7 Days Inn (Beijing Temple of Heaven)

No.A48 Tiantan Dongli, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100061, 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

... by a highly ranked UK magazines. Our gallery was a small, white building, about as big as a garden shed next to a bar and small restaurant. We were all flabbergasted. The plan was to put the postcards outside the gallery with the posters hung up inside. We began arranging the postcards as Mah went with the host artist to get our posters printed. We had ordered some food at the restaurant and it was delicious! We had some great noodles with small chunks of beef and ...

Beijing Day 1

A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah on Dec 07, 2013

2 comments, 31 photos

... on the laptop we'd be fine. Expect some backdated blog supplementals soon Started the day with a laundry fail. Allegedly it's £3 an item or something ridiculous and we had to fill out some corresponding paperwork. ****it we're attempting to make the 11am train to Baderling to check out the wall. It can wait Doing the wall early as I think I'm getting sick. If I come all the way to China and don't see the wall, I'll kick a number of cats Wrap up warm ...

Hangin' in the Hutong and Olympic Park

A travel blog entry by lavernelund on Apr 14, 2013

17 photos

It was another very early flight to Beijing, our tour guide Michael's hometown. On the bus from the airport we stopped to see the Olympic Park, site of the 2008 Olympics. Michael’s English is very fluent, but we were confused when he spoke about the "Olive Pit Park", until we understood he was saying Olympic Park. During the long bus ride, Michael shared wonderful memories about being raised in a Hutong in Beijing.
A Hutong is an older area with very narrow ...


A travel blog entry by alihamilton on Apr 12, 2013

81 photos

... by and took pictures next to us. Fisher said it's because lots of the tourists from rural communities have only seen foreigners on TV, so we remind them of movie stars haha.

We walked into the Forbidden City, a huge set of Chinese-styled buildings with shiny glazed-tile roofs and big open courts in between them. It kept going and going, from the 'Hall of Supreme Happiness' to the 'Hall of Preserving Harmony'. All of the buildings had ...

Music to my ears!

A travel blog entry by robyn.doppke on Sep 07, 2012


One of the newbies who is also my bud, who also teaches music, just brought four of his students into the library so I can listen to them play violin. WOW! wonderful and such a joy. What was really cool is the student playing learned the tune (Mozart) last week. It sounded to me he has been playing all his life.