Dragons House (Xinmao Hostel)
Travel Blogs from Beijing
Beijing is BIG! And it's busy.
I arrived quite late in Beijing, leaving the south train station at 23:30. So I decided the easiest (and probably most expensive) way to get to my guesthouse was to take a taxi.
As soon as I had checked in, and before I had dumped my bags in my room, I was asked if I wanted to join their Great Wall tour …
Coming into Beijing on the train... It would appear that the rest of china took all of beijings personality and Beijing took all the cranes from the rest of china. Off the train and into the customs hall, feeling confident and cocky after our easy time in hong kong... Out the door and holy ****...BEIJING!!!! "hotel? Nice room"... "taxi?".... People …
Ok, last days in and around Beijing. I'm writing this retrospectively, so hopefully I capture it all, because to be honest some things are starting to blur.
The last days in Beijing I'm recalling though a haze of pain. Don't panic though, nothing life-threatening - just me being a wuss. Its the sub-zero temperatures I struggle with and …
I arrived only yesterday, but it seems I've packed about a week's worth in a little over 24 hours. So probably had better slow down if I'm going to keep this up for the next few months.I'm sitting here struggling what to write about this city. First I guess, actually being here has dispelled any pre-conceived idea that I had about it. 20 million …
We have been back from Beijing for already two weeks. But the experience was to good to not write anything about it. Highlight this month was definitely the Great Wall. So of course you get to see the pictures.
Beijing is a big big city, but coming from Shanghai that isn't even to obvious. I loved the hutong's that still spread through …
How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
Very well located hostel within walking distance to all the main attractions. Staff are friendly and pleasant. It has a very pleasing atmosphere away from the bustle of Beijing.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.