Jialihua Guest House (Beijing Shuangqiao)

Address: No.9 Building B, Shuanghuiyuan Residential Area, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100024, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Beijing food street and Gate of Heavenly Peace

A travel blog entry by whatagreatwall on Jun 17, 2014

3 comments, 14 photos

This evening Jin and I walked from the hotel to Tiananmen Sq/Forbidden City, stopping at a pedestrian shopping street called Wangfujing, and a traditional food street, on the way. The area is really beautiful at night. Hope you like the photos!

Purple Bamboo Park and Food

A travel blog entry by pandabearm on Oct 03, 2013

1 comment, 44 photos

... here? Well, they don't, and it is still very odd to me. Ellen helped me get milk juice boxes and sweet milk that I can keep in my room.

I also asked Ellen if she knew what puns were. After she said that she did not know that word, I explained puns to her, and we talked about Chinese puns all the way home. Overall, it was a very good day, and I am excited to learn more about my language partner and her what her life is like as a student at a top Chinese university student in Beijing.

Settling back in to the norm

A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Sep 16, 2013


... Indonesia, Korea and Japan. I think my class was more culturally diverse last semester, but I also like the thought of making more friends who live in countries closer to mine than Europe and America. I have never been to Thailand, but my grandparents go each year, so that could be a good excuse to go one time!
My teachers also seem to be nice as well. They have higher expectations, and speak in a more complex and fast manner than my last ...

The Most Valuable Chinese Commodity: Chinese Food

A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Apr 09, 2013

1 comment

... Stephen, Dylan, Jake and I dubbed it the “Sichuan Fanguanr” or Sichuan Restaurant, simply because it has a lot of spicy Sichuan dishes. Stephen loves spicy, and the rest of us didn’t mind too much, so Sichuan Fanguanr was where we ate every other weekend. (Alright, maybe not that often, but it has been well frequented.)

A staple item on our table is the kung pao chicken—it’s just too good to pass up! Other favorites are the pumpkin ...

First little downer of our adventure.

A travel blog entry by the_webbs on Sep 01, 2012


... to pay to get in. 25RMB but Kim was not with me, so i took some exterior shots and decided to get back on my bike. Just so me and Kim can go together another day. So as i went along i did a few miles, but because i have a road bike, its easy peasy! I'm only ever used to mountain bikes with chunky tires. But all this riding is coming at a cost. As some of you are aware, my knee is starting to ache big time. And to make things worse i walked into the ...