Travel: The Tianjin Escape

Peaks Journal

The Forbidden City

Over the weekend, we made some last-minute plans to get away from the everyday hustle and bustle of Beijing. We love our little apartment, and the surrounding neighborhood, but sometimes a break from the things you love is pretty refreshing.

So, yes, if you’re reading this. Take a break. No, the world won’t end if you check out for a few days. Yes, you will feel refreshed, and ready to resume the hustle and bustle of life.

If you’re in Beijing, and planning to go to Tianjin, then this article should be a good reference for places you might want to visit. If you’re planning to travel around China, and you plan to stop in Tianjian, then this should be a good supplementary guide.

It’s important to know that some hotels in Tianjin apparently don’t host foreigners. We have no idea why, perhaps some governmental regulation of…

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I'm a self-proclaimed aesthete, an amateur literary critic and a history buff with a BA in Political Science and History from Wesleyan College.

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