Zhang Jia Kou Hotel

No.10 A Ande Road Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100011, China | Hotel
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Blue Skies in Beijing

A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle


... to any future visitors - we encountered several piles of human poo on the paths leading to the wall, so watch where you step.

The tour included a fairly decent lunch and cost $55 each. It was well worth it. The guide expected a tip, which is one of the only situations you'll encounter in China where tipping is considered acceptable. Unknowingly, we tried to leave a tip at the first restaurant we ate at, but they chased us down ...

Karena's Bday!

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... after my year in China. Olivia snapped at John that she too was spending a year in Beijing. Our professor laughed and said in Chinese, "John, Benny, and Olivia will be living in Beijing next year."

So happy to know that I have two cool people with me next semester.

After class, I went out to lunch with Bethany, Monica, Karena, Desirae, and Lindsay at a noodle place in the alley outside of east gate. When we were ordering, Desirae had ...

Complexities of Communism

A travel blog entry by kendracassels


... meetings we attended. They could not accommodate us in showing us a demonstration of the TravelSky product – apparently for security reasons, and their answers to questions seemed scripted and skirted what was truly being asked. The whole nature of the presentation spoke to the landscape of China where business dealings are often shrouded in secrecy and corruption.

In direct contrast to our TravelSky meeting, ...

Chikity China the Chinese Chicken

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies

... I was approached by a group of Chinese guys who wanted to make conversation. I'd already been told about how friendly the people are and how they'll just approach you in the street, but it still felt pretty random. We ended up going for tea and food, and I spent several hours with them having decent conversation before making my excuses to leave.The bill wasn't China cheap though, so there's a lesson in there somewhere. There is a tea room ...


A travel blog entry by dawn.meiklejohn


... it you and your spouse are both only children, you can have two children. 5) Everyone has to pay for an education, unless you are very smart and then the state will pay. There are state wide exams in middle school that determine what high school students will attend which pretty much determines whether you get into a top university. 6) There are homeless elderly people, if the one child disappears and doesn't take care of the ...


This hotel, located in the Andingmen area of Beijing, is near Dong Hua Men Night Market.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent