MU Hotel

Address: No.33 Juer Alley, Jiaodao Kou,South AvenueDongcheng District, Beijing, 100009, China | 1 star hotel
 
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      Bowled over by Beijing

      A travel blog entry by littlebush on Sep 11, 2014

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      Within 30 minutes of departing from Ulaan Baatar station, the scenery instantly became Steppe. Literally nothing as far as the eye could see for mile after mile. Not a single person, ger, animal or even a tree. This was true steppe country and I was happy with my head outside the open window, the wind and sun on my face and getting lost in my own thoughts, hour after hour. After a 5 hour stop at the border, we were in China and eventually, 29 hours after leaving Ulaan Baatar, we ...

      Day 6 - Beijing

      A travel blog entry by callie-lucy on Apr 29, 2014

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      ... trousers and shirts, we headed on to the Lama Temple (using the subway) which is supposedly the best temple in Beijing for tourists to visit. There was an incense ceremony at the temple while we were there and so many people had come to burn incense and pay respects to the various statues in each of the buildings of the Lama Temple. We felt a little out of place but enjoyed watching the people even more so than looking at the buildings. By 10am we'd visited everywhere that we ...

      Beijing Sideways

      A travel blog entry by stewy08 on Sep 20, 2013

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      ... Yes' he replies with a puzzled look. Sensing he hasn't got much of an idea of my line of questioning, I leave it alone. Later that evening we meet a Dutch businessman who informs us that fortunately it isn't always like this. 'You might get one or two days of smog then it's clear for two or three days' he explains. Beijing as a city is surprisingly easy to get around in, the tube is apparently based on the London Underground model and all of the ...

      China - Beijing

      A travel blog entry by kcullivan on Jun 20, 2013

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      ... I figured the conductor would turn them off at some point but he didn't. Further, everyone's electronics were dinging loud notifications of texts or emails, and some people played music while others watched animated Chinese videos on the devices individual speakers (i.e no headphones!??). All of which seemed perfectly and socially acceptable. I didn't sleep at all that night except for a few jarring head nods. We stopped at about 6:15am and a few people got off an on. ...

      2 Week Study Trip: Tibet and Buddhism

      A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Nov 27, 2012

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      ... the purple colored line (the one that extends furthest to the left), that's where I'll be going. We are leaving the evening of Wednesday, November 28th and are taking an overnight train to Luoyang, where we will visit two temples, the Longmen Grottoes, and have a lecture on Buddhism. On December 1st we will take a train the Xi'an, where we visit the Great Mosque, City Wall and Terra-cotta soldiers. December 3rd we fly to Xining, visit the Ta'er Temple and then take ...

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