Beijing South Garden Youth Hotel

No.35 Nancaiyuan Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100054, China | Motel
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Energy of Children

A travel blog entry by florachen

... ve heard of the brand. First, Prada shoes. Second, Ecco shoes. Then he’s running back and forth between his room and the dining room displaying all his European wear. At seven in the morning his energy was impressive to say the least. If we combined all the energy we as young adults had we still wouldn’t be able to match his. Later that day we went to go visit my grandma’s ...

Meeting New Awesome People

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... br> Mohini invited me to go shopping with her. I said yes.

Later, Sara and Karena came knocking and invited Anthony and me to lunch. I declined since I had plans with Mohini. Then, Anthony and I walked down stair to talk to the front desk about our water bill. I dashed to the lounge to see if anybody was there to help me to tell me how to say water bill. Cathy was there and she wrote down the pinyin and character for me.

At ...

The Great Wall!

A travel blog entry by christinakrawec


... the way home. Those stairs were exhausting.

We all decided to shower and change before going to dinner. Anna, Najung, Yao, Siliang, Phoenix and I had dinner with their friends from a couple nights ago, William and Wes. We shared a nice meal together in the same area from yesterday before deciding rather spontaneously to go karaoke-ing.

I'll admit it: I was skeptical. Karaoke in the States consists of a bunch of awkward teenagers half-heartedly flipping through songs ...

The golden middle

A travel blog entry by 2enma5ter


... few people were on the Westside until I was stopped by a security guard telling me I was wandering on staff only paths. I soon found out that the only way through this maze was with the masses. The Forbidden City is historically and spiritually fascinating, but since you walk amongst an estimated million people and cannot take a single picture without somebody running you over or walking into your shot, I had a hard time to warm up to the place. While others spend ...

Title: Entry No 4, I love Beijing, but...

A travel blog entry by meiming


... for 25 minutes in the subway every morning, wake up at 5h30 from Monday to Friday, being constantly looked at from the moment you get out of your house to the moment you come back for the rest of my life ? Thanks, but no thanks. Chinese people especially those between 30 and 50 years old are very nice polite and welcoming, but people spitting everywhere around me, being the main attraction when I visit any touristic attractions and never find ...

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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good