Shuxiang Yuan Hostel

Address: No.135 North LiShi Road, Beijing, 100037, China | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the 阜成门 area of Beijing, is near Beijing Zoo, Prince Gong's Palace (Gongwangfu), Gong Wang Fu, and Hall of Great Harmony (Taihe Dian).
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Onwards and upwards to China

A travel blog entry by larissataylor on Jun 09, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... direction of the airport. Never felt so glad to get out of a taxi before, almost kissed the ground in front of me. I am not sure what the reasoning was for them wanting us to change vehicles but I am glad we stuck to our guns and stayed confident in our choice, maybe they thought they could scam some more money or something being two girls traveling alone. Either way can't fool us. After that incident though we were more than ready ...

Day 24: Beijing (Shopping and Temple) -Emily

A travel blog entry by lauraandemily on Sep 09, 2014

16 photos

... and catch up on some diary entries. 20 postcards done and now with an aching hand and empty tummies we headed north to start our day. Up into the area of Sanlitun- or "Sleazy Sanlitun" as the Lonely Planet calls it, a lot of "massage parlours" turn on their flashing open signs after dark. But this was most certainly not the reason why we came up here. Instead (after slightly getting lost amongst the high rise buildings) we settled into one of Beijing's most ...

Day 18: Gallery Opening

A travel blog entry by kari_middendorf on Jun 22, 2014

... who she was at first. She was super nice and pretty chill, so I didn’t mind. While at the club we had a drink and danced to some crazy techno music. There was a stage that Chelsea got invited up to dance and Sibat later joined her. We had all just about finished our drinks when we noticed Sibat had been taken out by security. We all went out and asked what was going on. Apparently some people had been complaining that Sibat was dancing too wild, but everyone around him ...

Day 2 - Art Scam - Mugged Off!

A travel blog entry by bakes31 on Sep 09, 2013

3 photos

... China. In Beijing, hutongs are alleys formed by lines of siheyuan, traditional courtyard residences. It was very interesting to walk around and see inside people's homes . We got hungry so stopped for a bite to eat, but with no Chinese language skills and no pictures, we struggled to order. I am unsure as to what we ate but it was fine though. We found a ...

The Most Valuable Chinese Commodity: Chinese Food

A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Apr 09, 2013

1 comment

... stand next to the subway. The baozi stand reminded me of the old drive-up coffee places, it’s a simple, white, rectangular stand with a window from which baozi appear. The baozi are stuffed with different types of veggies and (two to four of them) can easily make a meal, depending on how hungry you are.

There are tons more on my food list, but these are the first that come to mind. But do not worry, I will undoubtedly have Chinese food cravings once I return and can cook for all of ...