Fulai Farmhouse

Address: Shitanglu Village, Shicheng Town, Miyun County, Beijing, 101500, China | Hostel
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This hostel is located in the 密云 area of Beijing.
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

One Fine Day

A travel blog entry by peteindira on Nov 03, 2013

38 photos

... Simatai, where we plopped down in the sun for a well earned meal of dumplings leftover from yesterdays cooking class. With the day winding down it was time to head back down to the real world which welcomed us back with three more hours of honking road rage.

Overall the day was a total win as the Wall delivered one of the most satisfying experiences of the trip that not even our crazy driver could ruin.


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A Visit to The Yonghe or Lama Temple

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Jun 12, 2013

18 photos

... rapidly disappearing but unlike the more touristy hutongs I've seen, these ones are old and run down local residences and shops, almost akin to shanties in parts of Africa. One constantly is aware of the contrasting facets of a city that I continue to find fascinating on a daily basis.
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Egg Fried Lice

A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Oct 08, 2012

384 photos

... Getting the Metro back to the city also gave us another typical Chinese experience. Beijing at rush hour. The Metro was literally jam packed full and there were still more people getting on, luckily the trains all have a rather nice bright computerised line to show which stop you are at and which one is next as keeping track in the chaos would have been a nightmare. Amazingly Tim and I both made it off and had to laugh when we looked back at the platform ...

Day 3- To Be An American

A travel blog entry by rburrows92 on Jun 28, 2012

5 comments, 14 photos

... There were several cafes, some bakeries, a grocery store or two, and then about every type of store imaginable. There was so much stuff, we actually had trouble finding our way out of the mall and onto the main road in Wangfujing. I took some pictures of the view I had when we got outside, but that was after something fascinating happened. As I went to take out my camera, Mitchell and I were approached by two Chinese girls who started speaking to us in ...

Scorpions: Not Just a German Band, but a Food

A travel blog entry by eriklang on Mar 18, 2012

3 comments, 2 photos

... of scam artists; girls who ask if they can “practice their English” with you over tea, then lead you to a place where undesirables demand $300 per cup; ”art students” who try to take you to their “exhibition” then won’t allow you to leave until you’ve bought something, etc. Up until that point, my only avoidance measure was pretending to be French and saying “Non, Pardon, Je ne parle pas ...