Jinshuai Hostel

Address: Building 1, No.31 Dayang Yibin Hutong, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100005, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Being a Tourist

A travel blog entry by pandyana on Aug 27, 2014

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... a taxi and make small talk with the driver, got to the second train station and began my wait for the next train.

I was the only foreigner at that station, and I drew a lot of stares from the people around me. A few people made some conversation and a kid or two advanced cautiously to stare. When I got on my train, I ended up sitting next to a young girl, aged about 7 or 8, who wanted my picture and wanted to talk to me for the entire trip. ...

Great Wall and summer palace

A travel blog entry by dlz on Mar 06, 2014

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... end of the 200 acre gardens. From here we drove a further 45 mins to the restaurant for dinner. This was by far the best dinner yet, Peking duck with pancakes and a few other dishes, followed by pudding of what tasted like toffee apple, yum yum. It was then back to the hotel for a free evening. This included a trip to the shop, relaxing bath and a film, and one of our earliest night yet, lights out ...

Why It Was The Best Day

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on Jul 07, 2013

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... and some other decorations in our luggage, and Laura whipped up some postcard diplomas (the chaperones signed.....wonder if that will get them as far as the superintendent's signature), and Kalie played a little Pomp and Circumstance. It was a really fun moment as we cheered them on and celebrated a real milestone.

Maki and Rob--we are super proud of the two of you. You are wonderful young adults with terrifically bright futures. We feel lucky ...

Making our Rounds in Beijing

A travel blog entry by tveldstra on Nov 14, 2012

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... was speaking Spanish with a Chinese in the middle of Beijing.

Sally, Lorren, and I left David and Tim at the Silk Market and headed towards the park. We were looking for Běi Hăi Park but we never found it. We ended up at Zhōngshān park. It was very peaceful and quiet there and very beautiful. Within the park, we found a cat corner. There were fourteen very fat, very loud cats. Sally was ecstatic and tried to get a picture of all fourteen. ...

Luoyang to Xi'an to Beijing

A travel blog entry by tbienek on Jul 07, 2012


... in the back end of the alley, it was filthy and stank of toilet, and I was about to high tail it to the Hilton, when a young girl in her nightie, listening to her iPod, redirected us to the door! Phew....I couldn't thank my guide enough. My host, Domino, is a tiny little thing, what I saw in the dark is lovely, and when we came into the room, she said 'welcome to your new home'. Room is georgous and if I can get some clothes washed and a massage it will be ...