Super 8 Beijing Qianmen Hufang Bridge

Address: No.106 Yong'an Road, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100050, China | Motel
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

The Flying Physio Nun

A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Oct 29, 2014

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... affect on his precious skull and its' contents inside, which is not cool. Trying to take control of this pathetic situation I elected myself President Xi Jingping, sat him up and told the First Aid lady to sit down. By this stage he had been seizing for a good 7-8 minutes and the Captain came down to assess the severity of the situation. Thankfully he was Aussie and practical- he wanted to know who I was, how the patient was and how he and his team could me help him. ...

Relaxing Despite It Being Final Week

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Dec 10, 2013

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... that I became friends with her. So sad that she is returning to Santa Clara next semester.

Later, we returned to the basement lounge in our building to work on our finals. I studied Chinese for a bit. Then, I returned to my room.

I decided to knock on Katherine's door since I was bored. She was just chilling there. We talked and I went to the kitchen with her. She was making pasta.

We talked before I had to go off to see Bill at ...

The OLD Summer palace

A travel blog entry by driftingidiot on Jul 31, 2013

... me old broken china. I'm not sure how old these pieces are, but they are nice enough to look at. I finished walking around the huge lake and ended up near the south entrance of the park (keep in mind I'd not seen all of the park, but it was still many hours later). I ran from that entrance to the east entrance, got some cash (all of it) from the bank and headed back to TIP. [China is a cash culture. I've yet to see anyone use a credit card, even in hotels and ...

Days 39 to 43: Beijing

A travel blog entry by mikensoph on Sep 07, 2012

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... plenty of people who are bi-lingual but no-one seems to bother consulting them!

4) Spitting – ooh baby, this one is difficult to get used to. Apparently it is a lot better now than it used to be but spitting is still the number one pass-time in China. We don’t mean a casual pip of saliva here either…. you will hear a snorting sound followed by a long rumble from the back of the throat, lastly there is this hacking noise as the middle aged lady in the ...

Arrival to Beijing

A travel blog entry by sergioleon on Aug 31, 2012

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... be a tour guide. We took the airport express train to the subway station where we had to take line 2. Unfortunately, as it was too late, line 2 was closed. In a city of 60 million people, why the hell does the metro close at 11 pm??? Well, we left the station to take a taxi and as in Peru, they are all trying to scam you! We negotiated a taxi from 2,000 yuan (which is like $ 300!) To 50 yuan, which later I came to find out was ...