YHA Beijing

No.5 You An Men Dong Jie, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100053 , China | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Mutianyu - Great Wall

A travel blog entry by emilyandjames


... winding around the mountains. We decided to walk in the direction with least people (this was one bonus of the weather - it was pretty quiet so we could get some pictures with noone in). As we went along, we decided the wall was good, not alright. It looked pretty amazing with all the mist and we climbed up some of the watch towers. We met two expats from New Zealand, one of whom new Gainsborough - how wierd is that?! We walked all the way to the end in one direction - it ...

Seeing My Big Sis

A travel blog entry by shoulin4

Today was the final day of Chinese classes. I got up early to plan my route to the bus station. I went to a different restaurant on campus to have breakfast to go online because the internet there was much better, and they were open early in the mornings. Lo and behold, Scotty was there surfing the web. I joined him, and then later Robert walked in. They were actually meeting together to go over some dialogues for class. I told them about my discovery of the ...

2/2 New Year's Eve!!

A travel blog entry by adventurebot


... hostel to walk down to Tiananmen Square. We had heard that there were to be fireworks over the square at midnight. I don't think it ever actually happened, but it ended up being a prime location nonetheless. On the way, we stopped to watch as a man put out a roof that had caught on fire (one can only assume from an errant firework). The man climbed out his window and used a fire extinguisher to quell the flames. This action caused a loud cheer from the large ...

End of tour plus one day

A travel blog entry by asianace206


... In a brief and short breath, he asked for ID, which then I present my passport. He then asked why I specifically needed to enter the embassy. I really had no business there, but I was allowed entry to see Sam receive his passport with his Nepalese visa. Since I did enter the embassy, I was technically on Nepal soil in Beijing, a very unique feeling. While in the embassy, there were artifacts from Nepal including a dagger which Sam hopes to obtain one day, a kukri.

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