Xiaotangshan Hot Spring Resort

Xiaotangshan, Changping District, Beijing, 102206, China | Resort
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Preface - Independent explorations in Beijing

A travel blog entry by wenzels


... in droves equipped with colourful matching caps. That takes the vendors’ attention away from the westerners, perhaps also aided by the language barrier; so that’s a good thing. Our tour guide Helen later told us that guides generally prefer the orderly Chinese groups whom they call "sticky rice" as they stick close together. In contrast, western groups are referred to in guide-speak as “pop corn” as they always seem to dissipate and wander off on a tangent. ...

The future of travel and the Tambourine Man

A travel blog entry by hunterpetrus


... or desk that the entire surface was touch screen and interactive. One could put a phone on the table and display information on the table or take information from the table and transfer to the phone. Documents could be spread out and passed like actual papers. Although this was just high tech business equipment, I knew there were things that Microsoft could do with travel. We saw a video of how these advancements in technology ...

The Great Wall (of course)

A travel blog entry by cmcmullen


After getting in really late the night before, we decided to sleep in a bit, but not too long because today we were off to the most touristy thing in China: THE GREAT WALL. I don't care. I was so excited. You can't go to China without visiting the wall, and I had put in a special request to Jim to change our plans so we could see it. It was awesome.

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Egg Fried Lice

A travel blog entry by thecurries2012


... Getting the Metro back to the city also gave us another typical Chinese experience. Beijing at rush hour. The Metro was literally jam packed full and there were still more people getting on, luckily the trains all have a rather nice bright computerised line to show which stop you are at and which one is next as keeping track in the chaos would have been a nightmare. Amazingly Tim and I both made it off and had to laugh when we looked back at the platform ...

Day 1: The sky is falling.

A travel blog entry by rburrows92


... how to live in China wouldn’t be so hard after all. The dawning realization that this wasn’t going to be easy was further assuaged when my friend and travel companion, Mitchell Wilkins, and I ran into the rest of our Rollins group. After some brief travel anecdotes and gripings, we were off towards the hotel where we would be spending our first month in China. This is where things became hard to deal with. The more of Beijing I see ...


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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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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