Dazhalan West Street (Beijing Fifth)

Address: No.86 Qianmen Dazhalan West Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100051, China | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Back in Beijing

A travel blog entry by francis24 on Apr 28, 2015

21 photos

... famous. As you will see in the pictures you can literally buy anything!

I knew in advance that you could buy scorpions to eat but it was really funny seeing my mom's reaction to them. The one thing that did surprise me was that they are actually alive and moving before they are cooked. Much like lobsters! Bruce was very happy about the food and since he hadn't eaten dinner ...

More Beijing

A travel blog entry by aarondewitt on Jul 01, 2014

19 photos

The morning of my second full day in Beijing was spent in temples. First was the Confucian 'temple' ( it was suggested to me that temple isn't the right term for Confucianism, since it's more of a philosophy than a religion). The 'temple' was a very quiet space with very old trees that had been planted hundreds of years ago. It was used by the imperial family to give ...

Goodbye Beijing, Hello Suzhou!

A travel blog entry by jadekitts on Jun 10, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... for its gardens, so they talked to us about them, and how important they are to the Chinese people. It was a bit boring, not because of the content, but because he didn’t speak English, so most of the time was Wei and him talking back and forth and then Wei semi translating it for us. Nature is such an important element to traditional and even modern Chinese life. He talked about how he hopes to show the rest of the world about the importance ...

Bounty Hunting and Bonding in Beijing

A travel blog entry by twoelusive on Sep 12, 2013

4 photos

... way to go. Beijing is like the city to chill in, the streets are full but not heaving, there's some chilled places to eat or drink without paying Shanghai prices and the bus and subways are a steal. (The equivalent to 10p for a bus or 20p for anywhere on the subway). Well, actually in some cases the bus is just free if you don't pay.. But I'm not advertising free transport in Beijing... you are meant to pay! P.S. There was actually no bounty hunting. Who's paying ...

Awesome Beijing

A travel blog entry by markmegan on Mar 17, 2013

3 comments, 5 photos

... days events. The Pearl market in particular really takes it out of you with all the yelling and crowds.

The Great Wall at Mutianyu

We were originally thinking of going to the great wall ourselves, however the hostel had an attractive offer including breakfast, lunch and the ride to and from the great wall at a decent price. This also had the benifit of going with a couple of other people from our hostel.
In the morning ...

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