Tang Fu Hotel

No.A1 Fuxue Alley, Dongsi North Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100007, China | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

It's been a week!

A travel blog entry by marakuz

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... how expensive it is. Afterwards we went to "Old Beijing" the only part of the city where it's similar to what it used to be like in ancient times. It's the most bizarre place I've ever been to. Maybe that's because we were basically in alleys with Wei at night. We were walking through a maze (I felt like I was in Harry Potter the Goblet of Fire). The juxtaposition of the creepy alley ways and knowing that some of the most important government officials lived there was ...

Getting to Know My Professor as a Person

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny

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... class.

It was a fashion moment! The museum had all sort of clothing from each ethnic minority in China. So amazing to see the different patterns and colors! As my professor explained each group, it made me more exciting about my Yunnan trip next semester!

After the museum, we had dinner with our professor and his graduate students joined us. I sat next to a woman named Shirley and a woman who spoke about the Hui in our class. Another person next ...

Giant Pandas

A travel blog entry by lahra

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... foreigners keen to see a part of history. Because this charming slice of the city that was the only way of life here 20 years ago (and probably as recently as 5 years ago) is now gone and part of history. How ironic then that the district is now heritage listed and protected! But the day wasn't yet done. An acrobatic show was next on the agenda, and it was amazing. The kids were astounded and it really rounded out the cultural dimension of this leg of the ...

How not to obtain a Kazakh visa in Beijing

A travel blog entry by dodging_cholera

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... movement into the visa processing room.

Once inside, we were briefly interrogated by a Kazakh official and obliged to complete our own letter of invitation. After a brief sojourn at the bank to pay the meager 140 Yuan visa fee, we were shortly reassured that not only would we soon be in possession of a Kazakh visa but, exceeding all our expectations, they would even try to expedite the processing time from 7 to 4 days at our request!

We left the ...

We leaving, on a bullet train.

A travel blog entry by al_deb_far_east

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... many skyscrapers. We must have passed through at least 10 cities that appeared to be at least as big as Durban. Also, they are building everywhere, so these cities can only grow. We also passed 3 or 4 massive power stations.

With the two stops it took 5 hours for our train to deliver us to Shanghai, about 1300km from Beijing, in absolute comfort, about 100km less than from CT to JHB. It was better than flying.


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