National Institute Of Metrology Guest House

Building 34-35, Zone 11, Heping Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100013, China | Resort
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A day in the life

A travel blog entry by rebecca-thomson


... t too long. If you get there too late, the line for the elevators is so long you will be late for class.

6. Review my text book until class starts at 8:30.

7. Be in class from 8:30 - 12:30.

8. Discuss with classmates where we will eat lunch, and how we are bored of cafeteria food.

9. We go to eat in the cafeteria anyway.

10. At about 1:30 I go home to take a nap.

11. I wake up by ...

Bingtang Hulu

A travel blog entry by mysky


... I knew it must be sweet since “bing tang” meant sugar, but as for what it was made out of-- no clue. Meatballs maybe? What else is that round and brown and so cheap?

On my second day in Beijing, I had my first bingtanghulu, courtesy of Indra’s uncle. It was as sweet as I had imagined, but not from sugar but honey. I was slightly fearful of biting into the actual ...

Baba Mama in Beijing

A travel blog entry by skirbyskirby


... we found! When we saw the masses crowding into the temple, jumping around to get a glimpse, we gave up and went to the Temple of Heaven, which, for the first time, seemed nearly empty to me.

Not to worry though! With our extra day in Beijing, we enjoyed a spacious tour of Yonghegong, a stroll around Confucius Temple, and a bar night at Houhai Lake.


The End

A travel blog entry by ricao

... around, you would have thought you were at a funeral. Everyone was crying!

On the bus, everyone had to turn in the cellphones that they were loaned and I also had to pass back any paper cuttings that anyone might have wanted back. At the airport, we were met by Feng Laoshi who wanted to say goodbye. :( All of us first had to check our luggage first. There was practically no line to check in when we got there, but as we waited, ...

Exploring a bit more on our own.

A travel blog entry by jean.yen1

This morning we decided we were going to be overachievers.

So, we went out and decided to take the subway to various parts of the city.
Beijing's subway system reminds me of Taipei's. Just a HECK of a lot more people, not as clean, and noisier. I prefer Taipei's, but the price, is next to nothing.

In China, they use RMB (Ren-Ming-Bi) which literally means: the people's money. It's conversion rate to ...


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