Dongzhimen Golden Pineapple Youth Hostel

Address: No.18 Xinzhong Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100027, China | Motel
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    Day 26

    A travel blog entry by jas20j on Jul 07, 2015

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    ... It is only 65 kilometres north of Beijing, about one and a half hours' drive from the city along the newly built Badaling Expressway toll road, in picturesque mountain terrain. We spent several hours traversing the wall. It was a personal physical challenge to climb the sets of uneven stairs linked by beacon towers. The heat of today with temperatures in the low 30 degrees Celsius and high humidity also made the ascent difficult. Allan made the climb to the peak at Beacon tower 13 ...

    Temples and Tea

    A travel blog entry by afinial on Sep 15, 2014

    43 photos

    ... cups.

    With the tea we had snacks of sugared pecans, roasted pine nuts still in their kernels, sweet dry sultanas, and toffeed walnuts. As we hadn't eaten lunch, a serve of healthy dumplings, rice or soup was served to us all.

    A wonderful way to relax over the afternoon before coming back to the hotel and resting before dinner.

    Asking for a recommendation we were booked into Dali Courtyard a restaurant in the hutong north and west of the temples we were ...

    China - Beijing & Great Wall

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jul 09, 2014

    104 photos

    ... already some 300 people making a line for the bus no. 877. We patiently joined the queue and got on the bus in approx. 20 minutes. At 6.30 we were already on our way to Badaling. The journey lasted only one hour (we originally expected to travel 2 hours).

    Once we arrived in Badaling we had to walk for roughly 20 minutes until we reached the ticket counters. Even though it was 7.40 in the morning the Great Wall was getting very busy. When we looked up we could see thousands ...

    Day 29 - Everybody was Kung Fu Fighting

    A travel blog entry by costin on Oct 28, 2013

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    ... skip Shanghai and get the sleeper train straight to Hong Kong to extend our stay in Beijing by a further 3 nights. We were reluctant to do it, but Beijing had been so good so far that it was hard not to. Plus it would mean we could see Paul and Ben again on the Friday night for one (ahem) last beer. Kim popped out for a spot of shopping to buy a hideous lucky cat - which she had been determined to get from day ...

    Beijing - the Emperor's home

    A travel blog entry by wiedmeyer2 on Apr 22, 2013

    45 photos

    ... and not crowded so we can enjoy our climb leisurely (meaning we were very slow). The most difficult part of climbing was the unevenness of the steps. Coming down was even worst than going up until Ray figured out that we could do it easier by going backwards. We stopped at the Ming Tombs on the way back. Once a sacred place was messed up by all the coins and paper money Chinese tourists threw all over. I wish they would just send their donation directly to the ...