Fang Zhuan Chang Antique Courtyard

Address: No.6 Fangzhuanchang, Di'Anmen Wai Street, DongCheng District, Beijing, China | Hostel
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      Goodbye Beijing, Hello Suzhou!

      A travel blog entry by jadekitts on Jun 10, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... for its gardens, so they talked to us about them, and how important they are to the Chinese people. It was a bit boring, not because of the content, but because he didn’t speak English, so most of the time was Wei and him talking back and forth and then Wei semi translating it for us. Nature is such an important element to traditional and even modern Chinese life. He talked about how he hopes to show the rest of the world about the importance ...

      And so it began...

      A travel blog entry by chloecd on Aug 20, 2013

      6 photos

      ... t enough space on one train, the appropriate action is just to push until there is room for you - so that's what we had to do for almost every train we got on.

      We have decided that whilst they told us we were in Beijing, we're not really - it's more like saying Luton is in London - yes we're near Beijing airport, but it's probably a 2 hour journey to get to the centre - which actually implies it's more like saying Birmingham is in London. There is a subway ...

      Boundless Beijing

      A travel blog entry by jackdeg on Aug 16, 2013

      18 photos

      ... a few - there are a million ways you can lose yourself amid the hutongs (small alleyways) and tranquil gardens of the city. Just be aware that you're probably being watched on CCTV!

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      China Redefines Huge

      A travel blog entry by fstclair on Mar 31, 2013

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... to burning huge amounts of coal to generate electricity. After a nice long walk we returned to the Marriott by taxi and spent the rest of the afternoon enjoying the our beautiful hotel. Fortunately, we have previously been to Beijing twice and have visited all of the must-see sites - so glad we were able to see them in a relatively pollution-free enviornment. For today - the conditions just didn't inspire us to be outside.

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      A travel blog entry by ricao on Aug 02, 2012

      14 photos

      ... Right next to the pit is a small stand selling incense. A few of the students bought some.

      The rest of the tour consisted of taking us to the various halls of prayer throughout Yonghegong...and there are several. A usual hall consists of a large statue of Buddha with several places on the floor where you can kneel and pray. Our tour guide taught us the proper way to pray, which is to take ...