161 Hotel Beijing Jingzhou

Address: No.27 Yanjingli Middle Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100025, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

We've arrived!

A travel blog entry by wheats28 on Jul 28, 2014

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24 hrs later and we've arrived in Beijjing! Andy's set up a bed fit for a giant! And that suits us swell. Had a lazy day today, Andy lives near the financial district so checked out rem koolhaus's CCTV building and had something to eat in soho! Catching a night train to Datong with Andy and Georgia to see the hanging monastries and yungang caves tonight Here's a picture some where over Pakistan, beautiful sites like this only fuel my ...

Family Visits

A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Oct 28, 2013

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... again. I miss them already waiting for me outside class and having some good company from home. I'm not sure you properly appreciate your family until you are wrestling with a terrible phone connection as the only method of communication for an extended period of time. I certainly loved having conversations that consisted of something more than "Can you here me now?". Not long until Christmastime and I get some visitors again!

Not Feeling It

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Oct 07, 2013

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... mind was still on vacation mode after having one week off. Last week was sweet since I got to finally explore Beijing and have a break from everything.

Last night, Anthony claimed that we did not have a Chinese exam today. I did not believe him because our professor made it clear that we always have exams on Mondays.

When I got to Chinese class, the French-Lebanese guy John asked everyone was ready for the ...

<3 Beijing Becomes a Bomb Zone

A travel blog entry by cats-adventures on Feb 08, 2013

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... one being as high as 1 and half men and about the diameter of 50cm. In was insane the height they could reach whilst doing there tumbling without (what seemed) no springed mats! The same group of acrobats later literally climbed up poles, flung themselves off of them and between them as well as falling down them, upside down and stopping within millimetres of the ground. One man played with his balls...excuse the pun. He started with some tricks juggling 2, 3, 4 balls, ...

China Syndrome

A travel blog entry by emandjack on Jun 03, 2012

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... as we needed all the calories that we could get (well, we already have plenty of calories stored in fat by now, but you know...), as the next day we tackled Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City (hereafter referred to as the Day of Great Harmonious Walking through Glorious People's Republic of China).

Tienanmen Square was an interesting juxtaposition for our trip - after all, we had traveled some 9,200 kilometers since Red Square. Here are our earth-shattering conclusions ...