Home Inn (Beijing Huamao)

Address: No.36 Building, Hongmiao Beili, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100025, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Great Wall - shame about the Toboggan ride though!

A travel blog entry by fonfe on Sep 07, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... had I been wrong there would have been a very high possibility that we would not have been back in time for lunch or even our departure, such was the deceptive distance of the ride from where we were at the time; this was confirmed by others who had attempted the same quest in vain. It was with a heavy heart that Helen finally accepted that there would be no tobogganing today; I'm afraid this is still a touchy subject and possibly her 'lowlight' of the trip so ...

The work day begins

A travel blog entry by slice_n_dice on Apr 18, 2014

4 photos

... feet over our heads. I can't get any sense of direction as we travel and there are no distinctive landmarks to latch on to so I just try to soak it in (avoiding the particulate pollution I can see floating through the air).

This motor show is a monster... Apparently one of the largest in the world. There are workmen everywhere... Displays inside the giant exhibition halls as well as out in ...

Arrived in Beijing!! & Visit to forbidden city

A travel blog entry by colchar on Jun 07, 2013

6 photos

... walk around the city. We ended up having a KFC, logic thinking as it was cheap & would probably show it's face again in a few hours anyway. The following day, 7th June we woke & felt better so had breakfast at the hostel. We decided to visit the forbidden city today. The weather wasn't so great, it was warm but raining & foggy. We set off & firstly booked some train tickets to Shanghai for Sunday. Later on we walked through ...

Trip to Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by bettywakia on Apr 26, 2013

70 photos

... wall, the builders always tried to use local sources. When building over the mountain ranges, the stones of the mountain were exploited and used; while in the plains, earth was rammed into solid blocks to be used in construction. In the desert, even the sanded reeds and juniper tamarisks were used. ...

Egg Fried Lice

A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Oct 08, 2012

384 photos

... all the street sellers. Well what can we say about this show, it was more cheese than kung fu, but definitely worth seeing. The Shaolin tricks and stunts were amazing but annoyingly they were interspersed with some rubbish woman prancing about the stage. The little kids flick flacking and the fight scenes made up for the slush but I feel a bit like this was Kung Fu got X Factored. We were half expecting to see Simon Cowell take a bow at the end. After the ...