Yaxi Hotel (Beijing Jingzhou)

No.27 Yanjingli Middle Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100025, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Escaping from Boredom

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


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In a different part, there were construction carrying on for major stores to move in.

In an empty part, I saw a man in a blue jumpsuit dancing. It was so funny because he was swinging his arms like a duck swimming. No idea what style he was trying to show off. Music was not even playing.

Zhengyangmen was so touristy with a bunch of foreigners and non-Beijing Chinese people. Ohwell. It was a great escape for me to get away from ...

This Is The Life

A travel blog entry by raaawr


... other, the cooks shouting for their products and the smell. Oh, that smell of fresh food of all kinds. Quite indescribable and unique, but wonderful. And the diversity of food there! All kinds of meat and parts of the animals to try! I skipped a few things, knowing I didn't like them already, but did my share of experimenting. The skorpions mainly tasted of oil and not much else. Snake was quite chewy and sometimes had a fishy hint in it. But not in anyway, just ...

Day 4- Beijing

A travel blog entry by cassileekahn


... symbols (Chinese letters) we’ve repetitively seen (like in “entrance”
and “exit”), the language, the difficulty etc. We really got a great insight….Although
while I felt more enlightened, Robs just felt more confused about this
seemingly complicated language.

But I knew Robs was really after dumplings, so we found a
second place and both had dumplings- we shared veg ones and red bean ...

Beijing Part Deux

A travel blog entry by vwuertz


... tell people it’s time to go home. After Howard explains the towers and the hutong to us, he gets us organized and loaded into rickshaws. We travel through the hutong at a pretty quick pace, despite the fact the rickshaw drivers have the weight of two people in their rickshaws. These guys pedal quickly and brake even quicker. We make our way through the hutong, sharing the road with bikes and cars. Cars have such a tight fit through the ...

At the top of the world!

A travel blog entry by photosbyaiyer


... no idea of what was there! I believe we were at Badaling Pass. (http://www.badalinggreatwall.com/) From the base, you take the gondola to the top where you meet up with the wall at Gate 8. From there we climbed up to Gate 14. It took us about two hours to do the climb. Between altitude, heat, and climbing, I wasn't sure I was going to make it. My climbing buddies were good natured about letting me ...

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