Zuo An Men Hotel

Address: No.2 Fangzhuang Road, Fengtai District, Beijing, 100078, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Exit with a Crow Bar

A travel blog entry by scroggins on Oct 10, 2014

... I have to give the packing guys some credit where it is due. They beat the highest level of Tetras in order to get that amount of goods in such a small hold. I kid you not, their packing skills laughed in the face of logic. We finally left at 6.45pm, after only three and a half hours wait in a facility-less warehouse. The 'Trans-Siberian Railway' was invented for a reason and that reason, in case you were wondering, is not because it is easier to get a bus.

Trans Mongolian Experience

A travel blog entry by kevdeeworldtour on May 05, 2014

5 comments, 91 photos

... drawing water from a well, silver birches, silver birches, silver birches, tractor !, graveyard - did the trees grow around the graves or were the graves dug between the trees ?, silver birches, silver birches, silver birches, trucks ! ( Repeat 3 times)

Dee braved the shower today. It was freezing. But once you were in it it was ok. Better than having nothing.

Today has been quite a quiet ...

Day 69: Bye Beijing

A travel blog entry by mfln31 on Mar 11, 2014

... was a funny moment when a Chinese woman made her husband have a photo with us, and just before it was taken she rushed forward to straighten his jacket as obviously he didn't look smart enough for such a momentous occasion! We then took the metro to the Nanluoguxiang district again in search of dinner. We found a nice place where we both had decent, well priced curries. Tomorrow we're booked on a high speed train to ...

A Crazy End to Camp 1

A travel blog entry by stephmaca on Jul 22, 2013

5 photos

... the results were very impressive.

As teachers, we had to judge the speech competition, which was actually a really difficult job. The winner won a full scholarship to the school and a trip to England so it felt like we were literally making or breaking someone's future with our final decision. And it was so hard to decide how to judge it - should you judge it by the content and passion in the speech and their presentation skills or by how advanced the language ...

Beijing - History and Culture

A travel blog entry by ryness on Nov 27, 2012

14 photos

... a knife. By the time we had passed through several grand gates, some more like giant stone buildings, we reached the vast open space that is Tian'anmen Square. Found a spot in the sun and cracked our thermos for a warming cup of tea while we soaked in the culture around us and did some history reading in our Lonely Planet. Much to the disappointment of the English speaking guides prodding for our business. We moved on in order to harness the post-tea glow ...