Dingxin Hotel

Address: Building 2, Second District, East Huashi Main Street Nan Li, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100062, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Bad “Weather” Brings Bad Tidings

A travel blog entry by 60daysinchina on Oct 24, 2014


... I could have made it, but all the arrangements were made so quickly that was never an option. One of the downsides to the Jewish burial traditions is that it happens so quickly that it is hard for extended family to make arrangement quickly enough to travel. We started researching flights for the following week so that I could go home and get blood and then return at the end of Renee’s business trip for our vacation together in ...

Summer palace to Xian

A travel blog entry by dwet10 on Apr 16, 2014

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Not a bad nights sleep but last 2 days walking has caught up with us in the calve department. . Last brekkie at traders hotel and something completely different again. Great choice. Efficiently checked out and in the Wongmobile at 9.30 to the summer palace. Built by the 4th emporer of quing dynasty, it was somewhere by the lake the family could escape to when they got bored of forbidden city life. I was getting a bit irritated by the Chinese ...

No One Can Out Sass Me

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Feb 28, 2014

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... out in Emi's room every time I am in the dorm.

She invited me to eat noodles with her for lunch. We quickly left for the cafeteria. That was my first there this semester. We ordered noodles on the first floor. The noodles were cheap and good.

As we were eating, Emi could not finish her bowl. She gave me her noodles. I am basically her trash can.

For the rest of the afternoon, I read a chapter for school. Then ...


A travel blog entry by ellebee88 on Jun 24, 2013

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... felt rushed and people felt a little more self-involved than other crowds I've experienced. I landed in Beijing and made my way easily to baggage claim (plenty of signs in English). After baggage claim I went to find international arrivals where Kelley and I decided to meet. We chose this location because on her arrival she noted that this section of the airport had only one 8 foot wide shoot from which people were meant to exit. When I gotto international arrivals, I ...

Horking, chicken feet and being the freakshow

A travel blog entry by mchawkrighttrip on Nov 23, 2012

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... It is not considered rude to make a loud, revolting noise and then proceed to dispose of it in public. Even while talking to someone mid-sentence. You cannot walk more than 2 metres without seeing a large blob of saliva just chilling on the pavement.

The Temple of Heaven is one of China's biggest temple complexes and it's where the emperor would have made sacrifices and prayed to heaven and his ancestors. luckily it's easily found on the subway system; so we ...