Viviane Hostel

No.56 Dongxinglong Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100062, China | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Can't Wait for the Adventure

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny

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... I so did not want to go to class because of my cold, but I knew I had to.

For the rest of the morning, I drank the hot coco Greer gave while I was doing Chinese homework in the lounge. Natasha later entered the lounge to do her Chinese homework. She revealed that she lived in Lebanon for a while, so she could learn Arabic.

So far in my study abroad experience, I have met people who have plenty of worldly experience. They have ...

Beautiful hutongs and modern architecture

A travel blog entry by annemariehellem

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... helps to keep it clean. Dinner time meant of course to look for the fullest restaurant in the hutong, as they would have really good food. This is always an experience as we lack any Chinese language skills. So going around the different tables and point to what you think looks attractive. For the kids was this true Chinese: drinking guys, spitting on the floor, food all over the place and in the end a ...

Status - Chinese worship money

A travel blog entry by atw80-wre

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... about the choice of food Benson had made, as it covered most of my favourites. Numerous starters were followed by Beijing duck as main course, then a vegetable soup, duck bone soup, dumpling and a spicy-peanut-noodle soup. You can imagine how stuffed I felt. I wonder, whether we are still on a management training programme or an eat-as-much-as-you-can training for a new world record. No matter what, it is great fun and I highly enjoy the great foods we can ...

Back in Beijing after some years

A travel blog entry by steffen102

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... turned out that we only had two hours before our return to Beijing and that the climb to the wall via stairs would have taken at least 30 minutes, i.e. a full hour round-trip. So we had to actually pay 80 Yuan (10 euros) for a round-way ticket with a cable-car that connected the bus-parking spot with the actual wall. Oh well, what are you gonna do about it...

Up on top of the wall, we had the full excitement of rain and fog. Taking pictures of the wall was quite challenging as ...

Seeing through the silk

A travel blog entry by guidesobecki

... park with
Chinese-styled temples scattered along the paths, and you have Peking
University. The most modern building was the expansive library, which
turned out to be one of the largest in mainland Asia. Unlike BNU
where we were VIPS, we had to hand over our passports (I'm serious)
to the front desk and pay a small fee for one-day-only library
passes. Not only is this library a for-profit attraction, they make
sure we can't leave the country without turning in ...

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