Yanxin Hotel Peking University

Building 334, Yanbeiyuan, Haidian District, Beijing, 100091, China | Hotel
Prices around $29.00

Travel Blogs from Beijing

The End of the Line

A travel blog entry by johnlucas


... two extremes of technology, I don't suppose the solar farm will be still there in 25 years time, let alone 2500! The guide to the railway mentioned some good scenery about an hour before Beijing, that was something of an understatement. For about 30 miles the train wound it's way down a very narrow valley with very high peaks either side, with lots of tunnels, bridges and precipitous edges, by far the most spectacular that we saw on the whole railway. A good end to the journey. ...

Beijing Silk Market Mayhem

A travel blog entry by kennethq


... us 'no meter' and tried to charge us three times the fare we paid to get there. Thirty minutes walking around in the sun looking for an honest taxi driver in Beijing is not good for anyone's health both mentally and physically! Finally, we got one who seemed content to use his meter- it's a legal requirement to do this but then again this is China, a land where normality is strange. Our taxi driver, unsurprisingly dropped us off in the wrong place and after another hour walking around ...

Leaving on a Fast Train

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo


... back to Beijing on Sunday.

I'm all packed and ready to go. Ada should be here in about 30 minutes or so. I think she needs to go see Guo for a bit, but we need to be at the train station an hour ahead of time, so we won't have too long before we need to leave.

Separate from the normal excitement of going to a new place and all the cool things we're going to see and do...I'm looking forward to a real bed and a real shower! :)

Oh, and I'm curious to see how ...

Beijing a.k.a The Great Bamboozle

A travel blog entry by shelaughs


... because our overhead bin was actually jammed. That should have been our first warning sign. We waited in the taxi queue line (yup, it's a real thing) and got to our hotel a little after 1 a.m. We checked in and headed up to our room to find that it contained no shower curtain, a hole in the wall large enough for animals to scurry in and out of, no hot water and a smell that could only be the result of sewage, smoke and nasty high school football players.

Beijing: a week in the belly of the beast

A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes


... everyday Beijing. The city was once dominated by the working class 'hutongs' – a dense web of low-rise alleyways where human activity buzzed in between the wide, featureless boulevards. Although many of the hutongs were demolished in slum clearance efforts and replaced with high-rise tower blocks, large areas of hutong remain, and we set out to find them.

Stepping out of the metro, however, we found ourselves almost immediately lost, and instead ended up on the leafy ...


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