Jiaotong Hotel

No.3 Waiguan Xiejie Street, Andingmen Wai Main Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100011, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Love is in the air! Oh, no-wait..that's pollution!

A travel blog entry by senorita-tes


... out as a novelty of looking out my window to fireworks, became an annoying backdrop for an entire week...day and night. I was very happy to see the firework stand packing up.

Casey and I spent a really fun and nice first Valentine's Day as an engaged couple. We went to a hot pot restaurant and then a comedy show. The hot pot restaurant was a local one, which means no English menus or waiters. It also means=delicious ...

My Own Adventure

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... out the mall. The mall was very cleaned and modern. It played popular American music. I checked out all the floors, but did not buy anything. After the mall, I went back to campus by subway.

After getting back to my original subway station, I walked to the milkshake place I went to with Mohini and Olivia during orientation week. When I entered, the workers told me they were on break. That made me mad because I really wanted a shake. After leaving the place, I went back ...

Day three in Beijing

A travel blog entry by margiehumphrey


... Hutong via a pedicab (rickshaw) ride where a local family prepared us a meal. Then it was off to learn and experience Chinese tea.

This night ended once again with Amity falling into bed after we watched the Chinese acrobatic show. We ended the day knowing we needed to be ready for an early morning flight at 8am to Changsha. For me this meant we were one step closer to Chenzhou!!!


Boxing & KTV

A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez


Hey everyone,

Sorry for the absence, been really tired & lazy..... but we're back!!

A lot to catch up on, starting with the British Club Bunco morning, no, I didn't know what it was until that day, it's a dice game - it was to raise money for charity & was lots of fun at the Capital Club.

I had my 3rd Internations ladies evening later that week, at the posh LAN club where we went for one of the main events, 20 had registered & 12 turned up, ...

Title: Entry No 4, I love Beijing, but...

A travel blog entry by meiming


... to see 30% or less of nature, you also need to be very tolerant, patient and to be strongly self-confident and of course you need to be able to adapt yourself easily to any situations otherwise...you may not make it. In fact what I am writing here does not apply only for Beijing or China, but for any country you plan to visit. Who ever you are either you physically look like everybody out here or not you will need to be tolerant and self-confident!


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