Wangfujing Youth Hostel

Address: No.21 Xitangzi Alley, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100006, China | Hostel
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This hostel, located on No.21 Xitangzi Alley, Dongcheng District, Beijing, is near Great Wall at Mutianyu, Big Bell Temple (Da Zhong Si), Temple of Enlightenment (Da Jue Si), and Shin Kong Place.
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Bored... bored... bored - got better!

A travel blog entry by spersephone on Dec 08, 2014

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... That was the one that mostly relaxed me. She was firm, but mostly not too much. I could feel waves of relaxation going through me, and in the end I did feel much better.

We made our way back in a taxi with Ashely, who had to run off to class, and now I'm contemplating what to have for dinner, considering it's getting pretty late.

Ended up having a meeting about our group presentation, then Eve and Jasmine offered to come with me to get some food. In the ...

And so to China

A travel blog entry by samhanson on Mar 26, 2013

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... be cleared onto the plane in Dubai that morning. Thankfully no issue. Our Doctors certificate that had hastily been translated by Josephine on Saturday was not required so it transpired. The airport is vast and noticeably polluted. As it was quiet we sailed through and were met at arrivals by the ever smiling Fan who is to be our guide while in Beijing. Another hairy journey to our hotel as there is so much traffic - 6million cars in Beijing... that's more ...

Oh Travels

A travel blog entry by kristafreitag on May 01, 2012


... t know what to do and I couldn't lose her! She continued to follow me as I hiked the wall.

Let me tell you about the Wall and then I'll finish my story about the Chinese lady. The Wall is in decent shape. It was a beautiful day and absolutely perfect for hiking. However, it was quite the workout. The Wall follows the shapes of the hills so you go up and down and up and down. There are many steep stairs and stairs which are about a foot and a half high. For my ...

Weapon of Choice: Umbrella

A travel blog entry by digsy on Jun 08, 2011

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... gone. Fortunately it seems not even the Chinese government equates queue jumping with political dissent and we were left alone to tour the City unharmed. 5-2.

Oh yes, the Forbidden City. Honesltly, I found it all a bit "meh". It's huge, and some of the architecture is amazing but it's also kind of ridiculous and badly structured as an historical centre and very very empty. We walk from one huge courtyard to the next each with a single building in the ...

My Coming of Age on the Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by wandertrust on May 24, 2011

3 comments, 170 photos

... was my fear of heights, my suspicion of judgement, my anxiety and stress. I was fully, completely, spontaneously TJ, eternally liberated from that first moment of reaching the wall. I climbed quickly and accurately without a single miss-fall, and looked back at my weary and tired friends, or, at least the ones that WERE weary and tired were behind me. I’d gone back to the picnic spot momentarily to set something down after walking about 50 feet, and returned to pass a ...