Weishuqu Guest House

Address: No.63 Wanshou Road Yi, Beijing, 100036, China | Resort
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Day 15! Forbidden city, zoo and Duck

A travel blog entry by mvr-miriam on Feb 11, 2015

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... each including drinks. The buns are filled with spring onion and pork. While waiting a crazy looking man comes up to Cliona, shaking her hand, white gums and brown teeth, smiling and reciting all the English he knows... Strange. Cian shouts at him to go away and the whole restaurant is looking at us. Cian orders some sort of soup as a side dish. It looks like watery purple rice.. Full we head on in search of the station, Cian and Miriam spot Chinese sweets in a window and can't ...

First Impressions of Beijing

A travel blog entry by lswers on Jul 06, 2014

55 photos

... HKS student); Leslie (American living in Beijing); John Li (the organizer, HKS/Tufts student). More fellows will join us in Korea but this is the group for now, and I really like everyone. They're easy going, nice, and easy to get along with, and we have interesting conversations about our travels, backgrounds and interests. They're also a fun group and we bonded over drinks one night.

The "Asia Leadership Trek" is organized by the Center for Asia Leadership Initiatives ...

The Great Wall

A travel blog entry by tashatales on Jun 21, 2014

19 photos

... went to a dumpling restaurant and I was a pig! I think that my friend Christine and were having an unspoken race of who could eat the most. There we so many different kinds of dumplings... What a treat! After dinner we walked from the restaurant to the hotel. We passed a food night market. You could find all kinds of interesting foods, all of which were displayed on a stick. I can't wait to see what tomorrow ...

Peking duck anyone?

A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri on Oct 03, 2013

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... workers had to rely on natural elements found around (wood, water, sand, soil) and of course no machinery, just pure human strength. As a result, many people died during the construction. Still, the earliest part of the wall survived almost 2000 years, an incredible achievement. The original function of the wall was indeed to protect what was to be found inside it (ie, China's cities and treasures) and that in itself can be called a failure as an army would more or ...

I saw a Panda!

A travel blog entry by emgoodbrand on Apr 03, 2013

7 comments, 12 photos

... and beauty like I've never seen before. I'm sure I'll come across lots of things like this, but this was the first time and it really opened my eyes to........I'm not quite sure what. Beijing is weird, full of smog and so hazy you often can't see much. And it's full of pollution. Dad, I know you'll read this and worry about all those beggar folk. Don't worry I'm sure they all had iPhones and were playing up to it :) I'm being safe x x x x ...