Hongzhi Hotel

Address: No.46 Tiantan East Road, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100061, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Constant Dripping Wears My Resolve

A travel blog entry by misskeita on Nov 14, 2014

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... the hotel for eatables and water. Down the road I found a 7-11 that looked like it would serve my needs. Sure enough I found water here, but what about food? There was a lot of processed, long-life stuff that I could only guess what it might have been. There were also the common brands I knew from home, but I wasn’t going to be that kind of traveller who survives on brands from home ...

Summer Palace, Olympic SIte, Hutong tour and Xi'An

A travel blog entry by kathrynelliott on Apr 22, 2014

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... in the government, politics, the views of the average Chinese to their possibilities for economic improvement (generally very positive), how much an average condo costs, what size are apartments etc. But as he says, what is said in the bus, stays in the bus. He will be with us the whole trip, but we will have local guides in each of the other cities we are now visiting.
Xi'An is of course, the home of the Terracotta Warriors but was one ...

Treating Myself as Usual

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Mar 20, 2014

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... we got turned down by a taxi driver, I swing my arm in front of Valentina because there was a car coming. Luckily, Valentina got us a cab to take us back to school.

Right as we were about a few blocks away from campus, our taxi driver unbelievable just changed lane and the back of his car hit another car. He had to stop the car. Valentina and I had to pay for the cab ride and walked back to campus. It was only a five minutes walk.

"He was so ...

Beijing, China 25th Jun - 1st Jul

A travel blog entry by fae-neilvsworld on Jun 25, 2013

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... at the end. Dodged a bullet there!

The Great Wall of China

We went to the section of the wall where its easiest to get to by Train - also making this the most popular, and the most crowded too.
The train we took had no allocated seats so people were queing for the train over an hour before the train actually departed. When the platform opened the que turned into a mob ...

Walking in a Winter Wonderland

A travel blog entry by crusty on Dec 12, 2012

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... to public speaking, and even had to overcome a st-st-st-stutter (which still shows up from time to time. It's difficult at times being here alone, but I'm falling in love with the place again and learning a lot about myself and life in general, away from the stresses of the Melbourne rat race, and in an environment I really love. I do miss playing live music a shitload though.

So I'm spending most of my days studying vocab & grammar ...