Hainan Tower

Address: No.188 Anding Men Wai Street, Dongcheng District , Beijing, 100011, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Tien' Amin Square, the Great Wall, and much more

A travel blog entry by skyenicolel on Feb 04, 2015

1 comment, 14 photos

... city rapidly faded beneath us in less than 30 seconds. I was going to try to take a nap but ended up not doing that because the stewardesses came around with lunch. It was only a two hour flight to Beijing so I was really surprised especially since I didn’t even get a bag of nuts on the five hour flight to Sand Diego. I had no idea what half the things on the tray were but I ate them. Even though the most satisfying thing on the tray was a roll, I still enjoyed my first ...

Day One

A travel blog entry by spersephone on Dec 01, 2014

32 photos

... and parts of the lake that were frozen, although not solid enough to skate on. Apparently at some times of the year they can! We went into the library and the art museum, then went onto the Welcome ceremony, presided over by Dr Tang. We were very grateful to the staff and students who made us feel very welcome. We then went to a restaurant on the campus for a special lunch, which was very high quality, in our own private dining room, with beautiful table ...

Very Little Time Left

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on May 15, 2014

6 photos

... males majoring in the sciences. I wanted something different. I was lucky to get Mike, who was brand new this semester to TBC. He was so sweet when I met him our first night; he was more than willing to help me with whatever. Whenever I needed help, Mike would be more than gladly assist me.

Thinking all about this makes me smile. Forever grateful to have the opportunity to study abroad for a year. I am coming out of this journey with great friends and amazing stories.

Laowai in Beijing

A travel blog entry by rebecca-thomson on Sep 05, 2013

... and read seemed to show a consistent theme of if someone isn't fluent in Chinese it's okay, the locals don't really mind and are just happy they are tyring to learn type-thing. This has NOT been my experience at all, in fact the (few) people I've come in contact with just seem frustrated at me because my language skill isn't quite there yet. I hope I don't have to deal with this the whole 5 months I'm here...

So yeah I'm definitely missing Canada right about now.

Churches and Temples

A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Mar 17, 2013

1 comment, 26 photos

... of. I had thought that we were through the coldest period, so we were surprised when a winter wonderland replaced the dirty streets of BLCU. I left for class early, and took pictures of every little thing--- I think it is a well-known rule that everything looks better with snow on it. I was sorting through my pictures and realizing how overboard I went. Oh well, in 20 years I'll never have to wonder what the gutter looked like with snow. The snow ...