Guangming Bridge Hostel

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


A travel blog entry by sarahemma on Nov 25, 2013

1 comment, 3 photos

... or two. I'm hoping the hostel brings some fellow lonesome travelers cause I really miss chatting out loud to someone wherever I go! I like to talk but it's not so interesting telling myself as I already know the ending before the story starts. I found the hoStel really easily. On first impressions it seems like a great place! It's called 365 inn and I just took a few underground stops and a change and a little walk before I arrived. Instructions on the site ...

Little Minion

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Nov 20, 2013

1 photo

... that nothing was happening there, including not having a romantic life. Sophomore year made it clear that it was the end for me. It was time for me to do my own thing. (Don't get me wrong. I had fun, but I needed something different).

I later study more Chinese (such a nerd). Then I dashed to my make up class. As I was walking, Terry shouted my name. We talked, but he kept laughing as I was talking. Terry always tells me that I am funny. ...

The Great Wall - the WOW factor!

A travel blog entry by 2013 on May 10, 2013

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... The wall wound like a snake across the top of the ridge and beyond, 7000 km to the West. If attacked in past times, beacons lit progressvely along the Wall would have taken an hour to travel its full extent. Unfortunately, Richard couldn't cross this one off his bucket list – his knees were swelling. After reaching our zenith we were then denied our reward of coming down the toboggan slide which runs from almost ...

Twice Heros

A travel blog entry by thelongroadhome on Apr 19, 2013

1 comment, 73 photos

... people dressing up as the empress and also a man doing some kind of warning off the spirits. One thing we did learn was that there is a marble boat, and the boat represents the government and the water the people. It is said that is the government does wrong then the people will create waves and up turn the boat, however, the marble boat has never floated??

Off to our sleeper train now. We made good time to the station so had a quick buffet dinner where ...

Fall time in Bei

A travel blog entry by audreynp on Oct 02, 2012

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... I visited Minzu Daxue, the university both my summertime and current Chinese roommates attend. I went to dinner with two Chinese girls who were roommates at my dorm over the summer, and then we went to a dance-type activity their university has every Friday night. I tried to take pictures but it was dark. Basically, it's a lot like American line dancing, but everyone dances in a big circle, and the dances all come from minority groups ...