Home Inn (Beijing Qianmen)

Address: No.61 Liangshidian Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100051, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Qianmen area of Beijing, is near Summer Palace (Yiheyuan), Forbidden City (Imperial Palace), Tiananmen Square (Tiananmen Guangchang), and Nei Ting.
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Beijing at night

A travel blog entry by marie.channer on Oct 23, 2014

3 comments, 44 photos

... The lines are numbered 1-15 and coloured differently, they've even got a 'circle line'!!! Although we decided against the circle line challenge seeing ad Paul did it recently ;-) All underground station have security very similar to airport security although not as strict- bags are scanned for guns, knives and dangerous objects/substances. There are loads of LED screens throughout the stations and on the trains- actually throughout the whole city and most or them have ...

Day 23: Beijing (Shopping!) - Laura

A travel blog entry by lauraandemily on Sep 08, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... whether you were actually supposed to drink things that had dry ice in them?? The dodgy flavour suggested not (the stomach cramps we both suffered later seemed to confirm this opinion), so we ditched them in favour of the giant buckets of juice from a place confusingly called "It's Time To" that is incredibly popular here with a branch about every two hundred yards Refreshed, we began the incredibly important task of souvenir shopping, trying ...

Destination 5 – Beijing Part 3

A travel blog entry by t-dot on Feb 04, 2014

3 photos

... filled in the gaps. We were happy to get such a good show from the comfort of “home” without having to bundle up for the 2.5 hour walk back to the apartment from across town (subway's stop running around midnight). The night sky was filled with flashes of light in the distance in every direction we looked. We had a few good laughs as the night went on as every time the fireworks would go off so would a car alarm ...

China - Beijing

A travel blog entry by kcullivan on Jun 20, 2013

30 photos

... 5 hours and the flight attendants wouldn't let us know what was happening nor could they since they too couldn't speak English. Eventually yelling ensued from Chinese passengers though frankly we were surprised they weren't angry sooner. Our best guess was that their batteries ran out of power in all their handheld devices. Most cell phones were programmed with a loud customized notification whenever a text or email arrived. We eventually arrived about 8:30 and got a cab to ...

Exploring Beijing

A travel blog entry by mandymcg on Nov 30, 2012

5 comments, 3 photos

... being in the capital of China there really were hardly any western faces.

Peter then navigated us onto the subway - clean, efficient and cheap.Despite the thousands of people using it there was no hustle and bustle as compared with the London Underground! We headed to "The Silk Market" where you could apparently buy a fake anything!!! It was floor upon floor of back to back little shops. Each floor selling pretty much the same thing. From ...