Home Inn Beijing Agriculture Exhibition Hall

Address: No.5A Agricultural Exhibition Hall North Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100026, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Temple of Heaven

A travel blog entry by jackson_jansen on Aug 04, 2014

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... t a very long tour we packed up and left after that but a few of the people on the tour invited me to a coffee shop after we arrived back so I joined them. It was very fun and we talked about our day and what else we had to do on our trips and so on.

Even know the Forbidden City and Temple of Heaven are quite the same they were both so interesting and i loved every minute of both tours.

The Great Malls of China

A travel blog entry by curioso on Mar 24, 2014

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... toilets. Guess which she chose. No toilet paper, but one of the sundries bought at Watson’s for just such occasions sufficed.

The chicken arrived, followed quickly by the squid and tea. Hmmmm. Again no serving spoons, so we used our unused Chinese soup spoons. The chicken was very good. But what were those red pieces with the squid? The first bite provided the answer: hot peppers! We learned the squid was spicy, edible and tasty. All we had to do was avoid scooping ...

Day thirteen

A travel blog entry by jc131156 on Oct 19, 2013

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... ceremonies, athletics, and football finals of the games. The stadium has room for 91000 spectators, but the capacity was reduced to 80000 after the Olympics. The Beijing national aquatics centre or the water cube hosted the swimming, diving and synchronised swimming events. It has a capacity of 17000 spectators, however was reduced to 6000 after the Olympics. Then back on the bus to go for our bicycle ride through ...

Beijing pt. 2

A travel blog entry by matthewswilcox on Aug 10, 2013

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... walking boulevard playing with Chinese yo-yos, Chinese hacky sacks, rollerblading, scootering, flying LED lit kites and most of all jazzercising. I don't know the actual term for it but there were tons of mostly ladies doing some synchronized dancing for exercise. We watched them all for a while then Kip and I jumped in with the dancers and by the second song we had the dance down. There was a lot of laughing and pointing and the women were very happy to have us trying to ...

The Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by bjglawe on Dec 25, 2012

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... secular nor commercial, hanging anywhere on the grounds. No surprise, but amazingly there is a variety of holiday decorations around the city of Beijing. Touring the "Former Palace" on a U.S.-based holiday means less visitors and more viewing space. Perfect.

The Former Palace, also known as the Forbidden City, by Westerners, was China's imperial palace from the Ming Dynasty (1604) to the last emperor (Puyi) of the Qing Dynasty in 1912. Built over a period ...