GreenTree Alliance Beijing Temple of Earth Hotel

No.8-10 Xiaohuangzhuang, Anding Menwai Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100011, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Biking in Beijing

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14


... and two story neighborhood homes which comprised virtually all of Beijing prior to 1978) to get a feel for what the city used to look like. It is a fascinating mix of old and new, all on very expensive land. These tiny homes sit on land that is valued at several million dollars, but nobody wants to sell and lose their convenient location. When the residents are forced out (the norm here), larger and newer homes are built which start at $30 million US, and go ...

Confused by People's Comments

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... lunch, I met up with my tutor Jacky. We went over grammar I learned today. Then the Chinese roommate Terry came in. Terry asked me to give him an American name. I told him that he already had one. Terry then went off about he originally used Charles as his American name until an American student in the program was named Charles. Terry asked me about if he should use the name Alex. I explained that he could, but he should make sure to put down Alexander as his official English ...

Dragon Lady: Tears of Fury

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo


... there for every meal.

Ada got a few different things for me to try. The first was this jiggly, gelatinous goo with liver and intestines in it. I was somewhat disgusted just looking at it. I knew I wouldn't like it. First, I don't like jiggly, gelatinous goo of any kind: not jello, pudding, American yogurt, jelly or jam, or anything like that. There was no way I was going to like this stuff. I tried it though. It was way worse than the cicada! Bleh!!!

Then the other ...

The last from China!

A travel blog entry by ryallandelis


... Oh and of course monks everywhere you look. The smell of sandalwood is enchanting. Lunch today was at a well-recommended Malaysian restaurant. It is situated in a ‘hutong’, a little alley commonly found in Beijing. Our hostel is also in one of these little alleys.

Well now its time to close our backpacks and let Vietnam fill us with new adventures, smells and colours. Oh and of course don’t forget, HEAT.

Lots of love, hugs and kisses

Ryall and ...

An unexpected reunion on the tourist trail....

A travel blog entry by gdarmo


... had a few early photos and a statement saying 'this is where the foreign powers lived in 1900'. There is clearly no love lost over the whole event, and I have no doubt the colonial powers were no angels, since there were many other references I noticed over the next couple of days - "this palace was burned by anglo-french foreign powers in 1860" - "the copper in this temple was stolen in 1900 by the foreign powers" etc.. The legation quarter itself now seems to be home to a lot ...


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