Shanglin Hostel

No.22 Shanxi Alley Zhushikou West Street Qianmen, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100050, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

It's been a week!

A travel blog entry by marakuz


... to see so many artifacts from 1600 B.C.because it's not like there's much of that in the states. The museum is right outside of Tienanman Square. I kept forgetting that Beijing is the capitol but at the square there's security, guards, and policemen EVERYWHERE. Mao's tomb is there.. it was kind of freaky. After the museum we were on our own for the first time. Bridget, Kayci and I figured out how to use the subway system on our own so I was pumped about that. We made ...

Only one week left, but already broken by Beijing!

A travel blog entry by scott.burgess07


... and onto the lake - oh my days! Seriously the most insane place I've ever been to in my life. The pictures won't do it an ounce of justice, but you can sort of see how beautiful a place it is - Luana wanted to wait for the sunset to grab the best pictures, and it was definitely worth it, amazing place. (Also note the ice covering the surface of the entire lake - it's so cold in the city at the moment, but made for a great photo, think I've got a Facebook cover photo ...

Boiling in Beijing

A travel blog entry by wanderingbish


... to the coach station bumped into a very lost looking JT - our room mate from Moscow to UB which was a great surprise and so we all headed out together.Hit the Mutianyu section of the Wall, mainly as it has a cable car up then toboggan run back down, far larger than then Queenstown run - this looked awesome but 10mins before we wanted to set of down it got closed due to rain. Gutted!

Met up with JT early doors. Went to see ...

How not to obtain a Kazakh visa in Beijing

A travel blog entry by dodging_cholera


... to our foreigner status). With trepidation we received our passports, we assumed complete with visas; however our optimism was obliterated by the ominous statement 'there has been a problem’. The official behind the glass soon expanded on this remark, explaining that the visa fee for citizens of the USA had conveniently been inflated by 200% from the original $20 that we had already paid to an outrageous $180 between the times that we had submitted our passports and ...

Last full day in Beijing

A travel blog entry by al_deb_far_east


... be confused with the international brand. Erke has "To be no. 1" & Li-Ning is “Make the Change.”

From there we went to the mall’s food hall where we got roast duck & special rice and vegetable noodles for lunch and battled through ordering drinks from a Chinese only speaking person. Our mission was then to visit another of the multi storied organised 'markets’ so we caught the subway and after a couple ...


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