Ao Hai Huang Du Hotel

No.2 Wangfujing Street, Beijing, China | Hotel
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Beijing

A travel blog entry by siyaya on Jun 27, 2014

5 comments, 14 photos

... sunrise and sunset the troop of soldiers march – at precisely 108 paces per minute, 75cm per pace! The Chinese are very "disciplined"!

The Lama Temple is the most important Tibetan Buddhist temple in China (outside of Tibet itself) and we were lucky enough to be there on the one day of the month when the monks hold a ceremony. (Our guide who regularly does this venue said that he had only seen it twice before!) There was much ...

Quality Time with Others

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Dec 08, 2013

12 photos

... reviewing for my Chinese final! So proud of myself for getting started since I would not waste time tomorrow with my tutor. Karena was so nice to answer any questions I had on Chinese. Sara and Karena were busy working on their papers.

Sara told me that I needed to visit her and Karena in California. I hadn't been there since eighth grade. That state was always fun every time I vacation there. Now, I have a perfect reason to go there ...

Beijing Opera & Innerds Soup

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo on Aug 12, 2013

6 photos

At about 8:30 my roommates got up. I was still in bed at 8:47 when I got a phone call to tell me I had a class in 10 minutes. Uh, ok. Apparently, they forgot to let me know ahead of time. Today I had one student, a 12-year-old girl in middle school. I guess a couple more students will join the class tomorrow. So I will be teaching for my remaining weekdays until I go home.

Some of the guys that just came back from camp went to the Great Wall today. I could have gone, but I knew ...

Hutongs and sleeper trains

A travel blog entry by silencespeaker on Apr 22, 2013

... ride bicycles, electric motorbikes or rickshaws. We were taken on a rickshaw ride, a guide accompanying us on bicycle. She explained that extended families often live together. There's a large belltower that used to ring at 5am to get people up for work, and again at night. You can tell a family's social status by the number of beams over the house (0, 2 or 4) and all doorways have ...

The First Week

A travel blog entry by patickdb on Sep 08, 2012

2 comments

... and I usually eat biaozi (steamed bun dumplings) filled with meat and a glass of warm soy milk (this has really grown on my).
The campus itself is quite beautiful. The only weird thing is there are no sidewalks. You walk on the street and constantly have to watch out for traffic. Other than that it is very comparable to an American university. Oh, and there are guards at all entrances of the campus and they will ...

Location

This hotel, located in the 王府井 area of Beijing, is near Great Wall at Mutianyu, Big Bell Temple (Da Zhong Si), Temple of Enlightenment (Da Jue Si), and Friendship Store.
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