Jia De Mei Guesthouse

No.24 Sandao Street, Jianguomenwai, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100022, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Weekend in Xi'an

A travel blog entry by jadekitts


... of just laying around chilling out. They were adorable though. I want a little baby panda J Remember how I said that little kids just go to the bathroom wherever because they don’t wear a diaper? Well in a building at the zoo, I saw a toddler pooping on the floor. Yes, pooping. It was disgusting. That is something that I will never get over in this country. Sanitation here is terrible, and the smells everywhere are horrible too. After that ...

Beijing to Manila

A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah


... a shower that's better than ours...albeit the whole room and everything in it are pretty grimy. Taxi ride over took ages, we went a long old way and tipped the guy about 40%.....it came to £3.80. Manila is definitely cheap Spray everything with Deet, and then I change unsuspectingly into all Nike gear before heading into the craziness Found a bar within spitting distance that had mojitos for a quid, air-con, UFC on the telly, and a food menu that's available til ...

The Motherland

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds


... Wall. Today we hiked two unrenovated sections of the wall in Panglongshan. It was incredible - wild and scenic. None of our photos truly capture the expanse of the wall and the surrounding mountains. It just goes on and on... and we would have loved to go on and on (there's always another dilapidated watch tower to lure you on), but we were running out of daylight and the path, made of dirt and loose stones, is narrow and precarious in some spots. (Just don't look down ...

Day Three in Beijing

A travel blog entry by milliethemoose


... the city called the Hutong. Hutong means "narrow lane". This is an old part of the city criss-crossed by narrow, winding alleys. To travel through the alleys we rode on rikshaws. The rikshaws took us to the home of a family that lives in the Hutong. There, Mr. Wu cooked us lunch. It was yummy. Mr. Wu and his wife have a small house that has a kitchen, a bathroom, a living room and a bedroom. They had crickets for pets and they chirped for us during ...

Shopping and eating

A travel blog entry by the_webbs

... for around 100rmb which is roughly 10. Hats, coats, watches, belts, wallets anything. We have a real dodgy DVD shop which is hidden within the market, why I'm not sure its that legitimate, this woman sharks you in the shopping part and walks you into what only can be described as an entrance to a toilet! Then not joking, there is a secret door that she knocks on that you could easily walk past, then someone opens it and you ...


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