Beijing South Garden Youth Hotel

Address: No.35 Nancaiyuan Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100054, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

The day we had pizza

A travel blog entry by jennydavies on Aug 17, 2014

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So today we had glorious pizza! And it was pretty good pizza for China, it was a welcome break from all the bizarre Chinese food that they had been giving us. We have had 4 days of teaching so far, the kids have been great but it has been very stressful, we wake up at 6:30, have breakfast at 7:00 and then leave for our school at 8:00, the first lesson starts at 8:30 and we get back to the hotel about 5:30 in the evening, we then have a break and dinner is at 7:00pm but we ...

We are HERE and busy, busy busy!

A travel blog entry by akwoman59 on Apr 11, 2014

2 comments, 65 photos

... meter = 1 312.335 958 yards! Multiply that by 2 when there are 2 worms in the cocoon! I admit, I bought another quilt and pillow for the new house, plus some wall hangings! We are shipping them home, no room to carry them!

Yesterday, our Sunday, we drove to the Great Wall at Jinshanling, the same place we went last time (May 2010). It was still exciting. I love to ride the cable car up to the Great Wall. Although this was my second trip to ...


A travel blog entry by stevedantravel on Aug 03, 2013

1 photo

... here.) Carrying on with the tour we were to a Jade Factory where we we told how the whole process was made from start to finish. Jade is a Chinese speciality and a very nice piece of material for jewellery and small souvenirs as well. We had a look around and it was cool. Next Stop was the Sacred Way and the Ming Tomb. The Sacred Way was a long walkway which had animals on both sides, sacred animals to the Chinese, I took pictures of them all and ...

Ba Da Ling, Ba Da Boom!

A travel blog entry by meanderingmand on Jan 25, 2013

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We set out early on day, heading first to Beijing South Railway Station (this time with passports in hand!) to get our tickets to Xi'an for the following day. Unfortunately the sleeper trains were all booked up so we plumped for a high speed train leaving just before 5pm.

With that sorted, we went to Xizhumen Station by Beijing North Station to take the S2 train to the Badaling section of the Great Wall.

Now, hard core ...

Climbing the Great Wall.. Kind of..

A travel blog entry by dreamingawake on Nov 08, 2012

22 photos

... during the construction of the wall, and most of them were just burried in the wall when it happened. Back then, the wall was constructed out of stone and big slabs of mud and earth, so most of it is already eroded. About 700 years ago, during the Ming dynasty they reconstructed the wall, which is what is standing now.

Our lift tickets weren't included, it was 80RMB to get the chair lift up and sled down (both I found extremely terrifying hhahaha) but it was definitely worth ...