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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    Day 21: Beijing (Museum & Cultural Show) - Lau

    A travel blog entry by lauraandemily on Sep 06, 2014

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    ... gymnasts who failed to get a medal ended up! There was lots of balancing, plate-spinning and various feats of athletic ability which definitely defied belief. I think the best moment however was when they got 5 motorbikes into one cage, all going upside down as Emily slowly had a heart attack beside me. After the show, it was a nice walk to the nearest subway station and then back home in time to try and sleep before the noise started up next door ...

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    A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on May 30, 2014

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    ... traffic, we had the chance to see the immense Tiananmen Square, infamous for the repression in China. We turned our heads and we saw the entrance of the majestic Forbidden City, which we hope to visit soon. This avenue is very wide and Soviet style buildings alternate with super modern ones, built for the 2008 Olympic Games, such as the Beijing Theatre.

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    Bustling Beijing

    A travel blog entry by kyliejoe on Aug 01, 2013

    ... to see Tian'namen Square in the centre of the city, this is a very large square in front of a grand building set high up almost on a pedestal, this is very famous in Beijing from the 1989 student-lead demonstrations that took place. This resulted in a military attack to take control, opening fire on thousands of innocent protesters, this became known as the Tian'anmen Square Massacre. The Chinese government have prohibited all forms of discussion or remembrance of this event, ...

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    A travel blog entry by fionacheng on Mar 17, 2013

    2 comments, 36 photos

    ... I spent the afternoon exploring around Dongchen District and the pedestrian Qianmen St. and in the evening I met the seven people in my tour group - two English girls in their mid twenties Emily and Caroline and an Aussie couple in their mid fifties John and Katrina, myself, our tour guide Susan and our guide trainee Grace. It's nice to have a small group and looks like everyone will get along. Susan is from originally from Inner Mongolia and lives in Shenzhen ...

    Day 48 - A little piece of heaven

    A travel blog entry by antonmarsh on Nov 17, 2012

    28 photos

    ... intact. A bit of a tourist part now but still quite authentic. We stopped at a famous steamy bun restaurant and tried a few different buns stuffed with delicious fillings. It was a great lunch supper and we both agreed that steamy buns should be available in SA. So after our busy day we had a snooze before heading off to the theatre to see the production Chun Li: the story of Kung Fu. It was showing at the Red Theatre and was brilliant. It's the story of ...