Home Inn (Beijing Shangdi)

No.11 Chuangye Road, Haidian District, Beijing, 100085, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Zhongguancun/Shangdi area of Beijing, is near Fragrant Hills Park (Xiangshan Gongyuan), Peking University (Beijing Da Xue), Huahsi Night Market, and Cherry Valley Botanical Garden.
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    Traditional side of Beijing

    A travel blog entry by nlmiller55 on Jan 04, 2014

    181 photos

    ... and the Chinese on their knee's praying holding their incents to their forehead after burning them from the caldron. So we both stuck ours in and just stood to the side with them burning, After a while with smoke in our eyes we decided to chuck the incents into the fire and move on! Onto the next stage and we realised you only burn 3 incents for every Buddha on the way around. But not too fussed to pray with our incents we pulled out the camera and went ...

    Beijing, Happy Valley and Donghuamen street

    A travel blog entry by shaun87 on May 22, 2012

    7 photos

    ... hostel, occasionally asking for directions. The area didn't appear to be as noisy, busy or crowded as I had expected. If anything, it was relatively quiet. We walked down a few side streets that were fairly busy with people wandering up and down and we drew the occasional stare and a few 'hellos' were shouted in our direction. We then turned down another side street which was much quieter and was where we found our hostel.

    We found Leo ...

    First impressions count ...

    A travel blog entry by charliek85 on Jul 14, 2011

    ... coming from his grill from across the street and had to investigate; as we crossed the street we then spotted the dozen or so locals perched on stools and benches dining around him. He looked thrilled to have attracted our attention, and his food was more than deserving of the thirty pence we paid for three marinaded chicken skewers. It was the perfect introduction to Beijing, and now I am more than excited to see what the rest of the city has to ...

    Tips for the Trans Siberian/Mongolian Train

    A travel blog entry by zoebuck on Feb 27, 2011

    ... Rohan cool silver t. This has kept me very warm and dry.
    A warm hat that covers your ears.
    A balaclava, or something to keep your face warm.
    Sunglasses, the snow is glary even if the sun isn't out!
    Good gloves!! I had merino wool glove liners and a pair of skiing gloves which weren't brilliant as my hands were often cold. Make sure to check the temperature rating.

    The train itself: which varied between roasting hot and ...

    The Great Wall, etc.

    A travel blog entry by daknees on Sep 19, 2010

    20 photos

    ... to have no regard for pedestrians.  There is no right of way for pedestrians or bicycles so you have to be really careful when you walk into the intersections.

    We went to a 150 year old restaurant for a traditional Peking Duck dinner.  The food was a little strange and we had more battered and fried food.  Our table had some pretty adventurous eaters and they tried everything.  Most of our group is from the Mid-West and they don’t ...