Guangming Bridge Hostel

Address: No.8 Fifth Tiao, Guanghe Alley, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100021, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Thanksgiving a la king

A travel blog entry by wayneh13 on Nov 27, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... wonderful hotel the St. Regis Beijing is. The hotel is beautiful, the food is great, the rooms are big, luxurious and quiet. And, it is in a great location -- amongst the foreign embassies (Beijing is a capital city); a couple of blocks from the Silk Market; about 2-3 miles from Tienanmen Square and The Forbidden City. You can walk to many popular spots from here.

Today, we hired an English speaking driver to take us to the Great ...

A walk in the clouds

A travel blog entry by bunnyette on Jun 06, 2014

19 photos

... tower for shelter. Then there was thunder & lightening...if there weren't 7 other people, it would have been rather romantic. Time ticked on, I wanted to ascend the next section which was a steep set of stairs, Bruce preferred to head back. So our Tilley hats turned out to be great against the rain and our windbreakers kept us dry. We made it to the next tower and decided to go up the stairs to have a ...

2nd Day in Beijing

A travel blog entry by carlabroad on Apr 29, 2014

4 comments, 2 photos

... I had just been. Then I got quite lost trying to find the subway and eventually found my way to Wangfujing, a shopping street of crazy-high-end brands like Prada and Rolex. Quite the contrast to earlier in the day. Gave an even greater sense of how huge the place was. Given how much my feet and back hurt, tomorrow may be a day of rest. Once again, all of my good photos are stranded on my iPad until I get proper ...


A travel blog entry by johannakmh on Sep 15, 2013

... sitting opposite me was trying to bless chicken feet and make me eat them. I forgot the Chinese for vegetarian so I met him halfway by saying 'I don't eat meat' and qualifying this statement by doing some excellent mimes of flapping birds and things with pointy ears. My inability to express anything was proved when he asked me to translate his Bible from mandarin and I said for the fiftieth time 'I still don't speak Chinese'. My zoo ...

Blown away (nearly) in Beijing

A travel blog entry by jmfaulkenberry on Mar 09, 2013

1 comment, 22 photos

... You will just have to wait for the pictures. Possibly a sweeping panorama? So the excursion began at Tiananmen Square, the world's largest open square. Flanked by Tiananmen Gate and Forbidden City on the north, Mao Zedong's mausoleum on south, Hall of the People's Congress on west, and National Museum of China on East, it is said that it could hold 700 soccer fields. Within the first two hours of our day, which also included the Forbidden City, I estimate that our kids saw ...