Dazhalan West Street (Beijing Fourth)

No.56 Qianmen Dazhalan West Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100051, China | Hotel
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Seeing Llama Temple One Last Time

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... A minute later, I found the Llama Temple.

It was crowded. Didn't expect people on a Tuesday. So many Chinese and foreigners there.

I got the student discount; the ticket was twelve RMB (two dollars)!

Walking around the Llama Temple was surreal. People were praying. I felt out of place a bit because I was clueless about the Buddhist practice.

Confession: I haven't been to temple since elementary school. I am a bad Buddhist.

Day 31 - Olympic Park & Peking Duck!!

A travel blog entry by costin


... ordering dumplings. The dumplings in this restaurant weren't quite as refined as most that we have had, but they were very tasty. They were much bigger than normal and had been fried so that the bottom went really crispy and had a lot of the juice from the filling fried into it. For once, the filling was beef rather than the usual pork - it was like having a mini burger in each dumpling. They were excellent, but very greasy, making today a ...


A travel blog entry by meganlang


... cab, which is a nightmare in Beijing, we chose to master the subway system. Little did we know, the subway system in Beijing is super clean and extremely efficient. We ran into some New Yorkers on our way and it felt great to speak English and have someone besides David not look at me with the expression “huh!?” written across their face. Walking up to the temple the smell of incense engulfs your senses. ...

I climbed The Great Wall of China in heels!

A travel blog entry by lagoeseast


... my Beijing details as the dreaded cold took hold and took hold hard. The kindly staff in the hostel advised me what medicine to take and I just rested up - squeezing in a trip to the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square in between naps.

I have to say I was braced for an altogether different Chinese experience when I arrived in Beijing expecting to be surrounded by spitting locals, chap clad children weeing in the street and lots of pushing and ...

Final Reflections

A travel blog entry by elisehuerta


... language and I can't help but feel like I'm leaving some piece of myself behind). Not to mention my friends. I won't even get into the finality of saying goodbye to friends you will probably never see again in your life.

Anyway, there's lots of more lessons that I won't bore you guys with talking about. Thanks everyone who's been keeping up with this blog for your interest in hearing about my trip in what I'm sure is unnecessary detail ...


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