Lucky Family Hostel

Address: No.12 Xinsi Hutong, Dongsi Shi'er Tiao, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100010, China | Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLucky Family Hostel Beijing

Reviewed by alexandmarymac

Comfortable and good location

Reviewed Aug 15, 2013
by (1 review) , China Flag of China

The staff was helpful and the room was comfortable. Wifi was strong on the first floor but weakened as you moved up to the third flood. There was a breakfast each morning which consisted of coffee, tea, oj, and thick toast. Location is very good and near many restaurants.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Lucky Family Hostel Beijing

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Beijing

Rejsebrev 5 - Kina - Beijing - Muren

A travel blog entry by j.knudsen on Sep 07, 2014

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Wulingyuan har været en fin oplevelse på trods af vejret. Jeg får køkkenet til at lave proviant til den forestående togrejse til Beijing. - 25 timer - Men må vente længe på bus nr 2, der skal køre mig til busstationen. Det er en typisk kinesisk bybus, der bestemt ikke er bygget til folk af min størrelse. Den er bestemt heller ikke indrettet til …

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... Beijing accented English. I shoot him a grin.

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A travel blog entry by scotteluv on Jul 04, 2011

14 photos

... style restaurant: we ate a meal of frog, pig's blood and intestines, chicken, soup and fish! There were a lot of courses and everything very spicy and sumptuous!

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A travel blog entry by marzieh on May 23, 2011

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... time in Taiwan, in Mandarin, 'lu' and 'jie' both mean 'road' or 'street'. I looked across from the square, and there it was, 'Qianmen'... perfect! I crossed the street and started heading into the street. I didn't get very far before I was sufficiently creeped out though, telling myself this rather dark street dotted with construction sites couldn't possibly be the same street I'd looked up on Google Streetview. Had it been day ...

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A travel blog entry by beechhill on Mar 17, 2011

3 comments, 6 photos

... but it was the whoosh sound is what caught my ear. I thought it was just a train heading in the other direction, so I turned to the window to see what I could see once it had passed, but it went on for a while. The passing train turned out to be a tunnel that went on for several minutes after I finally checked my watch and put on my glasses.

High speed this is not, but we seem to travel a steady 50-60 mph. We stopped at three railroad stations for 2-3 minutes before ...

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