Wuyi Hostel

No.9 Guandong Dian, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100020, China | Hotel
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500 years of political history!

A travel blog entry by hollingsworth84


Today started with with an amazing breakfast. They served traditional Chinese breakfast foods from exotic smells and flavors to the western standards like bacon and eggs. Many of us were most excited to see coffee. From there, we went to the Forbidden City. On our way from breakfast to the Forbidden City we had to past Tianamen Square (it means "heavens gate") This is the largest city square in the world. This square dates back ...

Not Feeling It

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... my name, so they know it is me.

During our first class break, John smack me with his notebook. I snapped at him that it was not okay.

After Chinese class, I ate lunch with Karena, Stephanie, and Monica in the cafeteria. At a station, I asked how much the curry was. I was proud of myself for saying it correctly.

As I sat down, I quickly realized the table I picked was next to Shari's, Kelsey's, and ...

The Long Great Wall

A travel blog entry by billieandsherm


... of the wall, with its roadway, parapets, garrisons and towers is all brick. Beautifully crafted, with attention paid to coursing and joinery, the towers are simple, but show a mastery of organization, strength and construction.

The wall was a great challenge for Billie. She went to ...

Happy Christmas!!!

A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez


... own country, friends & family, so it meant a lot to him that we visited.

The hospital was opposite a pub we’d seen before, so thought it rude not to pop in for a drink & some lunch afterwards, it was called Little Britain!! And they even do a roast dinner, so we may have to go back sometime!! After that, met a couple of friends in town in a bar called Saddle Cantina, a mexican restaurant & bar, so had a few Margaritas, not the drink ...

Meeting the Pandas

A travel blog entry by katie_garnham


... Olympics.

Feeling somewhat tired and still aching from the Great Wall we took a taxi back to the hotel... again the traffic was absolute chaos and an hour later and a cost of just £5 we were back. The boys were going to the last dinner with the group and as the menu was Peking duck I decided not to join them and instead went out for food and had a relaxing evening. Caroline came back from her shopping day and we chatting before sleep eventually took ...


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