Yonghe Hostel

Address: No.35 Dongjiaoming Alley, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100005, China | Resort
 
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Location

This resort, located in the 崇文区曲 area of Beijing, is near Summer Palace (Yiheyuan), Forbidden City (Imperial Palace), Tiananmen Square (Tiananmen Guangchang), and Nei Ting.
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    Day 23-26: Beijing

    A travel blog entry by nathanasi on Jul 07, 2014

    4 comments, 13 photos

    ... Tiananmen Square on one of the hottest and sunniest days of the year, surprisingly we have seen very little smog apart from the day we arrived. We soon moved on due to the unbearable heat and went to the Wangfujing snack street market which is famous for selling exotic food on a stick. The live scorpions were a bit too much for us and as for the smell walking around, let's just say we quickly took a few pictures and rapidly moved on! We then ...

    Mongolia to China

    A travel blog entry by almightyg73 on Nov 04, 2013

    4 photos

    ... this week and Sebastien from Chile who is staying at the same hostel as me in Beijing. A very small world when you consider how many hostels and hotels there must be in a city like Beijing! Beijing is vast, with a population in excess of 20 million! So at least I had a travel buddy once we got off the train to work our way to the hostel together thanks to the help of Pete's mate who lives in Beijing and popinted us in the right direction for the subway to get here.

    Once ...

    You Thought Coffee?

    A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Sep 11, 2013

    15 photos

    ... he would be right back.

    After my haircut, the first guy appeared and shampoo my hair again. Once I dried my hair, I walked to the cashier to pay. When I gave the cashier my money, he gave me a card. I was so confused. The three guys were talking to me until the cashier took the card back and gave me my change. That haircut costed fifteen yuan (less than three American dollars).

    I walked back to campus to return to my dorm. When I was on ...

    Beijing days 1 and 2...wow

    A travel blog entry by audrey.beau on May 16, 2013

    154 photos

    ... breakfast we took a bus to the Temple of Heaven or in Chinese Tiantan. The architecture and design here was so gorgeous. I learned that every year the buildings are repainted to keep the authenticity of the buildings. It was a place where people used to come to see the emperor.
    After that we traveld to the famous Tianamen Square. Being in James Madison and studying about the cultural revolution, it was so surreal to be ...

    The Migrant Childrens Foundation

    A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez on Sep 17, 2012

    2 comments, 26 photos

    ... starts & finishes on a certain day no matter what the temperature, and most buildings aren’t thermostat controlled & you end up with windows open even when it’s minus something in the winter, 70% of all energy is lost through buildings here. With that happening I can understand why. Means we don’t have a heating bill to worry about – just the a/c in the summer we pay for.

    Thursday we popped to Paddy’s for a beer after ...