The Opposite House

Building 1, No.11 Sanlitun Road, Beijing, 100027, China | 5 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Beijing...we meet again;-)

A travel blog entry by sheikha

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24/07/2010

Arriving in Beijing was a complete shock and half! i was here last about 10 years ago, and everything was grey and black....im talking, buildings, cars, peoples uniforms (under the communism era uniforms were enforced), middle-aged hair tones...etc so what a delightful surprise it was, to arrive to an airport that is …

Sightseeing

A travel blog entry by sarahemma

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I arranged to meet Graham at the Lama temple at 9.30 with strict instructions to only wait till 9.45 if either of us were a no show. Bless his cotton socks, I was late and he was still waiting for me at 9.55. Nice really as going round with someone is so much better. Someone to yap to about your opinions and thoughts. Which I sure do love to do. I took the subway to the temple as the sub in Beijing is 20p per journey. I'll stretch to that I thought. Can you imagine if it were ...

Tea Solves Everything

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo

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... It's really like tutoring and pretty easy. They gave me two TOEFL prep books to use, and I was able to work from that quite a bit. The student is very nice, and he seems happy with how things went today. The only bad thing is that it is a 3-hour class every day for the next 10 days. Three hours is a LONG class for one student. But we seemed to manage it pretty well. He's very eager, and I will enjoy teaching him.

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Singing Karaoke and making friends

A travel blog entry by arielle.rylands

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... New Year, the interns and I had a slower weekend to the weekends previous. The highlight of my weekend was definitely Sunday; I attempted to escort a group of us to the 'hutong' area near the Summer Palace. These hutongs are apparently a must-see in Beijing, they are over 6000 years old and have been preserved to harness Chinese history and culture. The hutong was closed, unfortunately, so we headed to the nearby Pearl ...

Survey, Kung-fu and Opera

A travel blog entry by ricao

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... to rain today. Well, during the "party," it began to rain....a lot. Tonight, we were supposed to watch a Peking Opera performance and eat dinner together as a group. Looks like our plans didn't get cancelled because they made us walk for 15 minutes through the pouring rain to the restaurant. Even though I had my own umbrella, I got soaked on the way there. At first, I just assumed that super heavy rain was just ...

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