Dongfang Tianbo Hostel

Address: No.2 Dongheyuan, Andingmen Wai Main Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100013, China | Hotel
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First full day

A travel blog entry by elsabae on Mar 29, 2015

2 comments, 1 photo

... from one machine to another, everyone seemed to have a (different) theory of what to do next. When we finally got through we looked at each other, burst out laughing and asked, "What the heck just happened?"

First stop was the National Museum at Tiananmen Square, which is ringed with boulevards. We came out the wrong subway exit and landed in a "security line" with hundreds of people in it. Pretty sure we weren't suppose to be in it but there was no ...


A travel blog entry by sammy_moore on May 07, 2014

2 comments, 56 photos

... again. How many lives do I have left? We waited for the stragglers on the platform before heading back to the hostel for dinner and Rose and I went to bed. A drunken Rach hysterically came back in the early morning with a helium filled Hello Kitty balloon in tow for Rose- she is crack up! Rose screamed out in the morning with the realisation that she might miss her flight back to England. Once again her alarm had failed leaving her with minutes to get a taxi in time ...

China part 1~ The Great Wall = Speechless

A travel blog entry by vacationista on Nov 04, 2013

14 photos

... The cable car was a great experience. The ride lasts about 15 minutes and takes you to the beginning of the public path. At the beginning you will see signage guiding you in the right direction and many locals selling water and Great Wall souvenirs. When I set foot onto the wall, my eyes welled up. It was a speechless moment where I could not believe I was there standing and inside the Great Wall of China. It was a humbling moment where I looked at the clouds ...


A travel blog entry by jasonandtiff on Oct 16, 2013

5 photos

... did not know of our hotel and we helped the situation little by not brushing up on mandarin prior to departure. we were able to use an offline map to take us to what we thought was our hotel - which turned out to be a construction site. We left the cab, wandered a bit, then hijacked some wifi to find that our hotel was a few blocks over. Jet lagged and a tad disoriented we managed to navigate through evening streets, past merchants and local shops and dodge ...

Beijing here we come!

A travel blog entry by lzarras on May 05, 2013

214 photos

... so sad), centipedes, silk worms, to normal snacks like dumplings and baoze and wraps. The first night we didn’t try anything until we saw one of Scott’s favorite breakfast foods, little fried dumplings. I asked the young man behind the counter in Chinese if that was it, and he was instantly our friend. (We noticed people in Beijing were much more surprised when we spoke some Mandarin. It’s more of a tourist city than Shanghai, ...