Jinshuai Hostel

Building 1, No.31 Dayang Yibin Hutong, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100005, China | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by christine_n_den


... before heading back to the hostel for a cup of tea.

Finally the last highlight worth mentioning was the Chinese acrobatics show we saw. While some aspects were impressive such as tight rope unicycling and the contortionist, the fan dancers dropped their fans, the hoop jumpers knocked the hoops over (granted the hoop was very high), and the top spinner missed her top and it rolled off the stage. We both agree that unlike ...

Two adventures in one day

A travel blog entry by sonjaandrad


... hill to the upper most temple. Dehydrated i think. Lots of photos! We then had a sideways tour booked for the evening. Really fun though dangerous - no helmet and no protective clothing! Noone in beijing seems to wear either of the above. I wonder how many accidents and deaths they have. Whilst we were there we didnt even see any near misses, it all seems to flow well. Chinese ...

Taking a Personal Day

A travel blog entry by kendracassels


... for sometimes one tenth of the price I was originally quoted. Resisting my urges to keep shopping, Wiebke and I stopped at a rooftop restaurant for a drink and then made our way back to the hotel for a quick dip in the pool and a whole lot of down time.

In the evening, we reunited with the rest of our group and were kindly hosted by China World hotel in another beautiful private dining room. After a cocktail reception we were seated and ...

My 40th Birthday on the Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by kevinmoss

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... northern border of China to protect the Chinese Empire against incursions by various warring peoples. The wall dates to as early as 7th Century BC and it's continued to be built, rebuilt, maintained, and enhanced throughout time. The majority of it was constructed during the Ming Dynasty. Other purposes of the Great Wall have included border controls, allowing the imposition of duties on goods transported along the Silk Road, regulation or encouragement of ...

Busy Beijing and foreign food

A travel blog entry by evanvanderploeg


... ly people that we saw who were begging were clearly unable to do much else. When I say that I mean that one guy was severely burned, missing at least on arm and half his face.

Before heading to the Forbidden City we walked up to a Buddha temple thing on top of the hill overlooking the city. We had to pay to get in but inside there was an instant difference, there were heaps of flowers and many less people. You could stop in the shade and smell the flowers, it ...

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