Eastern Morning Sun Youth Hostel

Address: East Building, Oriental Plaza, 8-16 Dongdan Santiao, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100005, China | Hostel
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    Day 155. Seoul by foot

    A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Jan 30, 2015

    6 comments, 19 photos

    ... stamped, but eventually, we were in! Once into the arrivals hall we got pestered by people offering to taxi us. David had already done his train research and planned our route. It was only £2.50 each, fast and took us within 25 minutes walk of our hotel. (DaveO finishes today's blog. I can't blame Jinners for being fed up after the error!) Finding the hotel wasn't 100% simple, but we still managed with zero (hurrah) wrong turns. Many of the streets ...

    Day 6 - A Bullet with Our Name on it !

    A travel blog entry by meraz on Jul 31, 2014

    15 photos

    ... in our room, which made completing my games of internet chess very tricky. From our bedroom windows we had a nice view of Xian from 12 floors up. Xian was meant to have good feng shui, as it was set with mountains to 3 sides, and was easy to defend. I wasn't sure about that, but it did have relaxed and pleasant feel after Beijing.

    Wendy, still apologetic for her late arrival upgraded our dinner ( I think) to a 16 course dumpling banquet. This was ...

    Helpful Strangers

    A travel blog entry by california_66 on Mar 22, 2014

    3 photos

    Beijing would have to be the friendliest city that I've travelled in or maybe the locals took pity on a hapless traveller. I love arriving in a foreign city and immediately negotiating the trains. I set myself the challenge of traversing Beijing on arrival to my hotel; I almost succeeded. Firstly it was a breeze through customs, locating my bag and finding the express train into the city to link to the subway. I negotiated the equivalent of a metcard ...

    Dragon Lady: Tears of Fury

    A travel blog entry by kitkatgo on Aug 19, 2013

    4 photos

    ... lines and everything. She planned a spa day for us. We went to a spa that her parents belong to as members. She got her hair cut while I got a one-hour message, after a wonderful shower (it was so clean!).

    Then I got my hair washed. Doesn't sound exciting, I know. But they do it with you sitting in the chair. They message your head and shoulders too. Then you go over to the bowl and it gets rinsed out. Also they do this water technique that is hard to describe...this wide ...

    Lama temples

    A travel blog entry by nmaskus on Oct 07, 2012

    21 photos

    ... each represents a different aspect of life, either past present future, wealth, wisdom, medicine or what have you. The different phases of Buddhism are represented in each temple. The peaceful spirituality makes the temple my top site in Beijing. You feel at peace with all the commotion of the city. It was a welcome relief after the hectic forbidden city. We leave the lama temple ...