Home Inn (Beijing Jiaodaokou)

Address: No.113 East Street, Jiaodaokou, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100007, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Our day at the Temple of Heaven Park

A travel blog entry by jimpat on Aug 28, 2014

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... and today our weather is a little overcast and cooler. From the park we found a bakery that sold cappuccinos and tasty baked goods. Yummy! The rest of the afternoon we spent wandering in the hutongs and enjoying the daily street life. After a rest at our hotel we headed out for another enjoyable meal. Tomorrow we are off to hike the Great ...

Day 11: Beijing

A travel blog entry by spencerwynn on Jul 21, 2014

... where I shall meet others on a photo excursion. I will be living in my own Mongolian yurt and spend six days shooting. Horses and riders will make the trip to the camp where we will get a chance to shoot the magnificent equestrian skills of the Mongolian horsemen.

Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City & Hutongs

A travel blog entry by bunnyette on Jun 05, 2014

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... in English. Then it was another stroll to taste some tea and be coerced into buying some rather expensive tea...but forewarned by my friend Shirley, we didn't fall for it...so they bargained way down for one favourite. Nancy then took us through an area with a lot of souvenir shops. What kept us from buying stuff was the fact we are only allowed 20kg on Chinese airlines...we have many places to see! We also saw the "sea" aka Hiuhai lake. At one point in ...

Trains, murder, and a gem

A travel blog entry by lilynomad on Oct 24, 2013

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... and i knew i would pay for it later as my stomach cant take meat any more (luckily Beijing has more public toilets than other city i have ever visited!!). The Forbidden City was insanely huge and we had no possibility to see it all in 3 or so hours. The buildings of course were spectacular and did not disappoint and the furniture and decorations were just outstanding, bit the element that blew my mind was the amount of building in the entire complex. When you watching movies ...

Day One in Beijing

A travel blog entry by sirscottric on May 01, 2013

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... area is roughly 4 times the size of the Forbidden City (400 acres or so). During ancient times, this entire area was reserved for the emperor and the royal family except during certain rituals. The main temple building is round and has a blue roof. The blue roof is symbolic for either water or gold (I don't remember) and represents heaven. Also, the roundness of the building is symbolic of whichever element, which is symbolic for heaven. The buildings the ...