Home Inn (Beijing Tsing Hua University East Gate)

Address: No.16 Shuangqing Road, Haidian District, Beijing, 100085, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 五道口 area of Beijing, is near Old Summer Palace (Yuanmingyuan), Peking University (Beijing Da Xue), Huahsi Night Market, and Lotus Lane.
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Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, Night Show

A travel blog entry by midlifecruisers on Apr 07, 2015

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... are so slim ( that's the story anyway). Traffic is heavy from early morning to late at night in Beijing . Last night whilst driving we noticed that the bikes and scooters have no lights or headlights.....they appear to have right of way. ( lots and lots of horn blowing )The intersections are massive, can be 75m between traffic lights, then add 6 lanes of traffic, and no apparent rules of turning left and right, you can even do Uturns in middle of intersections. ...

First full day

A travel blog entry by elsabae on Mar 29, 2015

2 comments, 1 photo

... a must-do (why does my Kindle keep changing must-do to Jay-Z?) Is to walk the hutongs (no Kindle, NOT "buttons") to see old Beijing. Well, we're staying right in the middle of the most famous hutongs for the next six days.

After dumping our luggage in our room we set out to roam. Now about 8 in the evening. The streets are lined with shops - food, souvenirs and boutique stuff mostly. And thronged with people. Only a very few westerners. China has a new ...

Climbing the Great Wall

A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Apr 30, 2014

22 photos

... we've been to before. The Ming Tombs consist of 13 different tombs of the different emperors during the Ming Dynasty. The area is vast and it would take an entire day to visit them all. The one that we were going to see was the Dingling tomb, from the longest-running emperor, and the only tomb that was built underground. The Emperor during that time collected many items of wealth during his long reign and wanted to be buried with them all. The tomb wasn't discovered again ...

Day 29 - Everybody was Kung Fu Fighting

A travel blog entry by costin on Oct 28, 2013

2 photos

... needed a bit of work! Afterwards we went out for dinner and Kim was happy, because she got her first sweet and sour pork since we arrived in China. I had stir fried duck with spring onions. It was one of our more expensive meals since we have been here, but the food was great and it only came to 130 RMB (£13)! There was also the added bonus of some of the menu translations, which you can see in the ...

From Beijing to Changsha (950 miles through China)

A travel blog entry by tknepper on May 28, 2013

16 photos

... to go back to my hotel which conveniently was just down the block from the train station, where I read a book until it was time to head to the station.

Train Station
Train station was similar to an airport in the sense that bags were sent through an x-ray device. From there I found my terminal, which was filled with people, and waited until our gate was opened. As soon as we were allowed to make our ...