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

Bruce Lee

A travel blog entry by high5 on Nov 10, 2014

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... just visited their daughter who is teaching English to school children..... pretty cool!!! An American-Chinese guy whose wife was Taiwanese... We both like the american accent and we found him very interesting as he spoke a lot about why China is the way it is. There was a German couple who told us about their time in South America not being very pleasant.... but we are not going there so nothing to scary for us! Lastly an American couple, the ...


A travel blog entry by sammy_moore on May 07, 2014

2 comments, 56 photos

... batted back and fourth and he told us the price was higher because it was peak travel time. We included the tourist information assistant in to our conversation and she helped us to find a taxi for the correct fare of 130 yuan. No pushovers here! The taxi driver dropped us off on a main road and pointed us down a narrow alleyway, which didn't look anything like a hostel area. The only Chinese I knew so far was Ni Hao (hello), Xiexie (thanks), and wo bu dong ( I ...

Beijing - Dirty and Rude

A travel blog entry by wilhelmbryan on Jan 28, 2014

52 photos

... I think after I saw several middle aged women blow snot rockets in a subway station and people blatantly throw garbage on the floor, I was over the country. Unfortunately, for this country the cons outweighed the pros. However, if you do choose to go to China, I highly recommend a guided tour for the major parts. I only took public transport and I made it, but with a lot of frustration and anger. I will go back to China but only to see Hong Kong and Tibet. I’m not sure if I want to see the mainland ...

What a 36 hours!

A travel blog entry by jportelance on Jul 13, 2013

1 comment, 28 photos

... TFC. Ok, good enough, lets go. Our driver, Mr. Ma greets us with a grunt and spends the rest of the day communicating like we're cavemen. Jerry on the other hand taught himself English and probably speaks it better than I do, he is also a walking encyclopedia of Chinese history, "this emperor did this, and this one built that, and the Square symbolizes this, and the reason why that temple has that many columns is this, while the reason that building is placed here is ...


A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Dec 09, 2012

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... in China since its introduction in the 1st century.Although an established presence since the 7th century, Christianity in China declined as a result of persecution during the 10th through 14th centuries. It was reintroduced in the 16th century by Jesuit missionaries. In the 18th and 19th centuries, with the widespread influx of ...