YHA Beijing

Address: No.5 You An Men Dong Jie, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100053 , China | Hostel
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This hostel, located on No.5 You An Men Dong Jie, Xicheng District, Beijing, is near Forbidden City (Imperial Palace), National Center for the Performing Arts, Yuyuantan Park, and Anantara Spa By The Great Wall.
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing


    A travel blog entry by 2goldfish on Mar 23, 2013

    38 photos

    Today we are off to the Juyongguan Pass to view the Great Wall of China, one of the world's most remarkable sites. Built over 2,000 years ago by Emperor Qin, stretching more than 8,000 km across the top of China as a defensive fortification to protect the empire from invading armies. It is a series of towers connected by walls made of stone, brick, tamped earth and wood. Today only about 30% remains in good ...

    Beijing's Big Hitters with a Family Friend

    A travel blog entry by studt.family on Jul 16, 2011

    131 photos

    ... one worker’s efforts for a whole day. The emperor became enraged at the expense for this wall and ordered Cai beheaded. A few years later a general inspected this section of the wall, declared Lord Cai’s wall to be superior and the late Lord was ...

    Beijing and the city that is no longer forbidden

    A travel blog entry by jessnjing2011 on Jul 14, 2011

    51 photos

    ... ride and got there a little after 2200. We got out the station and walked up the stairs. We were both excited as we saw the Olympics and how majestic the Bird's Nest looked. We got out and it was dark. Hmmm... that's weird. We walked closer and saw the Bird's Nest but not lit up. I asked the guard on duty when the light would come on. He said oh, the lights were turned off at 2150. Oh. That stinks! We saw the Bird's Nest but not ...

    Overnight Non-Sleeper

    A travel blog entry by antandruthybabe on Mar 22, 2011


    ... realised that this train ride wasn’t going to be anything like the civilised splendour that we had got used to on the Shinkansen in Japan.

    We found our designated hard seats (Hard seats are second class, soft seats are first class, of which there were none available when we booked). Hard was about the only bit of the description that applied. The seats were covered with smelly, stained, loose fitting, torn covers. They had the thinnest of cushioning ...

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