New Oriental Suites

Address: No.36B Dongzhimenwai Main Street, Beijing, 100000, China | Lodge
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Kitchenette


          • Suites


          • Room service

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          Travel Blogs from Beijing

          Escaping from Boredom

          A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Jan 10, 2014

          42 photos

          ... br> I then decided to take the subway back to campus. My decision to take the stairs instead of the escalator made me realized how much I had turned into Bethany. I truly miss having Bethany in my life.

          Back on campus, I chilled in the lounge and I met some of the new people in my program. Then, I decided to visit Kelsey in her room. There, I ran into Liz, who I met at the airport. Kelsey and I told Liz about our orientation last semester.

          Liz ...

          About to Board CA937 to London!

          A travel blog entry by sarah_simon on Jun 17, 2013

          ... so well off..

          After lunch we headed for our gate area. Boarding opened at 1.40pm. At about 1 we found a charging station for phones and laptop.. seriously Sydney Airport.. get these already!!

          Sarah writing..
          Our 5 hour wifi had been used up and i wanted to post this.. so i went to a machine where you put your passport in to get a wifi password. But my passport wouldnt scan. So this stage it ...

          Forbidden City, Fried Scorpions & Birds Nest

          A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Oct 24, 2012

          ... we tried fried scorpion. Thinking about it made me feel a bit queasy (or was that the McDonalds before hand!?) especially as the scorpions are still alive and twitching about on the sticks. Once they are deep dried however they don't really taste of much, just grease, but it was good to give it a go. They also cooked snake and some bigger creepy crawlys but we were advised not to eat anything that wasn't cooked then and there. Plus I've got ...

          China - dreaded it unnecessarily!!!

          A travel blog entry by rossandsarah on Jul 27, 2012

          ... anyone?) was delicious, and despite it being pricey, we would recommend anyone thinking about going to start researching flights now. There are regeneration projects and buildings being thrown up / replaced everywhere, which means that you don´t know whether you´re seeing the original building or something like it, but it is always interesting.

          Our flight for Hong Kong left Beijing on the 27th of July... Shi Shi Nee for reading ...

          Me and my friend...THE TOILET ...

          A travel blog entry by meiming on Jun 14, 2012

          1 comment, 3 photos

          ... them each time before I go*. Ladies, you MUST learn to "aim right"... and you better close your eyes or you might see what your neighbor did as well! I think I'll never get rid of this horror vision...

          But you know in the end this is just another reality I think everybody needs a time to get used to their new environment and I think I did quite well because in one week only I became "familiar" with all that and I just enjoy my new ...