Dong'An Hostel

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


A travel blog entry by jessicarombouts on Aug 15, 2015

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... translate and typed in “I don’t have my passport”
however while I was doing this the lady was busy calling someone so I patiently
waited until she handed the phone to me. She had called some who could speak
rough English to help translate! He told me that I needed an identity card to
send the package, in which I replied that my driver’s license can be used as
ID. Well at the mention of “ID” both Chinese ladies ...

The Beauty and Majesty of Ancient China

A travel blog entry by alleifer on Sep 04, 2014

1 comment, 66 photos

... to strengthen global brands! They also give us an invaluable tip. Until then we had been totally unsuccessful getting on the Internet in China. We could use wifi and get our email and use Whatsapp to stay in touch with our kids, but the Chinese government blocks Safari, NY times, Facebook, Google etc… and the Disney women gave us a work around that seems to work about 50% of the time. It is good to be able to use Wikipedia and read the NY Times and WSJ ...

Chapter 5 - My First Week at School

A travel blog entry by ace241191 on Aug 16, 2014

5 comments, 12 photos

... which made my heart melt when I found this out earlier this evening.

As a round off for today, we asked them to write down questions that they would like to ask us and what they have enjoyed this week which we will answer on Tuesday when we next teach them. The questions that we have received have been both cute and hilarious. Highlights being “Do you have a girlfriend?” “Do you like Chinese girls?” (The latter we suspect is from a young girl ...

Beijing Part 1: The Mental Head Slap

A travel blog entry by nomad143 on Nov 27, 2013


... large underground tunnels connecting one side of the street with the other. We finally chanced upon one of these, and eventually found ourselves in a security line to be scanned and patted down before admittance to what we hoped was Tiananmen Square. We got through, made our way up the steps, and felt a profound lack of excitement as we took in the scene in front of us. It was very large, flanked by several museums. There were several plaques, A ...

Spring Concert and Trip to Beijing

A travel blog entry by ashleyinshangai on May 05, 2013

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... incredible. And, I was searching like a hawk for my first glimpse of the wall. I knew that they are up on mountains, so as soon as I started seeing mountains, I was looking for the wall. I was definitely the most excited about seeing the Great Wall, out of all of the things we got to do and see in Beijing. I did not want to leave China without seeing it, so I was beyond excited. We drove past two other sites that you could climb up to the Great Wall, ...