Home Inn (Beijing Jiaodaokou)

No.113 East Street, Jiaodaokou, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100007, China | Motel
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Friday 3rd January 2014

A travel blog entry by nashira2116


First day in Beijing. I woke at 4:00 absolutely sweating and thought I had some dreadful illness but it was only the air conditioner on 28 degrees! I turned it off and we got a much more comfortable sleep. I still wasn't feeling 100% but we got down to breakfast in time for hot tea and real cold orange juice! yay! We have a 'free day' today and we asked Tina last night to find out where the ...

Very Sleepy Today

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... hours each. She said that my lectures from TBC are much longer than a normal Chinese lecture. Also, a Chinese student takes over twenty-five credits per semester if he is doing a double major.

After that conversation, I went back to my room to chill after a long day of classes and tutoring.

I went to see Beatrice to get some files. Mariam was there too. They gave me their left over moon cakes. Then we watched a bit of the sitcom "Friends."


June 8-14

A travel blog entry by marklacey

... mph). There wasn’t anything too remarkable about
the countryside…it could have been countryside in the U.S. except instead ...

Wielding Wok and Cleaver

A travel blog entry by amyw304


... Vivenne reminded us that, until recent times, when young Chinese married the new wife left her family of origin and moves in with her in-laws, where generally she was at the lowly bottom of the pecking order. After making dough (for noodles, dumplings, pancakes, etc.) her bowl would be inspected by her mother-in-law. If any wayward flour was found, it meant that daughter-in-law wanted to start a second batch and would have to start all over again. ...

Being in Beijing

A travel blog entry by scottszy


... minutes in bizarre positions until we were woken either by the man with the food trolley or by excrutiating cramp. Anyway...we made it, and at 6.30am what else could we do but fill ourselves with McDonalds breakfast and coffee :)


Beijing! Not that we really noticed....worn out and groggy from the night's journey we stumbled into our hostel to be told we had a 4 hour wait for our room. So we found the sofas in the reading room and ...

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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good