Jinshuai Hostel

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

September 8 - Jade, Ming Tomb, Great Wall

A travel blog entry by davidmuir on Sep 08, 2014

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... position. Very busy! On arrival we were greeted with a fabulous view of the wall stretching off in a roughly east-west direction. This section is older than Badaling and is very steep in sections. Sonja walked along a couple of sections before deciding her knees had had enough and found a spot to sit in the shade and watch/converse with passers-by. David, Greg and Joseph continued along for quite a distance more before Greg decided he also needed a ...

Chinese Roofs

A travel blog entry by nietsreuef on Apr 03, 2014

91 photos

... the flammable contents. Pagodas are also known for black roofs under the belief that gods are inspired by the color to descend to earth.

The Temple of Heaven uses blue roof tiles in a conical form, almost exclusive in ancient Beijing, symbolizing the sky. Round is sky, square is earth.

Green roofs were popular in Beijing, assigned for almost all the other official uses, but still a sign of distinction – ...

Goodness, Gracious, the Great Wall's for Fire

A travel blog entry by oski on Dec 06, 2013

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... nicely. After the duck they brought out a cup of broth made with the bones of the duck and kumquats for dessert. I was also happy to see that they had Blue Mountain coffee on the menu and enjoyed a cup of coffee, because I hadn't had time to have one that morning. We left completely full and satisfied. I would recommend that restaurant to anyone. The waiters spoke english and the menu had pictures of all the dishes and descriptions in english as well.

Tales of week 1

A travel blog entry by stephmaca on Jul 15, 2013

1 comment

... will try her hardest. She ended the essay with 'Please believe me. Thank you.' Another boy, Tomike, who comes across as clueless in class, came out with an incredibly insightful piece about a dream to alleviate world hunger.

Another funny development in class: all the students in class 10 had an English name at the beginning of the week except for one. Today I found out that this guy had adopted a new English name - Steph! But then later changed it to Stan as all ...

Boxing & KTV

A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez on Nov 24, 2012

2 comments, 33 photos

... a new friend called Maureen from Canada, who's been living in Taipei for some years, and moved here recently. Had a lovely evening chatting over dinner, and a good old girlie gossip!.

Wednesday it was a friends birthday, Semih from Turkey, so his girlfriend arranged for a big group of us to meet at the Muslim restaurant, Red Rose. The usual good food, plenty of beer, and a big cake, dancing to the band, and the belly dancers! And Semih eating a long whole noodle in ...