Home Inn (Beijing Chaoyang Park)

Address: No.105 Building, Shifoying Dongli, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100025, China | Motel
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This motel, located in the Yansha area of Beijing, is near Yuyuan Tan Park, Bell and Drum Towers, Pool and Mulberry Tree Temple (Tanzhe Si), and Grand View Garden (Daguanyuan).
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Bad Chop Stick Skills

A travel blog entry by alec_soper on Apr 29, 2015

3 comments, 25 photos

... a Swedish guy from the hostel who was heading to the Forbidden City. I told him he would lose his lighter and he gave it to me to look after as he'd had it all his time he's been travelling and was emotionally attached to it. Turned out he would lose it later that evening after I gave it back to him but oh well. I bought a new lighter on the walk. An iPhone 5 lighter. It was pretty cool. Tom also bought a selfie stick! We noticed we got to the duck place when we saw a giant ...

Bouncing around Beijing

A travel blog entry by jjpreston on Sep 01, 2014

38 photos

... you down. Motorcycles and mopeds do not have to abide by road rules, driving on pavements, through people, into people, over people (im exaggerating a little here). Cars can turn right (maybe left also?) on a red signal, resulting in more opportunity to play, kill the pedestrian. They constantly press their horns all the time to suggest ‘get out of my way’, but that said they also do this to make everyone aware they are there. Being in a car would seem safer but ...

Wednesday already?

A travel blog entry by photohappy on Dec 18, 2013

6 comments, 8 photos

First stop - Great Wall. Sorry to say I didn't get a lot of photos on my camera, they are on Sandy's.

First off - it was pretty commercialized - there's a Subway there! But I guess just about everything is now. I guess Jared would approve because you get lots of exercise?

It really is an amazing piece of history. Sandy got to the second or third tower. Tess and I got to halfway in between the ...

Beijing and The Great Wall

A travel blog entry by jimandbettina on Nov 24, 2013

3 comments, 40 photos

... the decadence of a royal dynasty. After the success of the 1911 Revolution, it was opened to the public. Then, after the last Qing Emperor PuYi was thrown out of the Palaces in 1924, this garden was turned into a park.

After enjoying Jason’s stories and walking around the beautiful gardens, we headed to Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. Time and traffic were against us and we arrived just as the Forbidden City was closing. We were able to ...

Summer Palace & The Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by ginanao on Jun 03, 2013

3 comments, 7 photos

... hats and these weird glasses with party blowers stuck on like a moustache! All very random and not related to the summer palace in the slightest! The weather wasn't nice at all as it seemed to be very foggy, I'm not sure whether it was just fog or the famed Beijing pollution! Although one bonus was that it was less hot and humid! Anyway the Summer Palace was really nice, there were loads of Chinese buildings and lots of gardens to walk around so by the end of the day ...

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