Fang Zhuan Chang Antique Courtyard

Address: No.6 Fangzhuanchang, Di'Anmen Wai Street, DongCheng District, Beijing, China | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Great Wall and I mean great!!!

A travel blog entry by marie.channer on Oct 23, 2014

2 comments, 39 photos

We had prearranged a tour through Catherine Lu Tours for the Great Wall. We were met by our your guide (Lui or Leo) at our hotel at 8am. He took us to our car where our driver was waiting to take us out (they opened and shut the doors for us- we felt like royalty!! Well I did anyway!!)

After a two hour drive we arrived at the drop off point and we're told we'd be met by the driver at our destination 4-5 hours later. We hiked up the mountain which leads ...

Slow Boat

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Oct 25, 2013

4 photos

... vibe in a good way.

Then, we returned to the lobby. We had to wait for a bit for Robb. He was taking forever to meet us. So, we walked to his place and he was outside his door.

We then took the subway. When we were on a subway, a Chinese guy was talking to Tracey. He said, "Ni shuo zhong wen shuo de mama huhu." Tracey was bursting out laughing. Then the guy said that she spoke English badly. Tracey's jaw dropped. Then Tracey asked him how to say banana ...

Our Last Day (#3) in Beijing: Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by vince_k_moosic on Jul 03, 2013

3 comments, 55 photos

... and everyone got to google at the little dogs.

We then headed to our host family's home, Miss Wu's for lunch. She was an incredible person, 77 years old, having lived in her one room home for 53 years. By blood, she was a princess from the family of the last emperor. She served as a nurse during her working life while her husband, who she lost to cancer, was an Accountant. She is independent and very welcoming. Her ...

Beijing Part Deux

A travel blog entry by vwuertz on Oct 10, 2012

56 photos

... only. On either side of the large gate are slightly smaller gates. The larger of these two gates are for high-ranking officials. The other gate is for relatives. The smallest gate is for lower rank officials. Once on the courtyard, the emperor and his entourage must pass over a bridge. The bridge is organized the exact same way as the gates. Once over the bridge, we reach the Gate of Supreme Harmony, then the Hall of Supreme Harmony. This ...


A travel blog entry by chloecd on Jul 01, 2012

2 comments, 15 photos

... which I suppose used to be the Emperor's summer house. The most impressive is the Pagoda of Buddhist Incense, but it was an absolute trek to get to, as we didn't realise that you could get in at the top (where we already were) so walked the whole way down to the bottom of the hill, and back up inside the Temple of Buddhist Virtue - which is where the Pagoda is. The views from the pagoda were beautiful, but unfortunately quite misty. I did take pictures from ...