Jiuzhou Homeland Business Hotel

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

4 day tour. Beijing.

A travel blog entry by kels-and-oli on Jun 09, 2014

19 photos

... down. What a laugh!! In true Winter Olympics fashion we could ride individual toboggans from the top all the way down a winding course to the bottom of the mountain. Myself and these 3 Dutch guys (if you ain't Dutch you ain't much) waited at the top to give this screaming /giggling Brit girl enough space to wind slowly down and take in the scenery, before settling off and hurtling down. I just laughed the whole way - like a relatively safe Disney ride with that sense ...

Days 4 + 5 - Beijing

A travel blog entry by mcc_china2014 on Mar 22, 2014

1 comment, 37 photos

... also happy to hear that whilst the VYLTC students were off on their own journeys, their accompanying teachers set off for their own adventures too! Dr. Zee managing to visit some of the same landmarks, and also braved the Beijing subway. And as most of the girls have not been able to 'upload' their photos off their cameras to give to us yet, we were very happy Zara shared her pictures so we could see her experiencing these wonders too!

After busy ...

The land of smog, phlegm & sharp elbows!

A travel blog entry by doglegtravels on Jul 19, 2013

54 photos

... I have a phrase book! I've found out weird things still happen in Beijing, the children wear trousers with the bum cut out, phlegm is still hocked up & spat out at your feet, random people come & join your conversation (not actually contributing, just nodding & looking like they know what you are saying) or they stand over you & watch you write postcards! There are also people that collect the used cooking oil from bins & gutters, process it then ...

Peking Duck in Beijing

A travel blog entry by juanmao on Dec 16, 2012

2 photos

... first month and a half of their lives and then they are put in small pens that restrict their movement and force fed several times a day.

After harvesting and cleaning, the skin is separated from the body by blowing air underneath and through it. This allows the skin to cook separately and lets most of the fat cling to the meat and keep it characteristically moist. In times past this was accomplished by inserting bamboo ...

Cross, Fit, Delete me

A travel blog entry by levinson5 on Nov 02, 2012

8 photos

... on the playground, Sam found a friend -Emma. Emma lives near the Biggs and her mom is a good friend of Hilary's so when they asked if Sam could come over to play for a while, and ride on their tuk-tuk, I said "sure!" Sam was particularly happy to discover Janie's collection of American Girl stuff, and the whole group was psyched to play Mario Cart on the Wii. Hilary had made a big pot of chili in anticipation of feeding 10 people dinner, it was a treat. So ...