Peking Aviation Hostel

Address: No.16 Wang Zhima Hutong, Dong Si Bei Street, Beijing, 100007, China | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Beijing, China

A travel blog entry by tayrocfam on Aug 14, 2014

5 comments, 15 photos

... we went and they were selling umbrellas. We were all stalwart, until the sun got the better or me and I started grumbling that I wanted an umbrella. Could we find one? No! Anyway thankfully I was carrying a scarf and survived. One of our travellers went missing and he was nowhere to be found. His wife was frantic and there was nothing to be done, as we were all getting hot and tired. He did manage to find a policeman, who rang the tour guide who sent him back to the hotel, ...

Beijing Day #1 -- Slept 25½ Hours

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on May 25, 2014

13 photos

... and water, and returned outside to look for some sodas and juice. A nearby convenience store wanted to charge me 32 yuan ($5.13) for two bottles of Coke and two bottles of juice, which seemed quite expensive. The prices aren’t marked on any of their goods; for all I knew he was hiking the price to try to con a dumb foreign visitor. I remembered drinks had cost between 3 and 5 yuan at the vending machine in the Tiananmen ...

Beijing Bellies

A travel blog entry by hatandtubbz on Aug 07, 2013

21 photos

... city so far!

When people talk about developed, developing and undeveloped countries, Beijing is a clear example of a developing city. It is a city where, like its millions of inhabitants, the old and new worlds of Bejing are jostling for space. BMW's and 4 by 4s queue up at the traffic lights next to mopeds, bicyles and rusty three wheeled bikes stacked high with all manner of goods for sale. Young Chinese people dash around the ...


A travel blog entry by annacalderaro on Apr 08, 2013

5 comments, 34 photos

... square & the forbidden gardens. The soldiers march down the street with such precision. I was tempted to be a tourist and take pictures of something else whilst standing in there way. What would they do then??? How many times I've marched across London bridge & tourists got in my way lol. I don't risk it. We have to go through security to get into the square and an old man with a sign gets stopped. They're very strict. The square is huge and it's all ...

The Count Down Begins

A travel blog entry by arielle.rylands on Feb 25, 2013

13 photos

This time next week I'll be back home in sunny Perth. My time in Beijing has really flown by. Thursday after work was 'Aussie Ben's' birthday party - we threw him a surprise party... which didn't exactly go to plan. I was actually so excited to hide and scream surprise. As a team though, we somehow managed to ruin it! He walked in as we're all running around hiding ourselves. We all ...