Huaxia Hotel

Chunxiu Road, North Gongti Road, Dongcheng District , Beijing, 100027, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Beijing Day 2

A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah


... does not do it justice. It is not a palace, it IS a city. It has parks visible in the distance to the north and it's a 25 min walk from one end to the other not including navigating the hoards of local tourists fighting each other for photos. Most big buildings are closed but photgraphable if you can shove your way to the front. Fortunately in China I am taller than most people over the age of twenty so only needed to be three rows back to get shots. That said I needed ...

Almost finished registering at BLCU

A travel blog entry by rebecca-thomson

... little worried I won't do as well as I could/should because it's been a few months since I've been in a Chinese class. We'll see I guess.

My whole banking thing isn't done yet because I still have to visit two more people and when I tried to visit they were on lunch break (seriously, lunch break in China is like 2 hours) so I just decided I will go back tomorrow.

My ...

I'm Off!

A travel blog entry by louielou


... city. It took us quite awhile to walk there but we saw so many interesting things on the way, including the forbidden city, the main museum, and the railway museum before we found the market. The food market was full of everything you were and weren't expecting. They had typically things like, duck, dumplings, noodles, bubble tea and sticks of meat, starting from usual things like beef, chicken, lamb, fish, squid, prawns etc, to the more interesting - silk ...

Tsinghua and Silk Street

A travel blog entry by ricao


... a lot of food in the US, but a lot of money only gets you a little in China. I never really liked Yoshinoya in the US, but I thought it tasted a little better over here.

The next day was a pretty great day. There was no afternoon activity planned so that meant that I had the afternoon off. With my free time, I decided to make a trip to the Silk Market to try to do some shopping. The Silk Market is one of the more touristy shopping centers ...

Surviving a Chinese stopover

A travel blog entry by damienmathews


... Fortunately, my
driver Louis was still waiting at the arrivals gate. I’d found him on the
Internet, he’d agreed to drive me from the airport to the village (whose name
no one has heard of – Louis only found it when I gave him its GPS co-ordinates)
for around $100.

On the road, Louis asked me why I wanted to go to an isolated
village in the middle of the night. Conscious of the illegality of my plans, I
made up a story ...


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