Zhengxie Hotel

Address: No.13 Jianguomen Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100005, China | 3 star hotel
 
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      Lesson Learned

      A travel blog entry by 60daysinchina on Oct 23, 2014

      6 comments

      ... City it was the same way. Perhaps that was why my guide felt we could skip the side rooms. It took me a while to make it to the top but I eventually did and then turned around to get the most breathtaking view of the city. No I mean that literally, I couldn’t breathe after climbing all those stairs in heavily polluted air. When I finally was able to breathe I looked around and all I could see was smog. It was pretty anti climatic to be honest. ...

      Impressions of the Forbidden City

      A travel blog entry by afinial on Sep 16, 2014

      64 photos

      ... City. CiXi arranged for her loyal eunuchs to kill Zhen and throw her down a well) I must say the well was awfully small!

      Enormously tired we determined to finish off a few more sights. By now it was all getting a bit of a red/dragony blur!

      We saw: The elephants at the end of the Imperial Garden with broken legs (sculptor with bad understanding of animal anatomy), symbolising even elephants kowtowing to the emperor. ...

      Just Enjoy the Experience

      A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Mar 12, 2014

      3 photos

      I had tutoring this morning. Nothing major to work on. I actually did my Chinese homework correctly.

      During tutoring, I asked Jacky about what level my textbook was compared to a native Chinese speaker. Jacky explained that it was impossible to compare because my textbook is designed for foreigners learning Chinese. He stated that students in China are required to learn about the Chinese classic literature, which a foreigner would not ...

      Scorpions, Coconuts, and Curfew

      A travel blog entry by kitkatgo on Jul 19, 2013

      7 comments, 3 photos

      ... store across the street and bought 1 L of iced tea with the new Superman on it. Mass marketing is alive and well in China.

      When I got back to the room, I tried and tried to get on the internet, but apparently, only 10 or so people can be on the internet at one time on this server. Eventually, I got on, but only after trying intermittently over 2 or 3 hours. While I was waiting, I did a load of laundry and read. It was very peaceful.

      Just got ...

      Annoying things about China!!!

      A travel blog entry by littledragon on Jan 14, 2013

      3 comments, 11 photos

      ... a white man, because he's.....white! The LBH thinks, despite being boring, ugly, a loser, socially awkward, that the Chinese girl really does (remember they met on the Internet and she generally puts out on their first meeting) like the LBH for who they are. Thirdly, the kids here love all foreign teachers, they will hug you, hold your hand, shout your name in the hallway, give your presents as you represent some of the only fun they get to have in their school ...