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

Our first real taste of China ...

A travel blog entry by bogtrotter on Sep 16, 2014

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... to visit the Temple of Heaven south of the Forbidden City, Beijing's largest park (at about 257 Ha around 75% of Hyde Park in London). Basically this is a religious complex begun in the Ming dynasty under the Yongle Emperor in the early 1400s. Several times a year, the emperor would be carried in his 12 metre sedan chair (36 bearers, golden spittoon -in case the emperor is feeling chesty.) from the Forbidden City to the temple complex in order to pray to Heaven for successful ...

China - Beijing & Great Wall

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jul 09, 2014

104 photos

... in order to get a seat on the bus. Our fighting spirit bursted and all of us (including my mum) started to move very quickly. On the way to the right spot we saw more signs announcing both buses (919, 877) and it was getting clear that somebody had prepared a scam for tourists going to the Great Wall. Once we reached the place from where the buses actually departed we stopped moving and looked at massive crowds of people queuing for the bus no. 877. From unknown reason we ...

Chinese whispers

A travel blog entry by jamboree on Oct 04, 2013

145 photos

... family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;">End date: 09/10/13
What was great: The sights, the duck, visiting the wall, looking at weird food
What was not great: The smog, the constant hacking up of phlegm from the ...

Relaxing, inside look into Beijing

A travel blog entry by lzarras on May 06, 2013

119 photos

... to stand. It’s made out of copper and painted gold. There were 4 other temples along the way with smaller Buddha’s, and I could not have imagined how tall this one was going to be! A very cool sight to see.

The last tourist trap of our tour was a short stop at a porcelain factory. Even the guide wanted to skip it but the company said we had to. What I learned: you can tell by looking at the porcelain piece what dynasty it was from. The glaze, the ...

Back to work, back to normal

A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez on Jan 14, 2013

4 comments, 10 photos

... so it was good to go, but also for networking opportunities. An enjoyable evening at the Brussels bar, meeting Andy too after he’d played squash.

Friday night was the first Internations party of the year at Face Bar, a really lovely venue that we hadn’t been to before. A great night, but someone had a few too many Long Island ice teas….. she’s got red hair, that will give you a clue….!!

Recovery lunch on Saturday with ...