Home Inn (Beijing Huamao)

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

Hello China

A travel blog entry by sheilarickbevis on May 19, 2014

3 comments, 57 photos

... onto busses because it is possible to meet the one of your dreams, marry and have children, all before reaching your destination (or though that's how it seems when on the bus). This is a nation of strong bladdered folk! It was in the Beijing traffic that Paul Thomas became hopelessly stuck and missed his plane back to Blighty. The traffic jam is still in place, now known as 'Paul's Chocyblocky' it commemorates the stress and frustration of that, never to be ...

Not Needing Chinese for Once

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Dec 04, 2013

4 photos

... the salon outside of east gate. My hair was long and gross. It was time for a haircut and I did not return home with long hair because my dad would not be happy to see that.

When I walked in, the worker immediately recognized me. He quickly took me to wash my hair. Then he pointed on the prices to indicate the one I usually get.

A different guy showed up and I said, "hen duan (very short)." He was so confused until I ...

Beware the Mongolians...!!

A travel blog entry by paulandkala on Oct 07, 2012

11 photos

... invasion, the wall spans.....erm......a very long way! The sheer patience and skill to build such a massive structure was clearly evident and the fact that we weren't being totally surrounded by other tourists made it a great day! Getting slightly lost on the way back and nearly missing lunch made us sweat a bit though!! Tuesday saw us visit the 'Forbidden City', China's best-preserved complex of ancient buildings. It was home to over 26 different emperors during the various ...

A warm welcome to China!

A travel blog entry by claudiaroger on Aug 13, 2012

17 photos

... thinking that the structure is totally insane! Really, such a colossal and mad fortification could only be built in China ;-)!

We've also been enjoying the culinary side of China. Every day we had simple but delicious food by just stepping into a local restaurant and ordering dishes by pointing at the plates of other diners. We have no idea though what any of the dishes were called, as there is hardly any English spoken and no English menus around in those ...

Things are on the rise

A travel blog entry by marmeldub on May 24, 2012

... I bought a dress. It is very cute and colorful just like the Chinese wear.
So it seems my days are a constant up and down, from work being so-so to having a great night with Luna. Onto Thursday- I was a little unsure of how the internship was going to continue because I did not just want to sit and feel like I couldn't do anything all day. I wanted to feel like I was getting something out of my experience and helping them at the same time. Thursday seemed to be a ...