Super 8 (Beijing Kaifang Road)

No.9 Kaifang Road, Huairou District, Beijing, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing


A travel blog entry by siyaya on Jun 27, 2014

5 comments, 14 photos

... by the monks setting out things on the altars, water on the floors, and then chanting with Mohican-style hats on and off! Our guide requested a prayer by writing his wish on a piece of paper with a particular colour, and the different coloured papers representing the different prayer wishes of participants were ceremonially burnt – giving off coloured smoke. An interesting part for me was an empty throne reserved for the Dalai Lama – ...

Quality Time with Others

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Dec 08, 2013

12 photos

... I want to see the Bay Area since I had never been there.

We got irritated about the smell of smoke in the cafe. Sara looked around to see who was smoking, but she did not see anyone. We continued staying at the cafe because it had great wifi and we did not want to walk outside in the smug. Too afraid for our health.

After paying for the bill, we were brave to walk outside. It shocked us that there was sunshine outside. However, it ...

Beijing Opera & Innerds Soup

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo on Aug 12, 2013

6 photos

... be hot and I've already been there, so I decided not to go. They would have been a fun group to be with though. Hopefully, I can do something with them tomorrow before they all go home.

Ada's flight was delayed last night coming back from Xiamen, so she didn't get in until 4:00 a.m., poor girl. She slept in, then texted me. She asked if I wanted to do the Summer Palace, but I wasn't up for it. My head is hurting a little today.

We decided to do the Beijing Opera at ...

Hutongs and sleeper trains

A travel blog entry by silencespeaker on Apr 22, 2013

... beem across the floor of the doorway to keep out ghosts ( who don't have knees to jump over).
Houses do not have toilets - there are public toilets shared by the community.
There are beautiful common spaces where people gather to play chinese checkers, sing or dance.
We walked through an amazing market selling produce, different breads, noodles, meats, tofu and ...

The First Week

A travel blog entry by patickdb on Sep 08, 2012


... you in if you don't have an ID. That's different too. There are many convenience stores and even a supermarket on campus. There is still a lot of people walking around late at night on campus. Can't wait to start classes Monday.
Going out has been a blast as well. We've been going to this strip called wudaokou. Three bars in particular that we frequent are La Bamba, Propaganda, and Sensation. There are both ...