Xing'An Hotel

Address: Jia Building 23, Residential Area 7, Hepingli, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100013, China | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Excuse me, I'm sorry, my Chinese is terrible

A travel blog entry by rachelhendrix on Sep 15, 2014

... bad." Aside from 'hello' this has been the phrase i've used the most.

On the plus side of things: My suite mate is really great, she's from Russia and already speaks near flawless Mandarin which is awesome for me.

The food that I've been able to eat has so far been ...

Miss Me? Love Me?

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Jan 08, 2014

2 photos

... plans tomorrow, I told him the place. He had no idea what I was talking about until I typed it in my phone. He quickly knew and told me that I mispronounced the place. My Chinese was clearly bad.

Mike left to do his own thing. I continued unpacking.

I really wish my friends last semester were here again. They made China so fun. However, I know that change is a part of life and new changes tend to make things more adventurous. ...

Realizing that the End is Coming

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Nov 26, 2013

7 photos

... suburbs again.

For my outfit today, I felt British because I drank a cup of tea when I first woke up. I paired my cardigan with my PIngyao scarf (I brought four from that city). Then I wore my Tibetan beads. I was basically doing British style mix with tribal influence.

Anthony and I walked to our favorite bun place. As we walking outside our dorm, I saw a motorcycle bike with the British flag. My morning was so British.

I ordered bok choy ...

Hutongs, Hawkers and Hooters

A travel blog entry by fromthemill on Oct 13, 2012

1 comment, 13 photos

... good bargain and only paid the equivalent of £2.20 for my new sunnies. Very pleasing. You really have to haggle and walking away leaves them chasing after you asking what price you actually want to pay and nine times out of 10, you get items for the price you wanted or even less! We have become celebrities in Beijing, being papped on several occasions by locals with long lenses. We heard that a western face in China attracts a bit of attention and we are regularly stared ...

The end of the Railroad

A travel blog entry by marqual on Aug 20, 2012

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Beijing marks the end of the Trans-mongolian railway.

We took 2nd (worst) class train from Ulaanbaator to Beijing. The trains in Mongolia were much nicer than Russia. We had 4 beds and a locking door, which we shared with a French couple. We stopped for quite a few hours on the Mongolia/China border so they could change the wheels since track sizes vary in the two countries.

Upon arrival in Beijing, we had some busy ...