Wuyi Hostel

Address: No.9 Guandong Dian, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100020, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

The Wall, and Double Digits

A travel blog entry by rabell70 on Mar 17, 2015

6 photos

... left-over birthday cake shared, in our hotel suite, with a family whom we’d met the day before. The four kids played a rousing game of hide-and-seek (I was fully expecting a call from reception about the shrieking and running) while Jonathan and I chatted with the adults about mutual friends (me) and shared professional interests (Jonathan). Small world, and a reminder that personal interactions can trump any top-10 must-see ...

Our First City in China

A travel blog entry by kevdeeworldtour on May 10, 2014

7 comments, 88 photos

... based – a mini recycling rubbish plant on the side of the road, just up from what looks like a brothel ( more on this later) ! I was worried at this stage, thinking that this could be a disaster however the inside of the hostel was great – more of a hotel really – wide spacious lobby, clean with helpful employees. Our room also lovely – ...

Laowai in Beijing

A travel blog entry by rebecca-thomson on Sep 05, 2013

... to land, but they never really seem to disperse, and that is exactly right - there is like this constant haze around. I can notice a markedly difference in air quality, but I don't feel sick (yet?).

The taxi drive to my hotel was.. terrifying. I think I would have felt a little safer if there were seat belts(?!) but nobody seemed to be wearing them. It wasn't so bad on the freeway, but driving in the city... holy cow.

So before I came here, things ...


A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Feb 12, 2013

1 comment, 9 photos

This week, all of China (or the vast majority) is on holiday. Restaurants are closed, fruit stands are shut down, no laundromats are open and the south of China just received an influx of northerners. Originally started when people offered sacrifices to the ancestors in the last month of the Chinese lunar calendar, the Chinese New Year has become the most coveted, celebrated holiday in China. In folk culture, the Spring Festival is called guonian 过年, ...

It's hip to be Tiananmen Square

A travel blog entry by matfloyd on Sep 09, 2012

6 comments, 11 photos

... There isn’t a word long enough to describe it, take the biggest single flat area you have ever seen, multiply that by four and then multiply that by twelve. No wonder it took so long to crack down on those student protests, they couldn’t find the buggers for three days! The truly staggering thing is that this is at the centre of a major city, In Europe we are used to seeing enclosed small spaces and small squares, this is just on a different scale. ...