Huitong Hotel

Address: No.6 Guang'anmen Nei Main Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100053, China | 1 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by gez_skip on Apr 15, 2015

... airlines, the majority of the other passengers were Pakistani. Got to tokyo airport and went in search of jayne who had landed at a different terminal. After big hugs and her telling me that she had my name called out over the PA, wr got cash, and got the train towards thw hostel. I say "towards" strategically. Im good at trains at this stage of my trip, having travelled iver 1000 kilometers at this stage SSince we left moscow. But the tokyo railway ...

Day 1

A travel blog entry by line-plotz on Jun 24, 2014

6 photos

... soy sauce, and add it onto the sheet with some thin, long sliced vegetables. Next, roll up the sheet and eat. It was amazing.

We got back to the hotel and dropped off our luggage, finally settling into the lobby couches and missing the freedom of American wifi. (Only the lobby here has it, and most social media sites are blocked without VPN access from our school). I'm going to sleep after 28 hours awake. Tomorrow will be a bigger day.


Travel blog. Entry 3. Four days in Beijing

A travel blog entry by sarlexpovend on May 09, 2014

8 comments, 73 photos

... cacophony of noise throughout the city. As well as motor vehicles and bikes of all descriptions with bells and horns another sound which proliferates is the loud speaker. One can be heard from most street stalls, transport stations and other businesses and spit out a continuos loop of retinue. This noise and hustle is heightened even more so in the narrow winding passage ways of Beijing's Hutongs such as the one where our hostel could be found. These dusty ...


A travel blog entry by johannakmh on Sep 15, 2013

Everyone had warned me that in Beijing its so polluted that you couldn't see the sky, but I was pleasantly surprised that although the sun was invisible behind the smog, the breathing was the same as London and since I've been in China for long enough to see the seasons change, also relatively cool compared to elsewhere in the geographical basins.

The journey there was horrific. A ten hour train was bearable, although a very devout ...

Blown away (nearly) in Beijing

A travel blog entry by jmfaulkenberry on Mar 09, 2013

1 comment, 22 photos

... 000-75,000 people. A staggering number, right? The biggest change I noticed since my last trip 2007) is the addition of two GIGANTIC digital advertising billboards right in the middle of the square. Seriously? While we were at Tiananmen Square, the conference of the National People's Congress was going on. The People's Congress Hall is the largest such building in the world. It has one hall that can hold 10,000 people and a banquet hall that can host 5,000 for dinner. We did ...