Home Inn (Beijing Qianmen)

Address: No.61 Liangshidian Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100051, China | Hotel
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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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Day 3

A travel blog entry by elsabae on Mar 31, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... where the emperor came to sacrifice animals and pray for a good harvest. (This whole temple complex is all about the harvest.)

Next one heads at a slight downhill on a wide stone bridge that signifies the transition from heaven to earth - thus the downward slant. At the bottom is a massive, intricate, multi-layer circular stone altar where the emperor thanked the gods for last year's harvest.

In between the two is another complex surrounded by a circular Echo ...

Day Three

A travel blog entry by spersephone on Dec 03, 2014

39 photos

... get there in the dark, and managed it. There are so many scooters and bikes on the paths, and the majority of them don't seem to think that lights are necessary at night, which is interesting. We're amazed that we haven't seen more accidents. We've only seen the aftermath of the one yesterday, and a near miss today. We got to the cafeteria, about 15 minutes walk across the entire campus, and had another lovely dinner. I got the chicken again because it ...

Day 4 of Exploring

A travel blog entry by marakuz on May 26, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... I don't think anyone at Madison could reach that level).. anyways he was explaining why the women walk around with umbrellas. He said that they HATE getting tan so porcelain skin here is admired. If only people in the U.S. hated getting tan.. me included!
Anyway, today we had our first lecture and walked to this side of campus I had never seen before. To the right of our dorm/hotel is basically a run down campus that's pretty grungy but to the left are ...

The Art of Haggling

A travel blog entry by beely on Aug 12, 2013

5 photos

... the 'she’ll accept the price I offered if I walk away slowly’ manner (she didn’t), even with his self-esteem damaged, he shamelessly returned to the same tea shop and tried again. That, my friends, is the art of haggling. (If you’re wondering, Craig did indeed walk away with said jasmine tea).

Check out these cool, impractical lighters we found:

There was ...

Hutongs, emperors and morning routines

A travel blog entry by nickfear on Mar 25, 2013

10 photos

... built in the 14th century was not a religious temple, but built so the Emperor could pray to the God of Heaven for a good harvest. Of course it was fascinating to learn about the Ming and Shang dynasties, and visit the extraordinary beautiful complex that is the Forbidden City. My main interests in history have always been 20th century, and it's great to a Chinese perspective on that, but I now also enjoy occasional delves into previous ...