7 Days Inn (Beijing Liujiayao)

No.29 Nansanhuan East Road, Fengtai District, Beijing, 100078, China | 3 star motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Day 18: Gallery Opening

A travel blog entry by kari_middendorf on Jun 22, 2014

... smiling and dancing with him, so we knew that wasn’t really the problem Luke went up to the bouncer and called the club racist and gave him the finger, which didn’t make the bouncer too happy. By this time everyone was kind of upset and tired, so we decided to just go to a bar and hang out while watching the World Cup soccer games. We hit up a nice bar, hanging out outside while having some rum and coke, while watching the night life and the soccer game. ...

Beijing Day 1

A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah on Dec 07, 2013

2 comments, 31 photos

... you about. They're all 6 inches shorter than me, I reckon I could take about 6 of them on. Take many pictures of the various monuments and surrounding buildings but we appear to be about 20 mins too late to do any side attractions. Make a note of the various things and opening times to come back and see early doors tomorrow. Aiming for the national museum of China, Mao mausoleum and the Forbidden City. All in, they might even be too much to squidge in by 4pm ...

Hangin' in the Hutong and Olympic Park

A travel blog entry by lavernelund on Apr 14, 2013

17 photos

... out again.
We took a tour of the surrounding Hutong by rickshaw. Although it is still crowded, there is a much easier lifestyle these days. In our line of about fifteen rickshaws, we were still being pursued by vendors selling silk bags and Rolex watches. While our speed was slow, there was still one minor collision behind us. Many homes in the Hutong are being renovated as the area becomes gentrified. Wealthy new owners purchase the property (actually a long ...

I've got spurs that Beijingle-jangle-jingle

A travel blog entry by puddlejumpers on Sep 05, 2012

122 photos

... the rain, to check out the nearby night market. By this time, it was nearly 9pm local time, and things were starting to shut down (weather-related, we were thinking). The huge pedestrian boulevard (Wangfujing St.) is closed to cars and trucks, and is normally packed with locals and tourists (as we've found out over the past few days). Imagine Yonge/Dundas Square, but four blocks long. That's close to what Wangfujing St. is like. On this particular ...

She Moves In Her Own Way

A travel blog entry by magentadreams on May 19, 2012

5 photos

I am embarrassed to say I don't know much about Tian’anmen Square. I know no more about it having visited. And I don’t think the Chinese know much about it either. It was pretty big with lots of statues of communists scattered around, looking strong and brave – apparently "the people’s heroes". There was huge emphasis on “the people” and “the workers”. Apart from that ...