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Review of Hutongs, Beijing

Super

“Hutongs of Beijing”

published 07/08/2009

Beautiful buildings and a look at life for many ordinary citizens of Beijing

Can be busy and cramped

...A hutong is an ancient alleyway or lane found in Beijing which can date back as far as the Yuan dynasty of China in the 13th century. The crisscrossing alleys can now offer a glimpse of another part of this ancient city that is quite different to the major attractions such as the Summer Palace or the Forbidden City. The tiny, twisted and interconnected lanes wind through whole areas of the city...

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Review of Red Lantern House, Beijing

Super

“A Beijing Bolthole”

published 07/06/2008

Cheap, with helpful staff

pricy food (compared to outside of hostel),

...of mine. She told us she would scope out the local hostels for us and that there was a chance we could stay in her friends flat instead. Then the earthquake hit Sichuan, and our holiday looked like it was going to be cancelled. We decided to change our destination to Beijing instead, and my friend came to join us. She recommended the hostel that she had stayed in on her last visit and it looked nice...

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Review of China - beijing

Excellent

“Ten years in Beijing”

published 30/09/2005

Great people, fabulous food

Pollution levels high, extremes of temperature

...includes unusual dishes that don't really suit the western palate, such as chicken's feet and pig's trotters. Everyday Chinese food though is fantastic. There are many types of Chinese cuisine, probably the most famous of which is spicy Sichuan food, and all can be found in Beijing, but the most common type of restaurant is what in Chinese is called home style cooking. This includes a bit of all cuisines...

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