Dong'An Hostel

No.34 Beijige San Tiao, Dongdan, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100005, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Beijing--Did Absolutely Nothing Today

A travel blog entry by rozbp

... went into hibernation mode. I slept most of he day in between watching the street and people in front of the hotel from our window. Rosalind did some email work, watched TV and got some major rest as well. Add on top of yesterday the long travel day on Sunday, Rosalind especially was due for a much deserved break.

The optional tour today was the ...

Cultural Diversity in Beijing: 2 theatrical visits

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer


... and the Great Hall of the People, in order to melt into the surroundings as opposed to standing out against them. It's quite a structure on par with other great iconic arts centers like ...

The Forbidden City!!!!!

A travel blog entry by audreynp


... all went into cars and traveled to hubby's parent's house, where part 2 commenced. There were a lot more bows to the grandparents and the hubby's parents, and they all give red envelopes with money to June and her husband. Then we race off to part 3 of the wedding, which is sort of like a reception in the U.S., which greeted us with a Chinese band and was the part where everybody eats. There was a sort of aisle set up between the tables leading to ...

A Year in Beijing

A travel blog entry by vegasmusician

After a year in Beijing, I have come accustomed to watching people spit in restaurants, smoke in kitchens, vomit on sidewalks, defecate on sidewalks, mothers holding there baby over a bush to pee, air so polluted that you can't see across the street and dog, shark fin, turtle, jellyfish, scorpions and spiders on the menu. I will never look at subways the same way again, nor Buddhism. How ever, this country has taught me much ...

Homeward Bound

A travel blog entry by emkay100


The tour guide had told us that there was a public holiday in Beijing tomorrow Friday, so it would be busy on the roads and at the airport so allow extra.

After breakfast we took some photos of the hotel and Temple in the grounds of the hotel then went for walk around the area. We were clearly in a residential area, not very touristy and there were not many other tourists or non Chinese people to be seen. We were rather a novelty and when we said Ni Hao (hello) we got ...


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