Ziyun Hostel (Beijing Jiaodaokou)

No.128 Jiaodaokou South Main Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100007, China | Hotel
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Great Wall repeat

A travel blog entry by 2togonebraska


Round 2 of the Great Wall! Chuck is feeling better so we went to a section of the Wall closest to downtown Beijing. This section is not part of the continuum but a secondary defense line. There is a valley northwest of Beijing that would have provided enemies easy access to the city so they built this section of the wall on both sides & across the valley in order to prevent intruder s from getting through. The section we walked was very steep & all ...

Temple of Heaven and Lama Temple

A travel blog entry by shockergram


... call out, "hello you want to buy scarf." The question echoed over and over. Going up a floor there were shoes, purses and luggage. These sellers were very aggressive. We did not care for that and left. In fact an hour stop was planned for the market, but we left in 45 minutes. I would have enjoyed looking, but disliked the aggression. It was not dangerous, just irritating. I think our early return interrupted the guide and driver's nap. How boring it must be going to many ...

Beijing & the Forbidden City.

A travel blog entry by minimalbruno


... for a few min
he suddenly pulled over, jumped off and shouted something to anothetr guy. The
other guy continued and then I smelled the word “scam” J. As we approached the subway
station he stopped in a street nearby and as agreed with the other guy, I
handed over 2Yuan. He looked at me and started yelling. “Money!! 2 Yaun only?
You clazy??” I said: “No, that was what I agreed with your friend.” He whowed
me ...


A travel blog entry by michelleyeager


... in day-to-day life. The following days are spent with visiting family, setting off fireworks, more dumpling eating and various customs that vary between families and provinces. The 15th (last) day of the New Year is called the Lantern Festival and marks the end of all Spring Festival activities. Lanterns are hung all over town for people to see, and in certain areas there are lantern riddles or costume parades. Sweet, glutinous rice dumplings are eaten on ...


A travel blog entry by hoornst3


... explaining why the internet is so slow to foreigners but not to Chinese people. Basically, Chinese people only need maybe 10 websites at most that they follow each day/week/month. So the bandwidth all goes there. But man. For foreign sites, IT IS SLOW. I couldn't barely upload all of my pictures, and especially the videos beacuse the upload rate lags so bad.

Haha. But anyways. I'm thinking to myself, **** this is so negative. But look. This is no longer the perspective of ...


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