Home Inn (Beijing Aoyuncun)

Address: No.78A Beiyuan Road, Anwai, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100012, China | Motel
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, and more

A travel blog entry by halleyc on Oct 08, 2014

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... 999 rooms inside it. There’s huge courtyards, one with a river flowing through, with a series of marble bridges crossing. In the palaces, many have a side door for the Emperor’s wives to enter, as they were not allowed in the main entrance. The Emperor would have around 3,000 wives, all of whom were given herbal remedies to keep them from getting pregnant. Can you imagine having 3,000 wives? The complex itself housed around 50,000 people – all of ...

My Plan For North Korea

A travel blog entry by chloecd on Jun 27, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... places you can take pictures of – and even with – members of the DPRK military. Lunch is served in a restaurant located in the DMZ itself. PM: After lunch we will drive back to Pyongyang (2.5 hrs – with break) and upon arrival we visit 2 of the most famous monuments in the city. The first is the 150m Juche Tower, the highest stone monument in the world (topped with a flickering red torch). We are given an explanation of the country’s guiding Juche ...

Destination 5 – Beijing Part 2

A travel blog entry by t-dot on Jan 18, 2014

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... including luggage, “designer” handbags & clothes, jewelry and even carpets. We headed back to the apartment from there.

On Monday we managed to get up fairly early and went to Liulichang Street which is a cultural street lined with antique, ceramic and fabric shops. We then went to the Tempe of Heaven. While we were at The Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests they were rehearsing a display that would be put ...

Beijing

A travel blog entry by cstravelling on Oct 28, 2012

1 comment, 9 photos

... had a flat diet coke... Woopsy! Day 16, we headed for the science museum which by our map looked very close to us so we walked. We didn't find it and Sarah went to ask a hotel for directions. They bought out a newer map and we finally realised it had been moved to the Olympic park. A few steps later we walked past the old museum. So we carried on walking figuring we had walked this far... Eventually we made it to the Olympic park and went into the aquatics centre and birds nest. We ...

China: Part I

A travel blog entry by globehunters on Sep 11, 2012

3 comments, 38 photos

... buried army was discovered accidently in 1970’s by a farmer who was digging a well and discovered some relics, and a major archeological dig is ongoing. The site dates back to 246 BC. The Qin Shi Huang emperor (during Qin Dynasty), later the first Emperor of all China, who had this built. The army (complete with unique-faced soldiers of all types and rank, weapons, horses and chariots) was created to be a part of the ...