Golden Inn (Beijing Jingsong)

Address: No.9 Ertiao, Guanghe Nanli, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100021, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

More sedate day

A travel blog entry by spersephone on Dec 05, 2014

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... differences make quite an impact. It is accepted that Western culture has influenced modern Chinese art and architecture, but as Chinese traditional art has such a long history, it is unlikely to be swayed too much by external forces. We then had a quick break for lunch, and we went to the closest cafeteria. This time, it wasn't too busy and I got through the system, but I whacked a poor guy on his head as I walked past. He was very apologetic to ...

Catching up

A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Jun 21, 2014

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... for dinner. It was raining, so of course the 3 minute journey to BLCU turned into 25, and I was late for my own dinner. But I made it in the end, and I was so happy to see the lovely girls again. It was Pia, Margaux, Xiao Lian and Berekti, my Canadian classmate from last semester.
We ate at the SE Asian restaurant Coco Lol, one of my favourites from last year. I ate the same thing every time, and it was ...

A little bit of vegan heaven amidst the Hutong's

A travel blog entry by emma.simonsen89 on Mar 31, 2014

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... streets of Melbourne. With its high, wooden ceilings; carved wooden furniture, blended with a mix of laid back lounges and chilled music, it was a very, very cool place. Greeted by a waiter who spoke enough English to get by, I was seated to my little lounge and handed the menu - I looked at it as if it were some prized gospel. My eyes danced between the list of freshly squeezed juices to organic roasted coffee, to the FOOD. Hearty lentil, chili ...

A Lifting of carriages

A travel blog entry by marrre on Aug 05, 2013

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... time, and with haste set out for sightseeing.
Hutongs are the traditional way of cityplanning, with small square yards, lined with narrow alleyways. Thirty minutes east of our hotels lies the largest and most lively hutong district, and that's where we perused the cornershops, the souvenir stalls and the busy streets the afternoon before the pre-departure meeting.
A decidedly younger group, the Beijing-Xi'an gang turned out to be more international as well. In addition to ...

Beijing, for the very first time

A travel blog entry by travistravels on Aug 05, 2012

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... on the bus fares with the pass. Also, if you don’t use up all the money you put on the card (you have to do a 40 yuan minimum deposit, I put on 100 since I was going to be there a week) you can cash them out when you’re done. That has to be done at one of the station offices but they’re scattered around pretty well and aren’t hard to find. Oh! If you have multiple people in your party, ...