P.Loft Youth Hostel

No.29 Paoju tou tiao, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100007, China | Hostel
Prices starting from $18.00

Travel Blogs from Beijing

It's been a week!

A travel blog entry by marakuz


... the most beautiful part, but of course there was more. All of the sudden we walked through an entrance gate thing and through the trees you could see the glimmer of water. And then there was a lake. I had no idea where it had come from but it was stunning and overlooked so much of the city. Don't worry, I took tons of pictures.
Day 7 we waited until 3:30 to do activities. Keep in mind that it's been 100 here basically the whole week which is 10-15 degrees warmer ...

Getting to Know My Professor as a Person

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


This morning, I got up at eight with the hope that I would start on my papers. Instead, I listened to music for a bit before actually getting breakfast. When I went to buy buns, the woman laughed when I asked for tofu. My Chinese needs work still.

I walked to the basement lounge to study Chinese. Then I skimmed my Buddhism book for my paper. Katherine came in and we talked for a bit. I tried to stay focus, but I couldn't. Katherine could not stay on track ...

Giant Pandas

A travel blog entry by lahra


... marching across a concrete quadrangle at the zoo to the panda enclosure- taking photos of a few pandas sleeping- buying some toy pandas from the overstocked shop, and then getting back on the bus. But I stress - for the girls, this was a highlight. After lunch, we took a tour around the Hutong district - the old part of Beijing which has been preserved and done up. Funky bars and restaurants, charming shops and winding narrow alleys give the whole area ...

How not to obtain a Kazakh visa in Beijing

A travel blog entry by dodging_cholera


The starting point of our journey along the Silk Road was Beijing: the sole purpose of our residence here was to obtain the first of the eight visas we would require for our epic journey across Central Asia.

Collectively we had both accrued a total of six previous visits to China's glorious capital and despite the inevitable feeling of familiarity when returning to a well- known city, quite frankly we had already been exhausted of any excitement or delight in ...

Hiking Along One of the Wonders of the World......

A travel blog entry by joe_rosie


... ground level, a toboggan or a cable car - we chose the toboggan as it seemed a lot more fun but just as were got to the front of the queue they wouldn't let anymore people go because it had just started raining which meant the track would be very slippery - we thought if anything it would make it a lot faster meaning it would be more fun. Robert even tried persuading the worker to let us go but he wasn't having any of it. So we had to get the cable car down in the end but even ...

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