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

Not One of those Cool Kids

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Jan 14, 2014

4 photos

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For this semester, I have a new Chinese professor. She brought her daughter in since she was on winter break. My professor mainly spoke Chinese to us. It was overwhelming at first. That moment made me realized that I could not get away with acting like a crybaby.

My professor went over a few grammar point from last semester. In the later part of class, she said, "Class is almost over," in Chinese. I started clapping and screamed, "Yay!" ...

The basics

A travel blog entry by julie.tennett on Sep 09, 2013

... a crunchy apple.
There was even time to stop for a cup of coffee and we found a good looking option. The prices were high - even by our Brisbane standards. Time was short but our need for coffee great so we placed our orders with a charades attempt to request a dash of speed as well. We have since learned - chop chop, that seems to be universally understood! The cappuccinos arrived just as we were about to walk out and were served in a piccolo size cup - I'm ...

From rural to town

A travel blog entry by robinstride on Aug 14, 2013

13 photos

... not been cleaned since building - but they did have satellite tv !!

They had just built a new shower room , again cleanliness - the breeze block toilet - a hole straight into the stream that runs through the village

There is basic standards and simple cleanliness - I dare not look into the kitchen area where they were cooking.

Lets get back on the bus and get back to civilisation !

Decided to skip breakfast and had a packet ...

Exploring the hutong

A travel blog entry by ageinghippie on Apr 08, 2013

1 comment, 10 photos

... The second group of hutongs is named after the officials or nobles who resided there. When Emperor Yongle of the Ming Dynasty established Beijing as the capital, most of his officials moved from Nanjing. The alleys they lived in took on their names. Yongkang Hutong in the north was originally named Marquis Yongkang Lane after the Yongkang Marquis, Xu Zhong. Sanbulao (ThreeNever-Old) Hutong on the West City District was originally named Sanbao ...

Beijingle bells, beijingle all the way!

A travel blog entry by puddlejumpers on Sep 01, 2012

5 comments, 11 photos

Hi everyone!

Just a quick update to say hi and to let you know that we arrived at our hostel safe and sound...total time in transit: 23 hours. O_o Yikes.

Taxi to the Airport! We head down, and the battery's dead! An auspicious beginning?

The driver called in, and a second cab was dispatched. We watched for a few minutes as the the two cabbies argued in Hindi about which was the ...