Chang Gong Hostel (Emperor Guesthouse)

Address: No.11 Ying Tao Xie Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100055, China | Hostel
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

The greatness that was Beijing

A travel blog entry by thehales on Jun 04, 2015

7 comments, 33 photos

... Wicked!! We are on the Great Wall of China, we are parched + the sun is poking it's head out from the clouds and it is hot and we are carrying the safest water in the world. We start mentally preparing for the fact that we may not have water for the rest of the journey.  We push on and find some Mongolians selling water on the wall - I could hug them, but I don't. We skull some water and push on to the end. The scenery is beautiful, the story ...

Day 23: Beijing (Shopping!) - Laura

A travel blog entry by lauraandemily on Sep 08, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... We now went off to Qianhai Lake in search of food, where we ended up having a long conversation with the family at the table next to us. There were definitely some interesting family dynamics going on between the son and step-father! After lunch our destination was the Nanluogu Xiang shopping street, however we did get a bit side-tracked by a stall selling amazing looking juices with dry ice in them. Obviously a bit over-excited we bought some ...

Day 18: Gallery Opening

A travel blog entry by kari_middendorf on Jun 22, 2014

... since we had just met and he now considered us his friends. We admired his artwork and his two rescue cats, one who was constantly playing with the bottom of my dress, and then thanked him profusely as we returned to the gallery.
We made it back to the gallery and a famous photographer had shown up while we were gone. He was admiring our artwork and invited us to see his studio after our gallery was finished. Everyone was having a wonderful time, meeting ...

Day 3 - The Summer Palace

A travel blog entry by bakes31 on Sep 10, 2013

5 photos

... onion and garlic and anything else you can imagine. The northern version are deep fried and they are literally dripping with fat. Unfortunately this means that when you pick them up with chopsticks, they just fall apart. After eating our weight in dumplings, the bill arrived. I was worried at first when it read 33 yuan, briefly forgetting the exchange rate. I then realised that this was 3.30 between us. I like this country.
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The Most Valuable Chinese Commodity: Chinese Food

A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Apr 09, 2013

1 comment

... Stephen, Dylan, Jake and I dubbed it the “Sichuan Fanguanr” or Sichuan Restaurant, simply because it has a lot of spicy Sichuan dishes. Stephen loves spicy, and the rest of us didn’t mind too much, so Sichuan Fanguanr was where we ate every other weekend. (Alright, maybe not that often, but it has been well frequented.)

A staple item on our table is the kung pao chicken—it’s just too good to pass up! Other favorites are the pumpkin ...