Eastern Inn Beijing Sanlitun

Address: No.6 Baijiazhuang Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100020, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Carol and Joerg Visit Beijing

A travel blog entry by jimandbettina on Oct 14, 2014

1 comment, 64 photos

... was not a full opera but rather a show for tourists including a demonstration of the make-up application and costumes, as well as performances of parts of 3 well known operas. It was truly fascinating. This style of opera was developed during the 18th century by absorbing several different art forms. It has been standardized and must follow certain rules. The 4 main components of this art form include singing, dialogue, dancing, and martial art. Other key characteristics include ...

Our first real taste of China ...

A travel blog entry by bogtrotter on Sep 16, 2014

32 photos

... to visit the Temple of Heaven south of the Forbidden City, Beijing's largest park (at about 257 Ha around 75% of Hyde Park in London). Basically this is a religious complex begun in the Ming dynasty under the Yongle Emperor in the early 1400s. Several times a year, the emperor would be carried in his 12 metre sedan chair (36 bearers, golden spittoon -in case the emperor is feeling chesty.) from the Forbidden City to the temple complex in order to pray to Heaven for successful ...

Terracotta warriors and arrival to Beijing

A travel blog entry by dlz on Mar 05, 2014

12 photos

... to protect China's first emperor in his afterlife. They believe their to be over 600 pits but only 7 have begun to be excavated to date and they anticipate it will take approx 400 years to uncover all 600 pits. In the 40 years since the pits were discovered, very little has been excavated, due to time take to reconstruct each warrior. A short film was shown to tell the story about the creation, destruction and discovery of the warriors. ...


A travel blog entry by kimandgareth on Jul 21, 2013

3 comments, 10 photos

... laughing, and we knew we'd never be able to explain it to them, so we just left them thinking we were mental Brits. That night we went to a lovely Chinese restaurant. No one here spoke English but luckily the menu had photos and English descriptions so we just pointed and smiled! Unfortunately we under estimated the portions (note the previous nights portions) and ordered enough to feed half of China - see photo in photo section at the bottom of this ...

The Great Wall

A travel blog entry by mchawkrighttrip on Nov 24, 2012

21 photos

... too predictable.
After our meal another adventure took place. James needed a haircut so we wandered into a hair salon down the road from the restaurant. There was a very flamboyant man wearing an awesome red blazer who started talking to us as soon as we walked in (in mandarin). We motioned *snip snip* and he agreed to cut James' hair. He got it washed and cut and then the man began working on mum to get hers cut after she took her hat off. (he was ...