Beijing New Travel Hotel

NO.20 JINBAO STREET, DONGCHENG DISTRICT, Beijing, 100005, China | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by anavela


... partner for them to expand their services to the US markets. One of the fundamental differences between the Chinese and US markets is the fact that self-drive is only 18% of the car rental market in China, compared with almost 90% in the west.
Low labor costs, lack of parking in the big cities and a cultural preference for being driven as a sign of status mean explains the difference in the percentage.

After more than one hour listening ...

A Day of Greats

A travel blog entry by g7s22


... is really just the inflated wish price, not the actual price they intend to sell for. So after some debate Sherri decided to try her hand at negotiating. The lady so quickly acquiesced to her price, we then wondered how low she would have gone. However it was a slight high, which we quickly followed up by helping Sophie snag a deal on her trinket. Gail you would love it.

After The Wall our group went to lunch, which was coupled with a ...

Peking duck anyone?

A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri


... and found our hostel. We passed through a couple of poor neighbourhoods on the way that you can only see if you walk everywhere. I could right a novel on things that are wrong about this place but i'll just try to see the positive and appreciate what we have around us.
Now that we settled a bit in Beijing i can tell you a little more about it. I believe China has improved a lot and generally i am quite impressed/happily surprised by the level of hygiene here, i ...

Hangin' in the Hutong and Olympic Park

A travel blog entry by lavernelund


... means back streets or water well in Mongolian. Within the 2nd Ring Road (central city) there are 3000 streets. A street 18-27 steps wide is a big street, 9-18 steps is a small street and less than 9 steps is a Hutong or alley. Bicycles, rickshaws and a single car can navigate these lanes.
Two hundred to three hundred years ago wealthy people built these small houses with many rooms surrounding a courtyard. Beijing was occupied by the Japanese from ...

I've got spurs that Beijingle-jangle-jingle

A travel blog entry by puddlejumpers


... long walk back to the hostel, and crashing into bed.

Monday, September 3rd

The next morning we decided to do the Hutong wandering that was put off yesterday. A quick bite in the hostel restaurant, and we were off! We wandered due west towards the wall of the Forbidden City, and then north along the outside wall. We walked all the way to the north end of the Forbidden City before we actually got a glimpse of the moat, and the ...

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