Zhengxie Hotel

Address: No.13 Jianguomen Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100005, China | 3 star hotel
 
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        Travel Blogs from Beijing

        I think something is wrong with my passport

        A travel blog entry by jware on Nov 11, 2015

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        ... up booking a tour for tomorrow morning to the Great Wall! I am actually quite excited. I know it's a huge tourist destination but I decided to go see it because I think it is something one should do if they can. It also relieves some anxiety I had about trying to find the hutongs (which, ironically, is actually a Mongolian word mean water well!---back in the day, the towns were built around the life-giving water wells, hence the name) by ...

        The Great Wall of China

        A travel blog entry by edbaxter on Jun 16, 2015

        5 comments, 24 photos

        After the French exam at the end of the Mongolian adventure, a tour on the remote Jinshanling section of the Great wall includes a Swedish test. On the bus journey over I meet a group of Swedish medical students seeing Beijing at the end of their two week placement in a hospital in the countryside and Mitch, a Mexican living in London. After a cable car up we can walk between the first few watchtowers on the way to Simutai. We are practically the ...

        Fuck This Air Quality

        A travel blog entry by iamtomzhang on Nov 20, 2014

        1 photo

        ... got a week off of work etc. However now that APEC is over, it looks like ******* doomsday out there. Maybe the factories are running at 200% capacity to make up for lost time or something. Simply walking outside has been a struggle; I can feel a layer of pollution in my throat today (I also have a sore throat, which does not help). You can only see about 100 meters away (wait...no ...

        Smog, Spitting and Snakes on a Stick

        A travel blog entry by zoeandnick on Feb 22, 2014

        ... to pose for photos. There is markedly less hassle from vendors and none at all from taxi drivers; I am, however, really looking forward to being in a country where I don't have to haggle any more.
        Despite the ever-pervasive smog, the city is beautiful. We spent hours walking round historic hutongs (traditional alleys and courtyards) and admiring Confucian and Buddhist temples, at least from the outside. The Forbidden City is stunning, and everything in it ...

        Tales of week 1

        A travel blog entry by stephmaca on Jul 15, 2013

        1 comment

        ... me -yay! After my solo to the class, one girl, Gabrielle, informed me that my voice is quite 'special'! Not quite sure exactly what she meant by that but I hear that the Chinese don't do sarcasm so I'll take it as a compliment!

        After today's Chinese lesson, we moved on to talent show rehearsals, where I was informed I had a new role in class 10's dance. I basically will end up dancing like an idiot in front of the entire camp on the final day. See the woman dancing at 2.34 ...