Shixin Hotel

Address: Jia No.3 Residential Area 2, Anhuaxili, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100011, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Having a Life

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Nov 06, 2013

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... for chicken. The woman next to him laughed until I said pork. Still need to work on my Chinese.

After getting my buns, I walked with Katherine to the Stadium Store. She was telling me about her trip to Japan with Julia and Amelia. Then, I went to the lounge on my floor to study Chinese.

Mohini and Miguel were there talking. I jumped into their conversation stating that I am not into micromanaging my life. Mohini laughed and stated that she does ...

China part 1~ The Great Wall = Speechless

A travel blog entry by vacationista on Nov 04, 2013

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... not all in English, the safer choice would be to go by hired transport.

The group arrived to the base of the wall. Ricky gave us a brief history of the wall and described everything the tourist as ourselves should know. There are parts of the Wall that are open to the public, and there are sections that are preserved and rugged terrain. Depending on your physical fitness, there are several options; however, ensure you wear comfortable shoes the day you ...

The old and the new

A travel blog entry by lahra on Sep 10, 2013

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... eat, so we found a nearby Chinese restaurant and ate the sort of familiar Chinese dishes we have at home. The kids proclaimed it "the best Chinese meal they've ever had". I think this may have been influenced by how hungry they were.

After dinner we walked the length of the food market and saw every kind of exotic mini-beast cooked on a stick.

There were ...

First night in Beijing

A travel blog entry by just4ashman on Apr 11, 2013

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... the Siheyuan and the local family. You will experience the dramatic changes that the Chinese capital is seeing. Catch the sight of this fast
disappearing Chinese traditional way of life.

Tonight, Beijing Opera at Temple Theater Beijing Opera House


China Syndrome

A travel blog entry by emandjack on Jun 03, 2012

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... form:

1. Yep, the celestial one is bigger.
2. Emma thought it was smaller than she imagined. Jack thought it was bigger than he imagined. QED, Jack lacks imagination.
3. Mao's tomb is way bigger than Lenin's tomb. We've since heard that the best way to get in is by bribing the guide to let you skip the line. I think this really does sum up Soviet versus Chinese capitalism.
4. Although we were around there during a certain anniversary of a certain event that may ...