Beijing Zi Long Hotel

Address: No.1A Yangwei Alley, West Kuanjie, Beijing, 100007, China | 2 star motel
 
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    Dishonor on you, dishonor on your cow....!

    A travel blog entry by americangeisha on May 08, 2015

    ... it became a mess within minutes.

    First night in we were starving so we headed to a restaurant Steph and Ash had ate at the night before. We ordered small lobsters, fried rice, veggies and.... frog legs. So, I had never had frog legs... I mean I knew people ate them, but they were never on my "must try" list and slightly, if I'm honest, grossed me out. But Ash (who had never had them before either, but had just tried them last night) and Steph insisted they were ...

    A day of rest UNTIL night-time, anyway

    A travel blog entry by spersephone on Dec 07, 2014

    14 photos

    ... hours and I was quite capable afterwards. We wandered off home again very late, briefly stopping in at KFC, but it had been an incredibly good night, I got the chance to spend some time with some of the guys that I haven't really gotten to know so well. I showed Jake my atrocious taste in music, and showed him our Worthogs website and newsletters on my phone. It was a good bonding exercise, and one which I hope to re-experience soon.  ...

    Day 292/297 - Silence on Tianamen Square / Silenci

    A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Jun 05, 2014

    44 photos

    ... The Olympic city was built outside Beijing’s fifth ring road, can you imagine how enormous this city is, and it has big traffic issues. This is why Steven cannot take the car to the city on Tuesdays. This is how they control the pollution too. However, when we were there, we had many sunny and clear days. As we were going around, I realized that all the Chinese have used the same two types of bushes for ...

    Beijing - our experience!

    A travel blog entry by paulandmaria on Oct 03, 2013

    10 photos

    ... br> but the young kids outfits with a cut out around their bum displaying
    all, all the time, is not something we expected. Especially when it
    means they can, and really do, pee everywhere; in the middle of a
    busy street (normally with a public toilet in eyesight), in a corner
    (if you're lucky), on subway platforms, through the bars of a bridge
    into a river or in a bin! Why not eh?!... One thing we didn't notice
    much of (and had expected to after reading travel ...

    Hutongs, emperors and morning routines

    A travel blog entry by nickfear on Mar 25, 2013

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    ... in the hutongs, I felt very safe and comfortable. There seems to be a strong sense of community. I am told this is partly down to the fact that the houses do not have toilets, there are a large number of public toilets, and inside they are open, no cubicles with doors ! But this is no shanty town, there is no evident poverty and they are clean. The younger generation tend to have moved out though, into modern apartments with their ...