Home Inn (Beijing Aoyuncun)

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

Tobogganing Off the Wall

A travel blog entry by johnlucas


... Some time ago I read a very good book by Peter Hessler (Country Driving) which among other things talks about the awful driving he experienced in China, he includes extracts from the driving exam such as: If approaching a level crossing you should; A) accelerate and cross B) accelerate only if you see a train coming C) slow down and make sure it is safe to cross So having booked a car and driver for the day we were looking forward to some exciting driving. A ...

Not One of those Cool Kids

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... awake for class. She was actually up and ready. I left to get a chicken wrap outside my dorm.

The French-Lebanese guy Jean transferred into my Chinese class. "Wow Jean." I said. "You gave me the whole shame speech about not doing intensive. You went off about doing it all and going off as being above me."

Olivia then jumped in, "Okay, yeah. We were bad for giving you the shame speech."

Jean tried to defend himself. Whatever. Shame ...

Our View of China

A travel blog entry by beijingblitz

... who came with us are a pre-teen and a teen. We are from the Western USA and consider ourselves to be normal people in search of that same things other people are; education, experience, good societal values, happy and well-adjusted children, and a solid happy marriage. We came to China with my husband's employment and are here indefinitely. We came here by choice, and are not here "serving company time", as I have heard other people say. ...

Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City and Summer Palace

A travel blog entry by lavernelund


The capital of China was moved between Xian, Nanjing and Beijing several times with the change of dynasties.Kubla Khan made Beijing the capital of China in 1271. It was subsequently moved away and then back again to Beijing in 1421. Other rulers moved it away again, and Mao selected Beijing again when he came to power in 1949.
Beijing is a large old city of about 30 million people. We continue to see lots of construction. It seems Shanghai's construction ...


A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez


... blog, but it's more funny observations really. As far as we see it this is China, this is where we have chosen to live, and we are guests in this country and feel very lucky and humble to be here having this amazing experience.

The Perry's, in a reflective mood - enjoying a cold beer with an amazing pizza from the takeway which has just opened on the corner of our street :)


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