Lanting International Youth Hostel

No.A17 Third Residential Area, Anhua West Alley, Anhua Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100011, China | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Day 20: Travel Home

A travel blog entry by kari_middendorf on Jun 24, 2014

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... of course, this line took much longer. We waited for about 30 minutes before Josť was called forward. When it was my turn the guy took my passport and asked if I had been in contact with any livestock within the last few days, if I was bringing back food (like fresh fruits or vegetables) why I was traveling and where I went for how long. I was pretty nervous, I didn’t want to be held back for any reason. But thankfully the guy waved me through and I met up with Josť and we ...

Beijing

A travel blog entry by alihamilton on Apr 12, 2013

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... by and took pictures next to us. Fisher said it's because lots of the tourists from rural communities have only seen foreigners on TV, so we remind them of movie stars haha.

We walked into the Forbidden City, a huge set of Chinese-styled buildings with shiny glazed-tile roofs and big open courts in between them. It kept going and going, from the 'Hall of Supreme Happiness' to the 'Hall of Preserving Harmony'. All of the buildings had ...

I've got spurs that Beijingle-jangle-jingle

A travel blog entry by puddlejumpers on Sep 05, 2012

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... we had our first restaurant roulette experience, here in Beijing! The hutongs are the ancient streets and alleys of Beijing, most of which have been demolished to make way for the development of the city. There are a few that are still intact (more or less), and that's where we wandered for the remainder of the afternoon. Lunch came at Shannon's sharp eye, noticing a busy little hole-in-the-wall. We went in, to many stares, and sat down. The menu ...

Getting bigger every day.

A travel blog entry by daleville on Apr 27, 2012

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... the top of the building it would be interesting to compare the scenes.The hard part will be to find that video buried somewhere in the attic.

It was also quite smoggy in Beijing and this made it uncomfortable to stay walking outside for long.The cruise terminal is a good one and a half hours drive from the city so if you are heading there make sure that you have your taxi or other transport ...

The National Museum + Lama Temple

A travel blog entry by freya.hopper on Mar 08, 2012

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... People's Congress and are officially naming Hu Jintao’s successor. But I didn’t appreciate quite how much of an impact this would have on the city. The whole city is covered in police and "security volunteers", which, rather than making it feel safer, makes it feel like there is something we need to be protected from. You have to pass through two security checks to get into Mao’s Mausoleum and armed guards stand at regular ...