Jing An Hotel

Zhongli Xiangheyuan, Zuojiazhuang, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100028, China | Hotel
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Yummy Korean Food

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... the Asian fusion place I usually go to. The new place was nice and we got a hot rice pot (forgot the name). We also shared kimchi, which I missed badly.

As we were eating, Bethany told me about her life as a model in NYC. She explained that she completed her school work as she was modeling. As for living in a model apartment, she said that she lived with five girls in a three bedrooms and one bathroom apartment. She said modeling ...

Temples and Mosques and Exploring

A travel blog entry by christinakrawec


I think I'll have seen every Buddhist Temple in Beijing by the end of this trip.

Today, after browsing the morning market down the street from our hotel, we ventured over to Fayuan Si for another afternoon of browsing the stelae, sculptures, and murals. Most of them, here, were redone recently. Unlike the other temples we've visited, this one is fully functional. People were having ...

Viewing the Presidential Election from China

A travel blog entry by michelleyeager


... Xi made his first speech this past Thursday, November 15, and formally takes over as president this March. A full length article about China's new president can be read here, which provides an interesting account of the switch of presidency. Leading up to Thursday, it was very apparent there was the change of presidency coming up. Beida was asking for student IDs more frequently, even from foreigners, who they normally let in with just a head nod. ...

Day 13- Do You Believe in Magic?

A travel blog entry by rburrows92


... ll be going back to Walmart tomorrow where we're sure to find what we're looking for. We did manage to buy some bowls and chopsticks, though.

That being said, the Great Wall is only two days away! Luckily, I'll be blogging that night so you'll get it fresh after it happens. I'm exhausted now, so I'll leave you with that piece of information and by telling you that I'll be posting pictures shortly. I hope you'll join me again next time.

Robert J. Burrows

Who Climbs The Great Wall Of China On Their B-day?

A travel blog entry by barkerstravels

... great. Chin was fanastic. Extremely knowledgeable and nice young guy…. probably my age. We went to Tianamen Square first which is actually right in front of ht e1st gate/wall of the Forbidden City. Tianamen Square is the largest public square in the world and if you remember the man and the tank pictures from the communist revolution… this is where that took place.

Then under the 12 lane road to the Forbidden City. It is huge… 4 ...


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