Cpul Hotel

No.27 Fuxue Road, Changping District, Beijing, 102200, China | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

I Just Felt Like It

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... felt like it." I said.

For an hour, I took the subway to run some errands. On the subway, as usual, there was somebody playing music and begging people for money. This time, it was a little girl. She looked like a second or third grader. I wondered about where her parents were and why she was not in school.

When I returned to campus, I went to the TBC office to get a lounge key for Mike. "You are the bearer with the bad key." Mariel said. It was ...

Into the Orient

A travel blog entry by liamandsam


... looking forward to ever since the endless pasta in the Gobi. We were not disappointed and celebrated with a spicy, yummy dinner and a couple of beers. The morning after we had a bit of a sleep in before heading out to do some exploring. The Beijing subway system is ginormous and had a station at every second city block, which made it really easy to get around the city. The first stop was the huge 6 story Silk Market that also sold, it seemed, everything else from t-shirts ...

Boxing & KTV

A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez


... frequently due to people coming & going, so that was weird. She had a leaving party with a group of about 40 of us at a Spanish Tapas restaurant which was great, with live music too. Plenty of Sangria, and lovely food. Hit a few bars afterwards, ending up drinking mulled wine outside one of the bars, first of the winter season!!

A lazy Saturday popping out for coffee, then getting ready for the white collar boxing evening, which we'd won tickets for in a ...

Title: Entry No 4, I love Beijing, but...

A travel blog entry by meiming


... to see 30% or less of nature, you also need to be very tolerant, patient and to be strongly self-confident and of course you need to be able to adapt yourself easily to any situations otherwise...you may not make it. In fact what I am writing here does not apply only for Beijing or China, but for any country you plan to visit. Who ever you are either you physically look like everybody out here or not you will need to be tolerant and self-confident!

Rough Landing in Beijing

A travel blog entry by londone7


... one.

The guy behind me could speak some english. I asked when the next bus was, would it be another hour? He said there was no schedule and they just show up when they do. I wasnt going to stand for another hour till 2am hoping that I might get on past the people jumping the queue.

He said we could cash in our tickets and to try to get a taxi. After another queue for taxis the driver wanted 400Y ($60). I was shocked as the hostel said ...


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