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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Lessons to learn in China

A travel blog entry by mhchina

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... than a foot tall. I had to lift up my leg so high like I wanted to kick myself with my own knee. However, every time I looked down back to where I started (picture), I felt sooooooo accomplished that I could not stop going. After this I'm pretty sure I won't even feel the school's eight floors tiring. Those stairs are nowhere compared to the Great Wall's crazy stairs. And if I think about that ...

Random Adventure

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny

... out of the east gate to eat dumplings (yeah I already ate lunch, but I missed breakfast). At the restaurant, we ran into Kelsey and Julia for a bit. While eating, Sara made the comment that the Silk Road trip made her more appreciated of Beijing. I completely agreed because the trip made me realized how much of a spoil brat I was with having easy access to hot water, air conditioner, and major shopping stores like Wu Mei.

After lunch, Sara, Stephanie, Karena, ...

Hutongs and sleeper trains

A travel blog entry by silencespeaker

... ride bicycles, electric motorbikes or rickshaws. We were taken on a rickshaw ride, a guide accompanying us on bicycle. She explained that extended families often live together. There's a large belltower that used to ring at 5am to get people up for work, and again at night. You can tell a family's social status by the number of beams over the house (0, 2 or 4) and all doorways have ...

Beijing Take Two

A travel blog entry by emds

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... last a lifetime so we don’t feel a huge need to see all the ancient sights in a city. We preferred to walk the streets, get lost and maybe sit in a cafe or park bench and people watch. However, Beijing has so many things to see, so much history that a visit here does lean one towards touring these sites, even it it isn’t really your style of traveling. I am looking forward going back, yes for the third time, in better health and with time to properly enjoy what the city has to ...

Happy Independence Day from the Forbidden City!

A travel blog entry by donnartw2012

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... around on my way back to the hostel and the nicest couple actually walks me back to the bus- at least 20 minutes out of their way. They plan to visit friends in San Jose soon. I told them with this good karma, everyone will be as nice to them in California! I wait for a table at one of the hot pot restaurants on Ghost Street, but it's too crowded. The red lanterns are about as close as I get to fireworks tonight. Happy ...

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