Dazhalan West Street (Beijing Fourth)

Address: No.56 Qianmen Dazhalan West Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100051, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Bad “Weather” Brings Bad Tidings

A travel blog entry by 60daysinchina on Oct 24, 2014


I have been dreading writing this post since the day the events occurred. This was my last day in Beijing and it was by far the worst day of the trip. It was filled with bad news from home, bad news from the local hospital and the worst "weather" of the trip. I had planned to sleep in and get some rest before getting caught up on my blog and then a trip to the zoo to see the pandas. When I awoke, I checked the “weather” and saw that ...

Day 2: Beijing

A travel blog entry by nelkin on Apr 15, 2014

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... surrounded a tall golden statue of Buddha, probably three or four meters in height. Some people who entered the temple did some sort of prayer ritual on colorful pillows at Buddha's feet. Savannah and I decided to just sit outside the temple and enjoy the view, and, as per usual, several people stared at us, incredulous at seeing foreigners. I'm not sure why, seeing as at least a quarter of the people touring the temple were foreigners, but I guess Savannah and ...

Smog, Spitting and Snakes on a Stick

A travel blog entry by zoeandnick on Feb 22, 2014

... mantises and even live scorpions on a stick. I couldn't face any of that, especially the poor seahorses, but Nick and I did try a snake kebab, which was surprisingly good. This was followed by the relatively conventional deep fried ice cream, which I'm surprised Scotland hasn't thought of yet. This country is crazy but I love it.
Tomorrow we go to the Great Wall, and the next day we take on a mammoth 22-hour train journey to Zhangjiajie. I really can't wait! ...

The Center of Chinese Civilization

A travel blog entry by rosinski218 on Jun 08, 2013

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... pulled out a bag of peanuts as payment and the guy's mood immediately changed. He let us pass and it only cost us peanuts as the saying goes. In total it took us 7 hours from the start of our hiking to reach the other village. After a long day we headed back to Beijing for some cold beers. One last fact; Jordan did some research on where we hiked and supposedly it was the steepest most dangerous ...

Horking, chicken feet and being the freakshow

A travel blog entry by mchawkrighttrip on Nov 23, 2012

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... and narrow streets. Now most are being torn down because they aren't great uses of space so highrises and highways are being put up instead

6) Everyone rides a bike, scooter or electric bike. Most have trailers for groceries.

Our hotel isn't exactly a hotel. More like a hostel; we have three single beds. When we arrived it was around 8 am but we slept till 2 so we wouldn't pass out from exhaustion. Then we went out for lunch at a noodle place and learned ...

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