Dongzhimen Golden Pineapple Youth Hostel

Address: No.18 Xinzhong Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100027, China | Motel
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      Bruce Lee

      A travel blog entry by high5 on Nov 10, 2014

      7 photos

      ... emperor of China was buried who made Beijing the capital. Also where all the emperors and empresses since him are buried. During this visit we learned about Picchus and Fungswei. Then we visited a Jaide factory where Lauren wanted to buy everything lol! We also had lunch here which was very early considering it was like half 10! We then had an hour drive to The Great Wall. We had decided to go to the Mutianyu part of the wall it is not ...


      A travel blog entry by sammy_moore on May 07, 2014

      2 comments, 56 photos

      ... Were we really in China?? So many people had told us how difficult it would be to travel, but we were yet to have any problems. After a gut busting munch in the hostel restaurant we all starting napping, woke briefly to be given fresh pineapple by our new roommates, Lei from China, Dan from Chicago and Alvaro from Scotland/Spain and then continued to sleep through to the next day-ooops. We all rose early having fully recharged our batteries with a mammoth sleep. Lei officially ...

      Midterm Week Begins.....

      A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Mar 17, 2014

      ... milk, somebody shouted, "Benny." I turned and it was Constance! We walked to the small cafeteria together before we separated.

      When I entered my Chinese classroom, there was a strange man in there. I asked if the room was being used and he said yes. So, I sat outside.

      Olivia later showed up and said the man was in there earlier too. We walked in and we asked why the guy was there. He did not give us a clear answer.

      What a 36 hours!

      A travel blog entry by jportelance on Jul 13, 2013

      1 comment, 28 photos

      ... tourists there and 90%25 were with tour buses! (everyone knows how much I despise tour buses) To our surprise, easily 90%25 of the tourists were actually Chinese Nationals from other parts of the country, and if we're not the only white people in the square, we're 3 out of a very small number (because we didn't see anymore!) And apparently the Chinese Nationals coming to visit Beijing hadn't see a white person either because by the time we had walked across the Square, no ...


      A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Dec 09, 2012

      3 photos

      ... of church from state affairs in order to prevent recurrence of situations like the Taiping Rebellion. After the "opening up" of the 1980s, more religious freedoms were granted, and traditional beliefs like Taoism and Buddhism were supported as an integral part of the Chinese culture.Nowadays "Shenism", Taoism and Buddhism are the ...