Yanxin Hotel Peking University

Building 334, Yanbeiyuan, Haidian District, Beijing, 100091, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

First full day in Beijing

A travel blog entry by jadekitts on May 24, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... take a picture with us because a few of us were blonde. Wei, our professor, told us just to look at everything today, and take it as a cultural experience. He told us that we shouldn't buy anything today, just look.
After that, we took a cab/van to go get lunch. I was sitting in the back of the van in a makeshift seat, that wasn't part of the car and was up really high. Then, while two other guys on my trip and ...

Whatever to Being Productive

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Sep 21, 2013

99 photos

... with plants and the red buildings. Never thought I would actually get to see it.

We decided to check out the Forbidden City since Joy wanted to see it, but it was closed. We ended up going to a side park and it costed fifteen yuan to get in. It was four o'clock in the afternoon, there were barley anybody there. A major wedding shoot was happening too. At least five groups of photographers and models were there.

Beside the photo ...

Almost a week. Feels like a month.

A travel blog entry by xiongmao31 on Sep 11, 2013

1 photo

... humbling experience and reminds you that life is ambivelant and takes no favourites. The university of beijing kinda reminds me of that bar in the empire strikes back (less the violence.) there are all kinds from around the globe. Specifically countries not as common to north america, which is pretty cool. I wrote my placement exam today and not super confident about ...

People up and at 'em (4:30am)!!

A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad on Nov 24, 2012

4 photos

... Beijing was alive almost instantaneously. Deserted streets came alive suddenly with food sellers, tuc-tuc's, beggars and private mini-buses bringing lots of smartly dressed gangs of women (mainly) for work. After getting to our Hostel to the East of Tianamen Square via the nice new shiny Metro we took a quick stroll down to Tianamen Square and an outside glimpse of the Forbidden City - WOW! Tianamen Square whoops Red Square in ...

The Great Wall of Siana

A travel blog entry by claypuddles on Aug 11, 2012

2 comments, 14 photos

... to be close to 500 of them, maybe even more! With 3 Liters of water on my back, salty and sweet snacks to keep me and others around me energized through to the next meal and a camera, I wasn't just carrying my own weight. Oof!

But one thing I can definitely say, once we got to the top, drenched in sweat and winded, the view was...beautiful. It didn't hit me that we were at the Great Wall for some time, though. I think I was more happy to know ...

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