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

The day we were swept up in a human tsunami.

A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne


... times one was literally moving a step at the time and very slowly at that. You just got on with it. No place to look at views or contemplate but a steady movement forward. At times the wall was very steep indeed and had it been a bit wet I am sure it would ave been very slippery and quite dangerous. I was pretty good at weaving in and out between people who suddenly stopped dead to take a photo or did something else completely unexpected. ...

Day 14 - Tianamann & Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by kimrichings


... of houses & shops, workshops, very narrow alleys where even more people live on top of each other. This is a really long street and its quite a long walk back to our hotel. Quite an eye opener and a complete comparison to the business centre area around our hotel.

It's been along day walking and our hotel is so lovely Ian & I decide shower & changed and eat in the restaurant, there's an all you can eat buffet for £17 each, it was lovely.
A really nice end to the ...

TOW the snacks and the soft sleeper

A travel blog entry by austrianone


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When we stepped out of the hostel we noticed that it was pouring and due to the height differences, it was not easy to share umbrellas. That meant that, after making it one month without buying one, on my last day in Beijing I caved in (at least not due to sun but to rain bust still) and bought an umbrella.

We then trusted Karlie’s sense of direction, my map, and Stephan GPS, and for the first time in ages, we didn’t get lost ...

From Ancient Walls to Bullet Trains

A travel blog entry by carpediem365


... And one doesn't know where the water to cook and clean originated. Most of the vendors know enough English to accomplish a transaction and I was able to purchase some figs and dried apricots. My evening meal can wait until I get back to the hotel.

This morning Raphael picked me up at nine o'clock. We went straight to the old city wall where he set me up with a bike ride around the fourteen kilometer circumference. It took about 75 minutes ...

Oh God Oh God Just One Of Us Is Going To Die?

A travel blog entry by grubear


... 8217;s about 50 cents for a half an hour, so I ordered up until 6am, checked my emails, set an alarm and passed out. I woke up every 20 minutes or so with a dude standing over me, but a simple, ‘wtf bro’ in English was enough to freak him out apparently. Same guy too.

Woke up just before six, got back to the dormitory, tried the door and it was open so I called Kao and alerted the waiguo-crew to our new digs. And then promptly hit ...


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