Jinshuai Hostel

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

Beijing for Beginners

A travel blog entry by rabell70 on Mar 14, 2015

8 photos

... we had little idea how to order or what to do with the food once it arrived.  The very friendly wait staff did their best to help us, mostly by doing for us what we were supposed to do ourselves (like putting broth in our bowls) since they had no way of telling us what to do.  They also came by and wagged their fingers at us when we tried to put our hot pot ingredients into the steaming broth too soon.  I’m still not sure that we prepared and ate the ...

PEK 101

A travel blog entry by meganmulray on Jun 16, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... of government (communism vs. capitalism). There really is so much to learn and I'm glad to have Benson & Brian to teach me! One interesting fact I learned is the original name of the city is Peking. When China wanted to standardize the names of the cities, they changed it from Peking to Beijing. That is why the airline code for Beijing is PEK.

This morning we continued on ...

Flying IAD-PEK -- Downgraded in Flight

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on May 24, 2014

83 photos

... Entry Permit. Permitted to stay in Beijing until 2014-05-27.” This is the first time I’ve ever been admitted to a country as a “transit without visa” passenger. It’s fantastic that China offers this 72-hour visa exemption for travelers from the United States and 44 other countries (valid at Beijing and three other major international airports).

Boarded an airport train to ride to the main concourse of Terminal 3, arriving there at 2:29. I ...

Mongol Visa

A travel blog entry by dphilips on Sep 09, 2013

... day wa deciding my next move about staying in Beijing or moving on to come back for my visa to then leave for Mongolia. My theory was that I could easily fit another city in as I didn't have to collect the visa until the 15th. Turns out in the end though, that without my passport I was going nowhere! As a foreigner when travelling on the train to head toothier cities, you need your passport. So for now my **** was stuck or is stuck in Beijing. Seems I might as well make the most of it
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Chinese New Year!!

A travel blog entry by markandjade on Feb 07, 2013

32 photos

... countryside, covered in a thin blanket of snow. As we continued the tough hike along the views of the wall snaking off into the distance kept getting more dramatic. It really is a great wall! By the 11th tower we were starting to feel the affects of all those steps, Jade was moaning (more than usual) so we stopped to eat our basic packed lunch; a dodgy sausage, crisps and nuts. With the sun out, blue skies and such a great setting, this has to be one of the ...