Lama Temple International Youth Hostel

Address: No.56 Bei Xin Qiao Tou Tiao, Yong He Gong Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100007, China | Hostel
 
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    A travel blog entry by thehales on Jun 04, 2015

    7 comments, 33 photos

    ... lots of stairs (like China's version of Jacobs Ladder) and full of selfie sticks. What I want to know is, I'm in China, how come I can't find one being sold on the side walk?! I can find umbrella hats, dodgy corn on the cob (I know, we bought one back in Shanghai) and warm bottles of water - but no selfie stick!! Why.  We then head to 'The Birds Nest' - from the Olympics in 2008. This is something I want to get a tour of so we part with ...

    Going A Wall

    A travel blog entry by phungster on Sep 06, 2014

    13 photos

    ... wall even through that dense fog. The view must be more incredible on a clear day!

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    Day 18: Gallery Opening

    A travel blog entry by kari_middendorf on Jun 22, 2014

    This morning we were woken up by Mah pounding on our doors at 5:30 telling us he needed our posters and artists statements so he could go print them. I began to panic, because my poster was nowhere near the level of done I wanted it to be at. Luckily Mah took the time to sit down and talk through my concept with me some more, so I began a new poster, this time with more luck since I had a clearer idea of what I was going for. I hurriedly worked, wanting this to be great now that ...

    Day 5 - The Forbidden City

    A travel blog entry by bakes31 on Sep 12, 2013

    1 photo

    ... of sleep however a 'lady' had boarded the train and despite it being gone midnight decided to entertain the carriage with no less than 2 digital devices (phone and ipad) on full volume - with her singing along as well. To make matters worse she was very short but very wide and was wearing what appeared to be a handkerchief as a skirt. Not a good look and made us both feel slightly ill (especially Kate following her extra spicy pot noodle).
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    The Most Valuable Chinese Commodity: Chinese Food

    A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Apr 09, 2013

    1 comment

    ... Seriously.) To make this dish, buy fresh, long green beans. After cleaning and slicing the green beans, cook them with oil in a frying pan. Do not fully cook them, wait until they get tender and then take them out. Next, heat up the pan and drop in garlic, ginger, and cracked open dried red peppers. You can add more or less of one depending on the desired flavor. (Dylan likes more peppers than I do.) After these three ingredients have been mixed together and really started ...