Home Inn (Beijing Ande Road)

Address: No.67 Ande Road, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100011, China | Motel
 
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Location

This motel, located in the GuLou/Houhai area of Beijing, is near Lama Temple (Yonghegong), Gate of Heavenly Peace (Tian'an Men), Da Guan Yuan, and Nanshan Ski Village.
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    Just another brick in the wall

    A travel blog entry by chilliginger on May 12, 2015

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    ... was not quite what arrived, we had visions of three neat, almost bite sized portions, not here, they were huge dumplings, three filled a whole dinner plate and they were filled with all sorts of lovely things. We tried the pork and mushroom, filled with minced pork and shitake mushrooms, the spicy lamb, some sort of green vegetable and this was all served with a small dish of rice porridge. We couldn’t move afterwards and went back for more a few days later.

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    Today we took a tour to the Great Wall of China. We didn't do the popular crowded trip to the Badaling. We did the Great Wall at Mutianyu. It was amazing. Took the option to go up to the wall by cable as would have taken 1/2 hour to walk and then wouldnt have been time to come back down. The cable took 7 minutes which was the longest 7 minutes of my life! So high above the ground. Walked along the wall through various watch ...

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    A travel blog entry by claireanddave on Jun 08, 2014

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    My 1st Family Trip: Guans and Liangs in China

    A travel blog entry by mysky on Mar 27, 2013

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    ... restaurant in which I had my 1-month celebration. I visited my aunt and uncle’s home, where I lived for the first four years of my life-- only now it finally has a toilet! I climbed the door I used to climb as a child, sat on the same chair that I sat on as a child. I could still feel my grandparent’s presence. My grandfather taking me to the zoo. My grandmother feeding me rice and Chinese sausages. Their ...