Ann Tour International Youth Hostel

No.3 Qingnianhu South Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100011, China | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Yummy Korean Food

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Oct 17, 2013

5 photos

... brought the other day.

Then I started my paper due next week. As I was researching, Adam came in to see Anthony. Adam and Anthony were on their computers chilling while I was doing my work.

After that, I went off to the Stadium Store to buy some yogurt. I walked off to the classroom for my evening class. As I was waiting, I ate my yogurt. Nick, Alana, Lanz, and Elaine were in the lobby too. I I expressed my desire to have ...

First round of sight-seeing!

A travel blog entry by rebecca-thomson on Sep 19, 2013

5 comments, 37 photos

... people were taken away and we were still waiting and got on the 3rd bus, and there were still more people waiting in line after we left!

Waiting for something in my opinion is okay, that isn't a problem... but in this line, everyone was squishing in together very closely so you had no personal space - I found it so uncomfortable! And then when the line would move, people would push you ...

Beijing: Ain't nobody got time to post.

A travel blog entry by ek1232 on Mar 28, 2013

278 photos

... Pan Jia Yuan Market. When I looked up this place, the description said it was a large outside market that has many stands for selling antiques and the websites always said, “Even Hilary Clinton has shopped here!” I guess that also makes me want to shop there? Anyway, the subway station we got off of was called Pan Jia Yuan so I figured that the market would be pretty easy to find. However, we could not find it off of the station map ...

I Fell In Love

A travel blog entry by naxxer on Aug 05, 2012

40 photos

... amazing to see Du in his almost-hometown!). It made me feel like having a "busy social life"...that after 5 months traveling was strange. Beijing made me feel good, in my experience it has the right equilibrium between fast moving energetic metropolis and old traditional center of the empire. In some of the temples, or in some of the hutongs, the peace was so perfect that you could easily forget all the chaos out in the "real world". But then, ...

Alone in Beijing

A travel blog entry by chrisphillip on Aug 27, 2011

50 photos

... executed, to monumentally bad. Most are in the western style, but several are in the Chinese style and you can see the influences of well known European artists. I’ll leave it to you to decide between the good and bad art.

I’ve done enough walking around and retire to the hotel to write. Around 5 there’s a knock on my door and my ticket to the Peking Opera has arrived, with instructions on when to get a taxi. As usual, ...