Jinshuai Hostel

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


A travel blog entry by siyaya on Jun 27, 2014

5 comments, 14 photos

... the train and were ushered to a special area in a huge waiting room containing thousands of daily commuters. We watched in amazement as they were organized to get to their respective platforms on time. Officials used loudhailers to chivvy them on and at least twelve automatic gates were in operation …. And it just went like clockwork…..! Wave after wave of commuters…

Back on the train more carriages were attached and we ...

Seeing Lama Temple Again...

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Nov 24, 2013

18 photos

... a phone to communicate with others.

I walked to get a wrap from a vendor outside my dorm. For the meat, I finally picked the fried chicken. It was so good.

I then returned to my room since it was so early before the meeting time. Outside my window, construction workers were still building the new building. It will have a gym and other things for foreign students. Sadly, it won't be operational until after my year in Beijing.

When I met up ...

15th October..... Going home!!!

A travel blog entry by henrywthompson on Oct 15, 2013

... they could become proper instructors. It's ok they all seem pretty happy about it. Made me realise how lucky I am to have worked at 3 different centres and in different countries and climates :) ..... Then a week later Issy left :( .... She was a great friend and I'll miss her loads! Until joules gets back from Shenzhen I'm the only original instructor left :( sad to see them all go.... But good to see the new guys :) we had a good send off night as ...

Climbing the Wall

A travel blog entry by sasoz on Apr 22, 2013

12 photos

... have lunch. The lunch was great and it was good to have something before the big climb. My guide was going to put me on a chairlift like we have in the snowy mountains for skiers. I said no way was I hanging out like that. It was okay and apparently we would have to walk 20 minutes to get to the closed in cable cars. That did not bother me at all. My guide got the ticket and for someone who professes to be fit she struggles more than I do ...

Beijing Take Two

A travel blog entry by emds on Aug 31, 2012

9 photos

... last a lifetime so we don’t feel a huge need to see all the ancient sights in a city. We preferred to walk the streets, get lost and maybe sit in a cafe or park bench and people watch. However, Beijing has so many things to see, so much history that a visit here does lean one towards touring these sites, even it it isn’t really your style of traveling. I am looking forward going back, yes for the third time, in better health and with time to properly enjoy what the city has to ...