Home Inn (Beijing Aoyuncun)

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

Day 3 - Is it Monday ?

A travel blog entry by meraz on Jul 29, 2014

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... we left the park we went to a tea tasting arranged by Lee. i was determined not to succumb to buying anything, but the demonstration was good and the various types of tea we tasted were stimulating to the tongue. The teas were expensive, but I ended up buying some special tea mugs which changed pattern when hot and two small tins of tea, after some haggling of course.

Everyone was very full by end of last meal. We rolled into a very busy car park ...

Beijing May 04, 2014

A travel blog entry by pippatheskipper on May 04, 2014

Made it, got taxi, desperate for pee!! Bloody taxi man couldn't find hotel, he thought hilarious, got to hotel found somewhere for food, awesome first night chilling listening to radio 1, met Donna, went to palace thing (google), Great Wall, weird gardens, acrobats? (Check ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by mhchina on Apr 10, 2014

... and because the way I feel when I’m around them. I feel like during the trip we became like family, at least I felt that way. Sometimes is good to be around people you don’t know much of and just being able to listen and understand; It’s a really good to develop and practice those skills and features because the key to making friends and being a good camaradie is by approaching and building those features that seem very easy but get the least amount of ...

First Full Day Down!

A travel blog entry by shannonmorrall on Aug 13, 2013

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... though. They still hold very tightly to their traditional values.

Before I peace out, a few things I've noticed about Chinese people in the streets:
1. They have mad squatting skills. Standing around and need a chair? Just squat on your haunches and you're good to go!

2. Spitting in the streets and on the tables at a restaurant are socially acceptable. Last night I saw a young classy lady snort loudly and ...

Tian'anmen Times

A travel blog entry by meanderingmand on Jan 24, 2013

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... by the death of liberalist Hu Yaobang; a former Communist Party General Secretary. At the height of the protests, around a million people were assembled in the square. To disperse the protestors; the government sent armed troops and tanks into the square to face the unarmed civilians. Death toll estimates range from several hundreds to thousands. The protests were officially condemned by the government, and all discussion of the events is banned; thus little is known of what ...