Shengjingyuan Hotel

No.80 West Street, Guang'anmen Huozhan, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100054, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

That's one big bird that made that nest

A travel blog entry by chinatour2014 on Apr 27, 2014

7 photos

... is a 30 meter wide pathway that goes through the park, and runs in both directions for as far as I could see. There were 10’s of thousands of people out on this walk way, looks like it is where the people of Beijing get out and walk.

We are here for a few days then head home on the 1 ...

Sara's Bday!

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Sep 12, 2013

22 photos

... remembering. I spent hours yesterday memorizing the characters.

Then we a dictation, where the professor said something and we had to write the pinyin and characters. I forgot the characters for jiao and shenme mingzi because the statement was, "What is your name?" Beside not knowing that, I passed the dictation!

During the lesson, I struggled to read the characters without the pinyin. I was so lost, but ...


A travel blog entry by minimalbruno on Aug 26, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

... out for a person holding
my name... and there he was, pfiieeuuuwww. He started talking and before I knew
it he took off with the cart and my backpacks, I could barely keep track of
him... that’s what I call morning gymnastics J

He took me to the parking lot and off we went... as a sign
of welcoming he even offered me a cigarette!

About 40min later we arrived in a hutong where narrow streets lead to the hostel
I booked. I ...

Day 26 - Light up the night

A travel blog entry by reece83 on Feb 09, 2013

17 photos

... s when I saw one of the most incredible things I will ever see in my life. Words cannot describe the amount of fireworks I witnessed over the next 45 mins. There were big ones, small ones, colorful ones and sparkly ones but the one thing they all had in common is they were LOUD. The reason the Chineese let fireworks off at New Years is because in ancient times the noise and light was believed to scare away evil spirits and bad luck for the year ahead. The amazing thing is, that ...

First day of classes and Temple of Heaven

A travel blog entry by ricao on Jul 16, 2012

24 photos

... sentence, today's culture class was Chinese instruments. Each student was given a 葫芦丝 (hu2lu5si1) which translates to "gourd silk" but it's basically a flute. I wanted a flute...but sadly as an intern, my job is to take pictures for the blog. I highly doubt that most of the students could read sheet music, so the teacher used this notation where numbers represented notes instead having a staff. For ...

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