Wuyi Hostel

No.9 Guandong Dian, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100020, China | Hotel
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Back to Beijing

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo


... Two of the ladies were there.

They were monitoring the halls (they have a console that shows the halls and stairwells via video cameras). I wondered if they saw me going back and forth to the laundry room. So I attempted to communicate that the laundry door is locked. They said something to each other, and one of them grabbed a key and headed upstairs. OK, maybe she understood?

We walked down the 6th floor hallway, past the laundry room, and she went to my room. I ...

Bring on the Wall!!

A travel blog entry by claireandrich


... Obviously. The part we were on was built by the Qin dynasty and was built to keep out the nomads and barbarians (pesky fellows), as was the rest of the wall. For more historical information on the Wall please see Google.com

By the time we got up onto the wall, the sun was blazing and it was a beautiful clear day.

Stunning views, as you might expect Rising Mountains and plunging valleys as far as the eye could see! The wall ...

First day on the job

A travel blog entry by leg5a



Today was my first day at the Embassy. As many first days go, there was a lot of waiting around. I went through some authorization procedures and got familiarized with the building itself. Sorry, but no cameras (not even iphones) allowed there, so I couldn't snap any pictures from inside the gates- you'll have to conjure up the images from my words.

The Embassy itself is very new- only dedicated in 2008 - and is the second largest diplomatic mission in ...

Day 17 - Beijing to Xi'an

A travel blog entry by marsha.amy


... all.

Have to say we were a touch disappointed by the Birds Nest – it’s nowhere near as nice looking as it appeared on TV, signs of disrepair and lack of cleaning were everywhere, and the middle of the stadium looked like a bit of a dumping ground for old props. It’s also not very wheelchair friendly given there is only one elevator in the entire thing! The exhibits were few and far between – over all it just ...

Donkey Leg or Donkey Hoof (with Brown Sauce)

A travel blog entry by kevinmoss

This is a top pick!

... from Hong Kong Airlines stating that our flight to Hanoi had been cancelled. I called the airline and with a lot of patience and broken English discovered that the Beijing to Hong Kong leg was not cancelled, but the Hong Kong to Hanoi leg was cancelled on the 25th. So, we worked it out so that we will now leave Beijing on the 26th instead and arrive in Hanoi the same day. This will screw up our plans to tour Hanoi for a day prior to taking the two-day Halong Bay ...


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