Home Inn (Beijing Jiaodaokou)

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

Blue Boots

A travel blog entry by rebecca-thomson on Oct 10, 2013

2 comments, 2 photos

... wanted short, blue boots. We looked at a few stands and she seemed unimpressed with the selection. So we moved on, and Fangfang asked the shop keeper if she had short, blue boots. The shop keeper not having what we asked for, started pointing me towards anything blue: blue tall boots, blue heels, blue platforms, blue flats, all in an attempt to get me to buy something, anything would do!

We moved to the next stall, same thing happened. As we moved ...

The wonderful intern program in china with GAC

A travel blog entry by casperkranen on Oct 02, 2013

A number of things contributed to making my internship such a fantastic experience. First of all, as I chose the home stay option, I was living with a Chinese family in a typical Beijing apartment. The family was very kind and provided ...

Silk Road: Day One

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Aug 17, 2013

9 photos

We arrived at the train station around six thirty in the evening from campus. While waiting for the train, I drew random cartoon animals on my notebook. I struggled to draw a panda correctly since the color scheme of its face always throws me off.

I could not believe how crowded the station was.

An hour later, we board the train.


Squinting into the smog to see the Great Wall

A travel blog entry by mrandmrstopp on Aug 30, 2012

7 photos

... to shelter in while on duty. Smoke signals were used to communicate between towers. Apparently the wall is wide enough to run 5 horses abreast - seems a fairly tight fit and I'd love to see these horses go up and down the steep sections!
So we followed the instructions on the Seat 61 site. Jumped on the subway system with a million other people to make our way to the stop closest to the Beijing North Railway Station. Thought we were off to a ...

Things are on the rise

A travel blog entry by marmeldub on May 24, 2012

... From what I know, I ate beef, shrimp (!!!!), salad, their version of pea pods, and hot peppers. I refused to eat the duck's tongue...I just couldn't do it even if it is a delicacy. And, their dessert was fruit, with tomatoes included (that's for you mom). The whole dinner everybody spoke all in Chinese, with me intensely listening, and then Mr. Chen about every couple of minutes, turning to me asking me a question. And me doing my best to respond, but usually needing the help ...