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

The Great Wall & Other Great Moments

A travel blog entry by i.d.k. on Dec 04, 2014

3 comments, 20 photos

... and our tour guide played them a love song on the bus.  HA  It was pretty amazing and really sweet.  They both seem real nice and she is just lovely, too!  Today while walking the wall I got a few "HI! HI! HI!" from some younger people - wanting to practice their English and say Hello to a blonde person.  The tour manager warned they might want to take pictures with me but I did not make a lot of eye contact and was not approached for that ~ just lots of ...

The Great Wall today

A travel blog entry by tayrocfam on Aug 16, 2014

2 comments, 18 photos

... gone by the end of the day. Once we gained entrance to the wall, it was as spectacular as you could imagine, especially as it is over 2000 years old. The wall was built by the Emperors to keep out the marauding mongols and nomads (although we did speculate was to why they would have built the wall in the section we visited as the mountains were so rugged, no-one could have traversed them). Anyway it was a great experience and we had to kick ourselves that we were on ...

Arriving in China!

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

55 photos

... picture hangs conspicuously over the gate at the north end of the Square, and is apparently re-painted and re-hung once a year to keep it looking fresh. After all of the calamities that occurred under Mao’s oppressive leadership (including the death of tens of millions of people from starvation and “cleansing”), it is amazing that the people here still revere him, but of course, that Party works hard to ensure this.
We walk ...

This Is My Place.

A travel blog entry by shannonmorrall on Aug 16, 2013


This past first week has been the most difficult in my life, and it has been the best in my life. Everything about China is a challenge. It's a challenge to cross the street. It's a challenge to go to the bathroom. It's a challenge to breathe. But every time I cross the street without being hit by a bus or a donkey cart, every time I see a glimpse of blue sky, I feel an incredible sense of accomplishment. I feel empowered. I'm so proud of the miles I have traveled ...

From emperors to chairman to chairpeople

A travel blog entry by lpwanderlust on Jan 08, 2013

7 photos

... Or chairskiing, perhaps?). The pond was frozen (I estimate 1foot of ice) and people were frollicking on the ice on ice skates, in hoovercrafts, and on chairs mounted to sled rails and cartoon characters attached to the front of the vehicle. Iron poles were provided to maneuver us around on the ice--and I am glad that I had met Fransisco because I probably would not have been motivated enough to spend the 30 yuan to go out on ...