Jan 12, 2014

    Maria had been somewhat distracted on our visit to the Forbidden City and had been on her mobile phone a number of times. When we asked if everything was OK she told us that she had lost her purse on the way to our hotel and she had been cancelling her bank cards and organising a new identity card. So when we told her that we were visiting the Lama Buddhist temple she said she would meet us there and she would offerings to the ...

    Beijing duck. -1c down -8c at night

    A travel blog entry by danielhofer on Dec 19, 2013

    ... city, and tian'anmen square. And the taking down of the flag... A group of soldiers walk across 12 lanes of traffic ( like 401 in Toronto) at sunset five pm to take it down walk back across, not to mention how many people line up to watch.. Getting ready to see the Great Wall of china on ...

    Day 6- Beijing

    A travel blog entry by cassileekahn on Jun 24, 2013

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... to be improved rather than having 2 useless stadiums now.

    Back at the hotel we went to happy hour and again indulged in all the food like it was dinner, because we knew we had to be up before 4am, and we didn't feel like going out again.

    And that was the end of to Tokyo on a 6.55am flight.

    I have to say, although I know we're going to a Japanese speaking country which won't be any easier than Chinese, I'm not devastated to be ...


    A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Oct 24, 2012

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... but the inevitabilities of daily life sometimes wears one's patience, so after week of journalistic optimism here is the flip side of My Life in Beijing in both Work and Play..

    One of the biggest changes from working in Los Angeles in terms of the school environment is that teachers work together in an office (or staff room as we call them in Australia). Foreign teachers tend to be clustered together in what is known as the ...