Xing'An Hotel

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

Black Lung

A travel blog entry by peteindira


... one day, visiting the Forbidden City and Tiananman Square, but neither one impressed all that much. Both were slammed with 5000000000000 Chinese tourists and the gloominess of the air didn't help the situation.

We had some fun at a dumpling cooking class, but overall Beijing has been a bit of a bust. Tomorrow we are off to a remote stretch of the Great Wall for some hiking. Here is hoping that things will turn around when we get there.



A travel blog entry by toldavis

This is a top pick!

... itself. I can't even describe the scene to you but it was full of life. Sunflower said that the retirees come to the park first thing in the morning and stay until 11 AM when they go home to prep dinner for the family and to care for the grand kids after school.

Each area ...

Another Brick in the Wall

A travel blog entry by funkymonk

... years is how lucky I am to have grown up with my mum around. Without her I'd have been in prison or found swinging from a noose a long way back, no exaggeration or word of a lie. I am eternally grateful and sending a quick email just to let her know all is OK has become part of my travelling procedure.

Except China wouldn't me. They were blocking my emails and it was days before they all got through and I've since found out they even removed bits of the messages themselves. In ...

The Great Wall of China: Mutianyu Section

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer


... 19px; ">25 km (16 mi) west of the Liao Tian Ling stands a part of the Great Wall which is only 2~3 stories high. According to the records of Lin Tian, the wall was not only extremely short compared to others, but it appears to be silver. Archeologists explain that the wall appears to be silver because the stone they used were from Shan Xi, where many ...

Let's see. Comfort, anyone?

A travel blog entry by hoornst3


So uhh..essentially. Yes. Finally. Comfort.

There's this thing…known as comfort. See. Back home we view it much, much differently than how it’s viewed in China. Let me explain.

Last week was interesting. You all know I’ve been working with special needs people, but it’s been putting me under some stress. I don’t always get put into the most comfortable situations. Nope. But in these terribly uncomfortable situations, I find ...


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