Di'Anmen Hostel

Address: No.40 Di'anmen Nei Main Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100009, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Just Another Post-Apocalyptic Monday

A travel blog entry by 60daysinchina on Oct 20, 2014

4 comments, 13 photos

... I really felt like I had failed as a traveller and would be relegated to being a tourist for the rest of my life. I was pretty sad about this as I have always thought I travelled well but this place is really really hard. I wanted to break the bubble of the expat neighborhood in Shanghai and now that I had all I wanted to do was run back to it and lock the doors to the rest of China. Renee was really worried about me as and continued to coax me into asking ...

A Day of Greats

A travel blog entry by g7s22 on Mar 22, 2014

6 comments, 15 photos

... fell to his death in his exuberance to look over the edge.

The steps leading up to the different watchtowers on the wall were steep, uneven, and of various heights, making the climb strenuous. Our favorite sites were the smokers and ladies in high heels. They are more ambitious than us. We made it to the first watchtower when Max, Sophia, and Sherri decided to return back down to see if they could explore the "easier" side. Anya and ...

I Just Felt Like It

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Feb 17, 2014

2 photos

My alarm clock went off very loud this morning. I panicked to turn it off, so it did not wake Mike up. My mind thought that I was so late for class.

I quickly got ready and rushed to class. When I got to the classroom, I checked the time. I was ten minutes early. It sucked that I did not eat breakfast. When I don't eat, I get cranky.

My professor did not bring her daughter in since she was starting school today. Doctor Jean was gone again. He has ...

The Transitory Nature of Writing in the Temple

A travel blog entry by solabusca on Jul 03, 2013

86 photos

... br> stone mound from which the Emperors would beseech the Heavens; it was purported to have incredible acoustic properties, the better to allow the Emperor to be heard by the Heavens and by his subjects kneeling below. It took all that I had not to shout FUS RO DA.

On our way out of the Temple, I saw an old man writing on the ground in Chinese, using only a sponge brush and water, his words fading away before he finished ...

Viewing the Presidential Election from China

A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Nov 13, 2012

1 comment, 7 photos

... names of certain dishes, it's just "eggplant" or "beef". (Side note, I am now addicted to eggplant, Chinese-style. It is now up there with my favorite Chinese foods, right next to fried rice and dumplings.)

After we finished eating, Linli asked me if we could meet again on Thursday, which I was more than happy to do. On Thursday we went to a different place for lunch, a Korean restaurant that is inside Shaoyuan, a student dorm. The food ...

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