Harbour Inn

Address: No.18 Yu Ge hutong GuLou Da Jie, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100007, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

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A travel blog entry by squarehors969 on Jan 08, 15

... probably refers to the actor Simon Jewell, who was buried on 21 August 1592.[32] The Shrew must have been written earlier than 1593, as Anthony Chute's Beauty Dishonoured, written under the title of Shore's wife (published in June 1593) contains the line "He calls his Kate, and she must come and kiss him." This must refer to The Shrew, as there is no corresponding "kissing scene" in A Shrew.[32] There are also verbal similarities between both Shrew plays and the anonymous play A ...

Last day in china

A travel blog entry by carolineandkent on Sep 29, 2014

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... Kent bought an Ayn Rand book which is a bit controversial for china to be selling ! After checking out we walked down to Beihai park. Walked around the lake and onto the island. It's a nice warm day. After walking for 2 and a half hours we stop for refreshment at Hou Hai area by the lake. So, we've invaded and conquered China. Watch out Malaysia here we ...

Showers All Around

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo on Jul 15, 2013

2 comments, 3 photos

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I gathered all my shower stuff, along with Tania's bathing bowl and went to the shower room. I hung my towel and clothes on the door; there was nowhere else to hang them. There's a box by the faucet, so I touched my card to it, like I do for my meals. It flashed numbers. I turned on the water. The pipes made gurgling sounds, but nothing came out. Hmmm. I tried again and again. Switching between turning on the water first, then touching my card to the machine ...

新年快乐~!

A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Feb 12, 2013

1 comment, 9 photos

... and hold a meaning of reunion in Chinese custom and belief.

The traditions in a nutshell: cleaning, the buying of new clothes (especially for children), the buying of new things in general (new items symbolize the welcoming of new things), couplets, red decorations, dumplings, fireworks, and the “biggest mass human migration on Earth.” (It was estimated 200 million people have traveled to be with their families for Spring Festival.)

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Take me to your leader

A travel blog entry by markbaker on Feb 05, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

... wearing glasses. Last thing I will mention about the stereotype is that they take pictures of everything: the room in which the artifact is displayed, the artifact on display, the sign describing the artifact on display, self portrait in front of said artifact. Showing them with the family must take weeks and lots of coffee. I finish the evening by going to a local place to eat (pictures with English description on the menu is my criteria these days) and ...