7 Days Inn Beijing Xidan

Address: No.158 Xisi North Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100034, China | 3 star motel
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This 3 star motel, located in the 德胜门 area of Beijing, is near Gong Wang Fu, Prince Gong's Palace (Gongwangfu), Chairman Mao Memorial Hall (Maozhuxi Jiniantang), and Nanshan Ski Village.
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

How to See Beijing in 36 Hours

A travel blog entry by the_stamms on Aug 03, 2014

194 photos

... to tap the bottom of your glass on the Lazy Susan. This is how a large table all toasts at the same time. (For food porn from the meal, please see the attached images.) The next day, I was up bright and early. Alli and Sebastian were still sleeping. Alli eventually stirred, and told me just to go alone, which I’m glad I did. We all had to be in the lobby by 10:45 to catch a van to the train station, and intent on not missing another train, that left me just over two ...

National Centre of Performing arts

A travel blog entry by pembrokepandas on Jul 31, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... told us we could store any food or drink under a TV monitor and collect it after the show. Well, had she told us half an hour earlier we wouldn't have embarrassed ourselves stuffing our faces like there's no tomorrow. It's all part of the experience I guess. As we settled down to watch the show, we thought we were in for a treat! Surely it has got to be top notch music in order to be performing at the NCPA - China's most distinguished concert hall?! Well, ...

Arriving in China!

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Apr 16, 2014

55 photos

... lake below, which is lined with beautiful Chinese lanterns, shops and restaurants, creating a wonderful ambience. After dinner, we walk through the primary pedestrian street that serves this area, which is primarily used by local Chinese. There are unusual desserts for sale, including candy that is pulled and then blown into animal shapes to fit your birth year, by the proprietor, as well as crabapples covered with hard candy. We are stopped several ...


A travel blog entry by stevedantravel on Aug 03, 2013

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... tortoise at the end holding up a pillar which if you touched was good luck. We touched it and left a message as you were invited to asking for good grades in our pending final year of university. See we have our priorities sorted most of the time! Anyway before we get to the Ming Tomb I should add that these two places were owned by the Government who insisted on taking our fingerprints before we went in, another strange concept, to take a ...

Shopping, round two

A travel blog entry by goaliciago on Jan 30, 2013

1 comment, 1 photo

Coming down the hill from the Great Wall into the village of Mutianyu, visitors must run a gauntlet of extremely aggressive sales people who grab your arm, get in your face, anything to block your way. Alicia got a quick lesson on pushing right back and moving on. More importantly, she demonstrated a knack for negotiation. It was impressive to hear her haggling. I explained ...