Dain Yew Hotel Beijing

No.8 Deyuan Alley, Guangnei Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100053, China | Motel
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Hello China

A travel blog entry by sheilarickbevis


... or less nothing. Even the occasional something is so rare that it amounts to nothing in the way that any number divided by zero is as near to nothing as makes no difference. Practically nothing apart from the tussocks and don't start me off on the subject of tussocks. I hate 'em. Lazy little *******s! To break the monotony, there are at intervals a shepherd or perhaps a carcass upon which feed vultures. Outer Mongolia/Inner Mongolia, there's not a lot to choose ...

A Jewish Life for Me in Beijing.

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer


... and a public affairs officer from the US Consulatye, both exemplifying this city's rich diverseness.l There were Chinese girlfriends and wives experiencing this marvelous sense of Jewish community, and for once, I experienced what it was like to be Jewish in this very secular nation. Next year I hope my fiancee will be able to experience this festival, because after all, when you're in love, the whole world is Jewish. So Chag Sameach or Happy ...

A School with a difference

A travel blog entry by robrae


... family members. Modern apartments have to be repurchased after 70 years at the market price.

Yonghe Gong (Lama Temple) is an ancient bell tower where we had a tea ceremony to try five different teas. The room was nicely set out with different cups for tasting and samples of teas. Miss Tea (Misty) gave a very entertaining demonstration. There was a wide variety of flavours; Ginseng Oolong (digestion, strengthen kidney and energy), Jasmine ( brighten eyes and strenghten liver), ...

Three Cheers For My Lungs!

A travel blog entry by janagorski


... trying to find something to wash it down.
Now for the exciting experiences. Both are listed in the Lonely Planet but having had disappointing experiences with their recommendations in the past, we approached these places only after the good word of fellow travelers.
Dali Courtyard: you book and communicate any dietary needs. You are served whatever the Yunnan chef decides to cook that day (usually several dishes) based on which foods look good at ...

The First Week

A travel blog entry by patickdb


Hello everyone! My apologies for not updating at all this week. Its been kinda hectic. After spending 13 hours at the Beijing airport Monday, we got moved in to our dorms. We're living in a place called the Global Village. Its home to the 3000 international students that are currently attending Peking University. 12 of us went out to dinner to get more acquainted with one another. I'm with a great group of people. ...


This motel, located in the CCTV/W. Railway Station area of Beijing, is near Chairman Mao Memorial Hall (Maozhuxi Jiniantang), Peking Opera, Anantara Spa By The Great Wall, and Poly Art Museum.
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