Aijia Hostel

No.9 Shuangxiu Community, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100088, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

The end of the road

A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Jan 26, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... but I was lucky enough to have a visitor every few months (not sure if that was for my sake or mum and dad’s ;)).


This year in China has taught me so much more than just the language. I have made such amazing, close friends that have taught me about their own cultures in such a personal way. I don’t think many other people can say they have friends from every single inhabited continent; Europe, South America, North ...

Rainy Skies in Xi'an. Blue Skies in Beijing.

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on Jul 06, 2013

3 comments, 18 photos

... we all made it safely onto the train, with ALL of our luggage. and let me tell you.. there is a TON. Maybe even literally.

Our 5 teachers from Tie Yi who accompanied us on field trips and who helped us with everything throughout the trip stayed with us until the train pulled out. They helped us until the last minute as well, carrying suitcases for people and helping out in anyway they could.

We love them. They're the best.

Mr. Palmer's ...

Beijing

A travel blog entry by cstravelling on Oct 28, 2012

1 comment, 9 photos

... way to the metro Sarah had to wee very badly (curse of a cup if tea)... Yep, she had to use a public toilet!! Loo roll in hand, she headed into the first one which looked half decent! Luckily it had a disabled toilet and this meant it was western! It was quite a horrific experience I'm told! We then headed to our next hotel The Days Inn Forbidden City.. Very very central, practically in the forbidden city! Finally a real hotel room with a door on the bathroom! We then went for a walk ...

Forbidden?

A travel blog entry by photosbyaiyer on Jul 02, 2012

40 photos

... mother coaching her preschool-aged child to pose in front of Mao’s giant picture – stand straight and salute. On another occasion, we saw the swift police response to a man who chose to express his political views with a small handwritten sign.

Their response to me was both touching and amusing. They all carry umbrellas to guard against the sun and heat. I did not have one. While we were standing in the long line, a man ...

Beijing - Lide as an Emporer

A travel blog entry by milfung on May 05, 2012

7 photos

... lake" is the size of the English Channel.

Once the Chinese had returned to work we headed for the forbidden city, and were overwhelmed by the sheer size of the place and the (in)efficient GPS audio guide – ‘you are now entering the throne room’, no we aren’t its 100m across a massive courtyard quick run.. But it is a really impressive place and was defiantly an experience.

Jumping forward in history ...