Wangfujing Youth Hostel

No.21 Xitangzi Alley, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100006, China | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the 灯市口 area of 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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Happy in the Hutongs

A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Jan 16, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... they got out there was much oiling of bodies etc. I was wrapped in my long coat, gloves and hat so couldn't imagine how cold the water would be. There were also many playing cards, chess and mahjong in the park and other areas of the frozen lake had skaters gliding swiftly. We came to a walled garden, once occupied by Soon Ching Ling (Madame Sun Yat-Sen). It was open to the public but it was getting late so we passed on entering.

When we came out from this area my map showed ...

Lamasery, Confucian Institute, Olympic Site...

A travel blog entry by ahillerman1 on Jun 04, 2012

2 comments, 35 photos

... and insisted we eat our duck wrapped in the pancakes and in sesame bread. We were very grateful she did. We had little duck "fajitas" and duck "sandwiches". So yummy! Mrs. Thornton even tried it! Way to go! I think this was my most favorite meal of the trip!! Right up there with the Szechuan dinner. Can't believe our time in Beijing is almost over!:( looking forward to the Great Wall tomorrow and the train ride to Shanghai on ...

Beijing - Kathmandu

A travel blog entry by stevemarson on Jul 22, 2011

53 photos

... trains, planes, buses, etc., if it weren't for our guides, and finding safe food is made possible thanks to our guides. I can't say I've felt perfect after every meal but I've been relatively healthy. I still nervously eat my meals, and hope that all will be good. Jess has had no problems, apparently she's tougher than me. A small list of available items on a typical menu include: turtles, snakes, rats, frogs, eels, asian carp galore, baby ...

Happy Spring Festival and New Year =)

A travel blog entry by missly on Feb 06, 2011

46 photos

... learned, for the lantern festival, go to Guangzhou!

It was a treat to experience the Spring Festival in China. There is definitely nothing like it in the world. Walking down the street seeing fireworks blasting, eating a full pigeon on a stick, and seeing lanterns lining every establishment from Wal-mart to the nail salon down the street. May the year of the rabbit be full of success, fortune, happiness, and good health for you, your family, and everyone you love =)


Hola! Er... I mean Nihao!

A travel blog entry by fullmoon on Sep 17, 2010

1 comment, 5 photos

... Very interesting… But we’re talking about TONS of food left on these dishes – I don’t get it.

After filling our bellies, we went for another little walk around the neighbourhood, deciding to try and find a spot to relax over a nightcap as we were both wide awake, knowing that we likely wouldn’t fall asleep for some time. We passed a few pubs and cafes in our area, some with live music (very loud, sounded worse than karaoke, live music) and some with ...