Haige International Hotel

Address: No.20 Xuanwumenwai Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100052, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Chilling in Ulaanbaatar, Busy in Beijing

A travel blog entry by rolandandlizzie on Oct 02, 2015

35 photos

So after getting back from the Ger we had two days left in Ulaanbaatar. We decided to have a chilled few days, do our washing, more route planning etcetera in preparation for the China tour. Our hostel (Golden Gobi) was decent so made sense to spend some time in. UB is a nice city and the people are really friendly, if occasionally a little shocked to see a white person. In other news we downloaded a pedometer when we left London - to date we have done 160miles worth of ...

The Beijing Hutongs Tour

A travel blog entry by sara.charles on Apr 19, 2015

4 photos

... birds, fish and a lizard. My favourite was the lizard and Mr Liu put him on our shoulders! His courtyard was full of his animals, it was like a petting zoo. And that was the end of our Hutongs tour. Overall it was really enjoyable and exciting. Frank was a great guide, and it was awesome to see how other people live. We had dinner at Mr Shi's Dumpling, and wandered back home. It was a lot of fun, and by the end of it everyone was very exhausted. ...

Final day in Beijing

A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Oct 09, 2014

1 comment, 79 photos

... collapsed. He became a factory worker for 20 years until the factory was closed. We lost some of his story in translation but not his emotions. It was our first exposure to understanding how brutal and disruptive the re-education process was to every family that wasn’t a farmer. The farmers loved Mao and his revolution for the land that was available to farm without landlords. But it ruined many other lives.

We had checked out of the Marriott in the morning so ...

The end of the road

A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Jan 26, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

Re-reading over my very first blog for this trip, I can hardly believe how quickly this time has gone. When I arrived in Beijing in late February, I was a bundle of nerves, apprehension, excitement and hope. Now I'm leaving here, feeling a similar range of emotions for returning home.

Packing to go back home was quite exhausting. Trying to pack my life up into a bag was really hard. I have no idea how I'll cope when I have to move houses! ...

Introduction to Beida

A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Jun 17, 2013

2 comments, 27 photos

... Stanford students kindly explained what was going on after the seminar finished, so Najung and I (the only ones without the language capability) didn't feel too behind.

We were free to go following the lecture, so Siliang (one of the Stanford affiliates) led us around campus to where we could add money to the international student ID cards for the dining halls. We decided to sit at one of the university cafes and relax for a bit. ...