Kaide Hotel (Zhengda South Road)

Address: No.4 Zhengda South Road, Haidian District, Beijing, 100039, China | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

First night in Beijing

A travel blog entry by caitsinasia on Nov 13, 2014

4 photos

... clientele. After Chai Masala ale, we headed around the corner for dumplings and knife noodles (thick freshly made noodles). With two plates of dumplings and a bowl of noodles, our total dinner cost came to 2$ - God how I've missed these prices:)

More exploring to come ...

Regaining My Curiosity

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Mar 02, 2014

45 photos

... br> Chris's dad asked, "So you go to Loyola too?"

"No." I said. "Everyone thinks I go there. I don't think that I scream Loyola Chicago material."

Chris and his dad was telling me about their day at the Great Wall.

Following dinner, we walked back to the dorm. I saw Andra's door opened and knocked. She said to come in. We talked and I had not seen her since forever. I told her about my day in the hutong and I can not stand ...

Birthday!

A travel blog entry by scott.burgess07 on Nov 11, 2013

5 photos

... few meals in the Bridge, at Steps and then at the Ganges Indian restaurant to finish. Most importantly though, I got the recipe for Jī dàn guàn bǐng! I'd planned in advance to leave for school early to give myself time for a slow (and tedious for them I'm sure) conversation with my favourite street vendors, however, whilst the dialogue wasn't perfectly fluid, they seemed to understand everything I said, and I now (with a little help from my ...

Into the Orient

A travel blog entry by liamandsam on Jun 28, 2013

3 comments, 22 photos

... per day made it pretty crowded. Even the lake wasn't spared, with hundreds of little paddle boats and jetboats jostling for position. An arched bridge was pretty cool and there was a random boat made entirely of marble sitting by one of the docks. Not exactly a boat though as it was supported with more marble pillars into the lake bed. We finally found a quieter area up on the hill and wandered around the ancient pagodas and crumbling walls until it was time to find our way ...

The Great Wall

A travel blog entry by mark-anita on Oct 24, 2012

11 photos

... dragon boat across the lake back to where we had started from. Again this place was crowded with Chinese tourists - we soon found that everywhere was like this, its crazy to see how many of them are touring their own country (which only recently has become available to them). By now we were pretty exhausted after the time gap between London and Beijing being 8 hours so we were pretty keen to get some sleep, but the guide offered to take us to see the Olympic Birds nest ...