The Opposite House

Address: Building 1, No.11 Sanlitun Road, Beijing, 100027, China | 5 star hotel
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      10 642 Kilometers Later.....

      A travel blog entry by tswiderski on Jun 19, 2014

      3 comments, 7 photos

      ... of the buildings we drove by were unlike anything I've seen before. I kinda felt like Rocky Balboa going to Russia to face Ivan Drago in Rocky IV! Another fact that really hit home happened at dinner - there were no utensils available, only chopsticks! I can say I successfully learned how to use them tonight. Opting to try some of the "Chinese" food, my tastebuds had a culture shock - the smells, textures, and tastes of the foods I tried were nothing like the ...

      Days 4 + 5 - Beijing

      A travel blog entry by mcc_china2014 on Mar 22, 2014

      1 comment, 37 photos

      Days 4 +'s the weekend! And by all accounts...what an AMAZING weekend had by all!

      After spending the past few days settling into their new routines at their Beijing host school, the girls woke up early on Saturday morning bouncing with new found energy and excitement! The weekend was to bring exciting times, varying new journeys , and fresh new cultural experiences. All in the fine company of their students host buddies and their welcoming ...

      Beijing Part 1: Days 1-3

      A travel blog entry by reinapaul on Aug 11, 2013

      27 photos

      ... with cameras offering you the "perfect picture" of you in the square. Outside of the square locals sell weird hats, umbrellas and nick nacks but within Tiananmen square no one is allowed to spruke goods so everyone is on their best behaviour. The area is honestly like an oven, there is no shade and the concrete reflects the heat (I cannot understand how the soldiers stand in the sun all day without flinching) we walked around the large area for some pictures and ...

      The land of smog, phlegm & sharp elbows!

      A travel blog entry by doglegtravels on Jul 19, 2013

      54 photos

      ... the hellish train journey but overall a good experience. HH The hellish train journey, Beijing to Pingyao, 15hrs on a hard seat. Hellish is an understatement. People everywhere, bags everywhere, noise, rubbish, fag smoke, it was torture! Kristoffer leaned forward in his seat & a Chinese man popped up, ninja style & filled the space behind his back! It did only cost about £9 but half way through the journey I would have sold my soul for 1st class! Lg looking ...

      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 ...