Jiuzhou Homeland Business Hotel

Address: No.4 Youanmen West Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100054, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Climbing The Wall

A travel blog entry by 2013 on Sep 27, 2014

40 photos

... at the view from an ancient rampart. Fond memories of a more authentic experience. Here rows of souvenir shops, modern hotels and cafes catering for the range of international tourists lined the boulevard, However a saving grace was the lovely gardens, shrubs and artistry that lined the walk towards The Wall. Climbing the wall was still a challenge and so we headed off in little throngs according to ...

Trans Mongolian Experience

A travel blog entry by kevdeeworldtour on May 05, 2014

5 comments, 91 photos

... first. Rucksack on back, and carrying Dees. Dee had the 2 day bags and shopping for the trip. Once on, there were no issues until I turned into the corridor and realised I was stuck. Wedged between the walls, with rucksack on my back. I then forced my way down the corridor to the amusement of the conductor who smiled which was at least a good move forward. I don’t think he was too impressed with me messing ...

China Day 3

A travel blog entry by elle-jordyn on Feb 13, 2014

... It was interesting to hear our tour guide Jessica's perspective on what westerners look like to her and she said we all look the same. Especially, if we have blonde hair. I don't know, I just thought that was funny considering most of us think a lot of the Asians look the same, so to hear her say that was interesting. Anyway, we walked to Tienanmen Square first and it was packed! And FREEZING!! We were treated so differently as westerners walking in, Chinese people were ...

The Transitory Nature of Writing in the Temple

A travel blog entry by solabusca on Jul 03, 2013

86 photos

... s little red book, all trying to get our money; it's odd to see such capitalistic intent insinuated in the heart of Communism, at least to my outsider eyes. But our guides Liang and Kevin tell me that everything we think we know about China is outdated, that the old Communist ideal has fallen away and rampant, crazed consumerism is the new norm. People have disposable incomes, now, and the lower classes want their share of the ...

Viewing the Presidential Election from China

A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Nov 13, 2012

1 comment, 7 photos

... the aisle. She found a table that was almost done, and (like me) hovered. Linli's table finished first, and I quickly moved down the aisle to join her. Once at the table we caught each other up on the past couple week's news and then covered general topics, such as winter break plans and the names of different dishes at the school cafeterias. Linli told me while ordering it was ok to just point and say "I want this", because even Chinese students do not ...