GreenTree Inn Beijing Caishikou

No.11 Shizidian Alley, Guang'anmen Nei Main Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100053, China | Motel
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Location

This motel, located in the 宣武门 area of Beijing, is near Chairman Mao Memorial Hall (Maozhuxi Jiniantang), Peking Opera, Anantara Spa By The Great Wall, and Poly Art Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    First week in Beijing!!

    A travel blog entry by leesey11 on Aug 12, 2014

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... and oinking trying to figure out the meat in the pictures. The locals have a pretty good sense of humour and have a giggle at my attempt and give me a thumbs up, patronizing clap oreven high five me when I get it right. I have never been more proud to be an Australian then when I have three Americans in stitches just when telling a very simple story. Even simple pronunciation of words and the way everything is shortened stands out. I really didn't think that I used a ...

    Beijing

    A travel blog entry by sammy_moore on May 07, 2014

    2 comments, 56 photos

    ... me? The doctor diagnosed her with a mild pneumonia and prescribed antibiotics and fever reducing pills. They can only prescribe a three day course of antibiotics in China, which is really stupid as it wont clear the infection. Rose was now feeling worse than before, so me and Alvaro got her back to hostel to rest. Rose skyped home and her parents were quite rightly worried and wanted her to fly back to recuperate as well as get a full dose of antibiotics. Rose was ...

    Beijing and The Great Wall

    A travel blog entry by jimandbettina on Nov 24, 2013

    3 comments, 44 photos

    ... It went through constant extensions and repairs in later dynasties. It began as independent walls for different states when it was first built, and did not become the "Great" wall until the Qin Dynasty. Emperor Qin Shihuang succeeded in his effort to have the walls joined together to fend off the invasions from the Huns in the north. The Wall we see today was mostly built during the Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644) using an incredible amount of manpower from local villagers ...

    A step too far, a bug too many a flying Chinaman

    A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on May 28, 2013

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... John wondered if a young lad watching wanted to join in so kicked the thing towards him - straight at his head, alarmed the boy ran off to his parents. It was great to relax in the beautiful park away from the busyness.. Wanting some food we went back into town and decided that having mastered the subway and done a bus ride with the group we would catch the same bus back. It was a circular bus route which meant whichever way it went we ...

    Lost in Translation

    A travel blog entry by matfloyd on Sep 07, 2012

    9 photos

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    Now at this point ill weigh in with my first criticism of Chinese culture, namely the spitting. I know one shouldn’t moan about foreign ways, as that is all part of the experience of travel, but my god it’s awful! Typically, but not exclusively limited to, older people; the process begins with a great hacking cough, so vigorous that the protagonist is seemingly drawing sputum from as low down as the ankle region, then, after ...