Motel 168 Beijing Anzhen Bridge

Address: No.22 Anding Road, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100029, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Sleeping in Beijing

A travel blog entry by towib on Jul 23, 2014

The train ride to Beijing was lovely and uneventful, I arrived at 21:40. I was surprised at how little I remembered about Beijing, the metro map looked totally unfamiliar. Nevertheless I got to my stop okay and found the street of my hostel without too much difficulty. The hostel was meant to be 400m from the station, and after about 200m I came to a Youth Hostel sign, only to find that the building was filled with rubble. I actually remember thinking "I'm glad I'm not staying ...


A travel blog entry by clagolzo on Mar 23, 2014

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... places because it was so difficult to breathe!! Also it was pretty hot compared to Japan, which didn't help, but you couldn't really see the sun through the smoggy mist. In fact you couldn't really see very much at all beyond a few metres ahead of you, it was just ridiculous. I wonder whether when I was there it was even worse than usual, because I saw on TV that they'd actually has ...

"Great" Adventures

A travel blog entry by sctravels on Aug 19, 2013

5 comments, 3 photos

... only to get suckered into buying "I climbed the Great Wall" shirts from our new found bff.

After an exhausted trek and lack of eating any substantial amount of food these last few days we caved and headed straight for the Hut. PIZZA HUT! With full stomachs and sore feet we headed back to the hostel and called it a night after our Great Adventure on the Great ...

Remembering in China

A travel blog entry by nmaskus on Nov 10, 2012

1 comment, 4 photos

... One home room teacher had already talked about Remembrance Day in home room. Other teachers were discussing the day in their classes, and these students saw the teachers and 50 students wearing poppies at 3:30. I visited the grade three class I give ms. Jordana (a fellow Canadian) her poppy. The kids were instantly engaged and wanted to know more. Jordana turned it into a teachable moment and asked the primary art teacher if they could do a poppy related project for the class, ...

Where Only the Royals Walked

A travel blog entry by chinabridge2012 on Jul 28, 2012

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Today's field trip was at Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden Palace. Tiananmen Square was huge and open! So many people filled up the area though. We saw the iconic picture of Mao too. We entered the gates to the Forbidden Palace. So buildings were being renovated but some of the old bricks remained. It was pretty cool to imagine that we were walking in the same place that only the most important officials were allowed to walk! :O