7 Days Inn Beijing Bird'S Nest Staduim

Address: No.8 Xiaoying Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100101, China | 3 star motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Back to Beijing

A travel blog entry by belbrown on Oct 02, 2014

... I found a seat and a power point and slept. I did do a little shopping then my flight finally had a gate. So on my way I got a lovely 30min foot massage- amazing! Just what I needed. Boarding for my flight with China Airlines, the plane is full as there is 2 code shares as well as Air China. So not lucky enough to have a seat to myself. So happy I am almost home!!! 10 hours and I'll be in ...

10 642 Kilometers Later.....

A travel blog entry by tswiderski on Jun 19, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

... before we went our for dinner at a "Chinese" buffet, which in reality was more of a feeble, Far-Eastern attempt at an American Buffet. It was clear that we were no longer in North America. Customs at the airport seemed intimidating, perhaps the remnants of a preconceived notion of the fact that we were now entering a communist country. Then, as soon as we boarded our bus and headed for the hotel, things really hit home, as the signage everywhere was in Chinese. Even ...

Beijing round 2

A travel blog entry by allmytravels on Apr 03, 2014

23 photos

... to find someone in the line who spoke English and he told us that it's likely we would only make the 11am train- it was only 7:30 am! To hell with that , we headed back to Leo's hostel for some pancakes and we spent the rest of the day in bed trying to sleep of the rest of the flu ( after being defeated by the madness of Beijing public transport). If we did manage to do it ourselves , the whole trip to the wall( including entrance fees) would have ...

Home, finally:)

A travel blog entry by kristennoel112 on Aug 11, 2013


... public toilets all over the place, which kept it smelling better than some other cities I've been to (i.e. Paris, NYC). The metro was fast and very efficient, but to get on you had to push and shove your way onto an already packed car, which was always a bit unnerving, but you get better at it.

Because there are so many people, not everyone has an idea that you should wait in line for things. Which led to Charlie making a dramatic transformation into someone a ...

From Ancient Walls to Bullet Trains

A travel blog entry by carpediem365 on Jan 17, 2013

96 photos

... board, and thankfully, be assigned a window seat. The first four hours of the journey occurred during daylight hours. Just a few impressions: rural China is impoverished...small brick houses clustered into little communities are strewn across the landscape...during the winter it is dull, dreary, brown, and gray...smog filled the air for the entire trip...nuclear reactors are parked right next to apartment buildings...the land itself looks worn ...