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 Grumpy gate guard

    A travel blog entry by nicci442 on Aug 16, 2014

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    ... said the gate guard did not care. We sat for a while contemplating our options when finally we decided to stay outside beijing for the night and see if the gate guard would be in a better moood the next day. The next morning we returned to the gate and my translator when up once again and requested permission to enter the city but once again we were not allowed inside the translator said ...

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    A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Apr 16, 2014

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    ... area, planned to allow over one million people to be able to gather here, (ideally) to hear pronouncements by the Communist Party. It is certainly a natural gathering place for protestors, as it is large, central, and just a block from the central government buildings and the Forbidden City.
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    A travel blog entry by shannonmorrall on Aug 13, 2013

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    ... and our tour guides for the day Terri and Jill. We had about fifteen dishes served to us, some delicious, some not so delicious, and the total cost per person ended up being 40 kuai. All that food was less than eight U.S. dollars! I like it. Dinner was supposed to be another Western food, but the pizza they served us still tasted Chinese. It wasn't bad, just different. It's going to take some time for this picky eater to ...

    Tian'anmen Times

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    After our late arrival we took a taxi to Sunrise Hostel; where we planned on staying for three nights. Catherine had stayed there back in November, and had recommended it to me a friendly, well priced and well situated for some of the main sights and for the metro. It was almost 3am by the time we checked in, meaning that we disturbed our two roomies when we were shown to our rooms; but not for long as we wasted little time in getting to bed.