Home Inn (Beijing Huamao)

No.36 Building, Hongmiao Beili, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100025, China | Motel
Prices starting from $34.00
 

Travel Blogs from Beijing

Loving Life in the Park

A travel blog entry by lmccall

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... harvest. The buildings are in the traditional Chinese architecture using the traditional symbolic colors, yellow, red, blue and green. The number 9 is a symbol of the Emperor and so the use of nine rings, nine plates and nine raised knobs on the doors give rise to the importance of these buildings. The surrounding park is about 660 acres and that truly is where all the fun is! After visiting the ...

Cute Little Granny

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny

2

... Stadium Store.

I went to the basement lounge to get started on my Chinese homework before my tutoring. Avery was nice to clarified my questions on Chinese. The homework was not that bad. I was actually able to study the characters before Jacky showed up.

We went over my exam and the grammar I learned today. Then I had the dialogue from the textbook. I was able to read it, except three characters. They were old characters I forgot. We ...

The Wall, Milky Way, Pussies and Rats

A travel blog entry by beely

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... with an accessible rooftop (that, and there was a rather treacherous way past it which would require more effort than we wanted to exert) that would make for some
kickass star gazing.




































So Yan Chi and I had marked our territory ...

Monday 25

A travel blog entry by susiebird

Arrived safely into our Beijing Hotel last night around midnight Beijing time. It was a good flight. We were late getting into Hong Kong so it was a mad dash walking,running and catching a train all with the help of a cathay pacific lady who was waiting for us when we arrived into Hong Kong. A bit chilly when we got off the plane about 4degrees. Off to the forbidden city today and then to Tianamen square to have a look ...

The Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by al_deb_far_east

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... shops and homes and it depicts how life used to be in ancient Beijing. The old people are so funny and the shops are all mixed up with touristy ones and convenience stores, restaurants and whatever they want to sell. We bought great ice creams and walked around for ages.

We then aimed for the subway and had a really long walk past the Drum Tower, where drums were beaten on the hour at night as opposed to the bell tower close by where bells were ...

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