Fenglong Youth Hostel

Address: No.35 Taiping Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100054, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Great Wall of China at Badaling and Ming Tombs

A travel blog entry by geoffbro on Aug 18, 2014

2 comments, 10 photos

... br> From Badaling it's on to the sacred Ming
Tombs, burial grounds to 13 of the 16 Ming emperors. You'll explore the
largest of the excavated burial sites, the Chang Ling Tomb, which is
divided into three separate, impressive courtyards.

Lunch is
included in your day tour to the Great Wall of China and the Ming Tombs,
along with a shopping opportunity at the renowned Longdi Jade Factory.

Temple of heaven, forbidden city, great wall

A travel blog entry by kathrynelliott on Apr 21, 2014


... would forgive me more if I did not climb up the steep steps any further. I was going to go on the less difficult side, but the crowds put me off. Really crowded. But it was enjoyable and the views of the mountains were worth the climb.

  • After this, we headed to a cloisonné factory for a tour of how it is made - one of those incredibly intricate and complicated crafts that the Asians seem to be so good at, and through the shop to ...

  • Beijing Part 1: The Mental Head Slap

    A travel blog entry by nomad143 on Nov 27, 2013


    ... than appealing, it was a wondrous area to base ourselves while in Beijing. As we walked to our hostel I saw upscale boutiques sandwiched with a strange chain churro store next to a traditional restaurant side by side with an artsy little hostel. Everywhere I looked there was some cool doorway or boutique that I couldn’t wait to explore. Through cracked doorways I could see past the dressed up street we were on down dingy little alleys that ...

    42 Xian- Beijing

    A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Jun 01, 2013

    27 photos

    ... to the local police. When you buy a train ticket the i.d. number or in my case, my passport number is printed on the ticket.

    On the ticket you find you bunk/seat number, once the train leaves the attendant comes around with a big folder where she keeps plastic cards with all seat/bunk numbers. She exchanges the tickets for the plastic card. After she has collected all the cards she goes to her tiny office at the front of the carriage and ...

    1 Month 3 Days

    A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Oct 03, 2012


    ... That night my Chinese was just not flowing, and my friend was very supportive in her response. Two mornings later I woke up, and upon waking up realized a good majority of my dream had been in Chinese. I'm not saying I dream in Chinese now, but this was definitely a surprise and not what I was expecting given the first half of my week.

    I am noticing progress in how fast I can complete my homework, too. What at first took me two hours now takes me ...

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