Fenglong Youth Hostel

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

3 Temples and 1 Mosque

A travel blog entry by caroline63


... showed us into a dining room. A tropical storm blew up with thunder, lightning and gales and within 10 minutes there was 2" of water on all the oaths. Luckily I managed to get a taxi pretty quickly back to the hotel, and the lovely man drove me right up to Block 2 (with my Mandarin directions for straight on, turn left, turn right). Several large branches had blown off ...

Time to go home

A travel blog entry by scott.burgess07


... considering how little I know right now about what I want to do in the future. With all of that in mind, I definitely intend on coming back to a Chinese speaking country, and hopefully Beijing, in the near future. I'll just let myself enjoy Christmas and a quick spot of normality first, though. Oh and I also achieved my language objectives of learning 1000+ words and 50-100 characters, and being able to communicate effectively in Chinese ...

The Beijing Barge

A travel blog entry by nixerflynn


... down the canal for the Summer Palace. Unfortunately the "Summer Palace" was not the name of our next luxurious accommodation - its a huge ancient palace set on a man-made lake which stretches out for 2.2 square kilometers. The palace was constructed for Empress Cixi so she would have somewhere to go on her summer holidays.The earth that was excavated from the lake was used to make a huge man-made hill called "Longevity Hill" (see the pics below warning people to "Mind the ...


A travel blog entry by romeobal


... O'Dowd and also our host agency, CAECEC. The main message of IvyMax (as their name implies) is that they will "guarantee" that your student will be accepted to an Ivy League school. The crests of these schools (Harvard, Princeton, Yale, etc.) adorn the ceilings and walls. Of course, this isn't true but it's amazing what the power of propaganda combined with almost desperate hope can do. Naturally, since it's the best agency in China, and the most expensive, we meet ...

Beijing - the fun of bargaining

A travel blog entry by peteryang


... shop. I could tell he was bluffing and walked away again. After ten steps he called me back and asked me to increase my offer. At this point I already had a lot of leverage because he asked me to go back twice. I increased my offer to $80 and he gave another finally price of $100. I smiled and informed him that I will go walk around and come back later to buy it. He said there will be no better deal around, so I walked out for the third time. He yelled at me "$90!". ...


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