Shanglin Hostel

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

Day 4 - Beijing

A travel blog entry by callie-lucy on Apr 27, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... as we struggled up steep stone steps in the glaring sun (please note the alliteration for effect here), the climb was much more challenging than we'd imagined it to be. We'd got a cable car up to the wall and decided that we'd go for the more risky route of tobogganing down to the bottom - definitely a once in a life time opportunity. Exhausted, we slept all the way back to Beijing in the minibus until we were awoken at yet another shop - a pearl shop. Tired ...

Falling Back in Love with Beijing

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Jan 09, 2014

9 photos

... that I encounter at random times on the subway in Beijing.

For some reason, I chose to transfer lines to go to Sanlitun. I had nothing else to do. After getting to Sanlitun, I browse in the bookstore Page One. I was looking for a Chinese cookbook in English, but I just saw a bunch of books on how to bake cookies. Trying now to avoid cookies or anything sugary since I ate too much of them last semester.

I gave up trying to find a Chinese ...

The final days in Beijing!

A travel blog entry by alycleveland on Jun 13, 2013

14 photos

... from the soil and earth removed to construct the Forbidden City. In accordance with Feng Shui principle, Coal Hill serves as the “turtle” of the forbidden city, which represents stability. There are a total of 5 towers on the hillside—1 at the very top that has the best view of Beijing (it is high above the surrounding buildings and is located directly in the heart of Beijing), and 2 ...

Beijing: days 1 - 5

A travel blog entry by pamalbie on Oct 25, 2012

9 comments, 24 photos

... ate perfectly roasted duck at Da Dong, caved into jet lag and ate late-night garlic-ginger crab on Gui Jie (one of the only areas serving late night food), saw The Great Wall of China, sat on a camel against my will, ate about 1,400 pork, seafood, and truffle dumplings at Din Tai Fung, browsed a crazy street market PACKED with people selling the most delicious/revolting foods (Sorry, didn't take too many photos here. It ...

First Impressions

A travel blog entry by ztbrown on Sep 01, 2012

... me with my bags, gave me a handshake, and told me to follow him (in Chinese -- he didn't speak much English). We walked down an alleyway until we got to a small courtyard hemmed in by apartment buildings, all roughly five stories high. He slapped the Chinese symbols near his door. "Shi liu," he told me. Sixteen.

We walked up the stairs to his apartment, and as soon as I got in the door an exotic smell hit my nose, coming from the kitchen. The setup was small, ...

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