Dazhalan West Street (Beijing Fourth)

No.56 Qianmen Dazhalan West Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100051, China | Hotel
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All Over the Place

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


This morning, I got up to go to Chinese class.

I was so not focusing in Chinese class due to a headache. My mind was not focusing on the lesson. I could not wait to rush to my room to rest.

Once I got to my room, I rested in bed for a while. A few hours later, I woke up and saw that the time was two. I continued laying in bed until I finally decided to get up.

Laying in bed so long made me get up ...

This will wear you out, or it did us.

A travel blog entry by morewood


... day.

The walk back was relatively easier cause it was sought of downhill with some steep inclines, eventually reached the toboggan ride (about 1k) and enjoyed a quick trip down off the wall.

We travelled 90 mins to the Summer palace (most of it asleep) even though we walked about 3 k we were too tired to appreciate it so caught the subway home and immediately fell asleep for a couple of hours.

Hunger woke us up and we wandered into ...

TOW the snacks and the soft sleeper

A travel blog entry by austrianone


... way to the park. The entrance fee for the park was quite steep (20 RNB no student ticket) considering that I got into the Forbidden City and the Summer Palace for the same price and less, but we still paid and needless to say, like all places in Beijing, this park was very nice and completely clean due to the immense amount of staff.

Unlike other places in Beijing however, you had to pay extra to go basically in all of the houses, which was a ...

From Ancient Walls to Bullet Trains

A travel blog entry by carpediem365


... shoot the enemy, who wanted to attack the city, from the side. On the outer side of the city wall, there are 5,948 crenellations, namely battlements. The soldiers can outlook and shoot at the enemy. On the inner side, parapets were built to protect the soldiers from falling off."

After the trek around the city wall, we visited The Great Mosque. Xi'an has a Muslim population of abt 200K. The city is the beginning of the Silk Road and so ...

Oh God Oh God Just One Of Us Is Going To Die?

A travel blog entry by grubear


... I watched them drop to two… You had to be there, it was rough. It was like taking a verbal beating from a Teletubby. You know, something terrible from something happy. Rose and I are awesome together, but, damn.

Anyway, once we were all there and learning, relations between Rose and I began to warm again, reminiscent of certain periods of the Cold War. Everyone was in varying states of wakefulness, but we got through it. ...


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