Fang Zhuan Chang Antique Courtyard

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

Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by glennieboy8120


... tops.
Large red Doors decorate every entry way and dragons can be seen along with gold knobs.
How amazing to see women in traditional Chinese dress using the latest technology like iPhones.
Speaking of Contrasts - it can be cumbersome dealing with Chinese Squat Toilets. Sanitary conditions in public restrooms are not always optimum. ...

Great Wall, Butt Crack, & Bomb Chicken

A travel blog entry by washylee


... back to Beijing and to make sure Reggie didn't fall asleep for the night we headed for an hour and a half foot and body massage. After we decided to get some bomb chicken it was da bomb! We didn't make it to the night market the night before and decided to head out their tonight. I guess local taxi drivers were not familiar with it so we had to take a rickshaw which froze our face. The night market was filled with exotic food like ...

Beijingers and their food

A travel blog entry by goaliciago


... green veggies and bean curd. She was a great sport. Then the signature dish arrived accompanied by a basket of super thin crepes and small dishes of chopped onions and something green (sorry, not sure what), a bowl of plum sauce, and 2 different plates of duck slices. One duck plate contained a small saucer of sugar and the meat was sliced thin and crisp. The other duck was sliced more thickly and was oh-so-moist and, well, fatty. (Fat duck, you ...

Beijing - Slow start but now loving it.

A travel blog entry by hobo-magic


... and that we lost a bank card, my God its hot out here. Was happy for the air-con in our room.

Woke up on Wednesday and it was a whole new day. Wolfed down the free breakfast. Our hostel is in a Hutong, which used to be everywhere in Beijing but are now only in a couple of square miles of the city. A hutong is basically a collection of tiny alleys, massively interesting to wander around, almost impossible to navigate effectively, hence way we had such trouble finding ...

Beijing Bicycle

A travel blog entry by jadeandrew


... out onto the freeway! On a bicycle! I couldn't believe it! But at the same time it was amazing! She took us on the road between Tiananmen Square and The Forbidden City, through so many gorgeous tree-lined streets and alleyways cycling Beijing is defiantly the way to see the city. Once you get the hang of it, and over the fear of dying, you're pretty safe on a bike. People make way for you, cars go around you and even when you cross ...

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