Guangming Bridge Hostel

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

A walk in the clouds

A travel blog entry by bunnyette on Jun 06, 2014

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... part to a good look out (or I did while Bruce waited). Then we went west as very dark clouds appeared in the horizon. We kept walking marvelling at this wonder of the world while getting a good workout at the same time. Up one set of stairs, down another...none of them even. Then we felt drops...let me just say those guard towers are very well built. As the rain poured down and the clouds moved in, we stayed in ...

Hottest day so far, till the sun went down

A travel blog entry by morewood on Jan 01, 2014

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... of 4 hours we were riding like locals, flying through redlights, beeping the horn at the slightest provocation and beeping just because we could.

The tour took us to the exterior of most major sites and throuh the Hutongs(local peoples houses up to 700 years old.) One scary part was riding across 12 lanes of traffic with only 4 seconds left on the green light, the traffic stops for know one. The hutongs varied between 1 to 3 metres ...

Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by glennieboy8120 on Aug 30, 2013

1 comment, 44 photos

... According to our guide Michael it is the largest open air space in the world.
Dinner tonight at No. 6 Restaurant - very much like the Bland Cantonese Fare we get in the US - Thank God for Chili Oil.

We call it a night and enter dreamland back at our Hotel for a good nights sleep as tomorrow is one of the highlights of our trip - The Great Wall. ...

Yonghegong

A travel blog entry by ricao on Aug 02, 2012

14 photos

... all graded, I had to make copies of them. Woo!

This afternoon, all of us went to the Yonghegong (雍和宫) or Lama Temple. It was originally planned for Tuesday, but had to be delayed due to rain. After lunch, all of us piled onto the shuttle bus to make our way to the Temple. When we got near the Temple, there was apparently no place for the bus to stop to drop all of us off. You ...

Hot and sweaty at the Summer Palace

A travel blog entry by stoddart on May 10, 2012

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... was out for our farewell dinner of Peking Duck, among other dishes. Tonight’s meal was a bit spicier that the others that we have had. It was all rather delicious and we had a red wine that was drinkable. Edward said his goodbyes because some people are leaving very early in the morning. Earlier in the trip Edward said that he had a nick name for me and that he would tell it to me at the end of the trip. I think he thought I ...