Hanting Express (Beijing Bird's Nest Olympic Stadium)

Address: 19-20 Building, Anhui East Li, Beisihuan East Road, North Sihuandong Road,Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100101, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Wangfujing, night market and street food

A travel blog entry by richmiketrav on Sep 05, 2014

13 photos

... so it has to be assumed that the locals love them, along with fried millipedes, starfish, tarantulas, steamed red crabs and a host of other stuff we would consider bizarre. We didn't partake. The market looked extensive but we were not in the mood for an extended wander so we dived to the right and passed out of the food area into the trinket and souvenir area. All the smallholders can speak enough english to be able to catch ...

Can I buy Hair Gel in China?

A travel blog entry by g7s22 on Mar 20, 2014

3 comments, 8 photos

... remaining 10 hours.

Four of us got that bug right before we left but were feeling much better by the trip. Well one guy was left, and he was destined to fall. And fallen he has, during the 3 hour bus trip from the airport to the hotel. Yup 3 hours for what should have taken 20 minutes. Beijing rush hour reminds me of home :)

When we arrived here, the kids and I explored a bit and then decided to order room service instead ...

Beijing retail

A travel blog entry by nietsreuef on Dec 22, 2013

53 photos

... supply chain, but nobody seems to care much. It looks like a lot more bikes are sold than bike locks. Bike share is only $1.50 a day if you get stranded.

Cars cost about the same as Europe or the US. Beijing has 70,000 taxis, about double the per capita rate of New York’s 14,000. They’re cheap here, maybe the rate of DC. A gallon of gas in Beijing costs $5.50, and although you can buy a Bentley or Maserati in the color of ...

What a change of pace

A travel blog entry by jackajaylus on May 29, 2013

6 photos

... all the more shocking coming straight from India where everything is crammed into as tight a space as possible. And everything is so grey here. Everyone's cars are shades of grey, the buildings are grey, the suits are grey, its so oppressing, I can feel myself going crazy already. India is full of colour and live and individuality, I feel this is the opposite. It feels like a impersonal comercialised city of hell. Maybe I'm overreacting. I'm sure it will grow on ...


A travel blog entry by hardiek on Aug 13, 2012

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Any flight that leaves at 1:20 in the morning is already doomed as far as I'm concerned. It can only go down hill from there, especially when the airplane seat back doesn’t seem to want to recline backward. But this one’s worse than that. Not only do I arrive in Shanghai at six in the a.m. with seven hours until my onward connection, but I have to change airports—not terminals—to do it. Fun fun fun. At least I get ...