Home Inn (Beijing Yansha)

Address: No.8 Xinyuannan Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100027, China | Motel
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This motel, located in the Dongzhimen/Dongsi area of Beijing, is near Lama Temple (Yonghegong), Ming Tombs (Ming Sishan Ling), Beijing Aquarium (Beijing Haiyangguan), and China World Shopping Mall.
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A travel blog entry by squarehors969 on Jan 08, 15

... 1873, according to Bernard Vignot in Le ph'nom'ne des 'glises parall'les, he was called up for military service but refused to obey. He then took refuge in Belgium.[12](p31) He spent one year in the House of the Christian Brothers at Namur.[11](pp187'188) Vilatte then emigrated to Canada in 1876.[1](pp91'92)

Vilatte spent a second year devoted to private preparation for the priesthood before entering, in 1878, the Congregation of the Holy Cross Fathers' College of St. ...

Mu tian yu, the Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by julstravelsasia on Sep 25, 2014

... made the heart pound and he knees ache. Initially gate 22 was our goal but we're Aussies so we left the tourist area of gate 22 and entered the hiking area alone because there was only one family ahead of us. This was a good place to sit and talk and drink in the foggy mountain view. Today it is about 7000 kms long and at some places 680 ft above sea level. The famous Mao Tse Tung said, "If you come to Beijing and have not climbed the Great Wall, you are not a ...

Temple of heaven & the Muslim quarter

A travel blog entry by minimalbruno on Aug 28, 2013

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... mutton meat, restaurants with arabic
writings, men with long beards... I even
had a mutton brochette in one of the restaurants, yumm!!!

I senced the Niu Jie Mosque didn’t have to be far away. I expected to see a
high minaret raising from the buildings, but noooo...the Mosque was quite well
hidden. I was the only visitor as the Muslims were preparing for evening
prayer. I felt like I escaped China. The people were more friendly and somehow
had ...


A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Feb 12, 2013

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... may be thrown off from the smoggy days Beijing had in January, the 2.5 PM readings were still well above 200. For Spring Festival CSI organized a trip to a hot springs, and CSI students spent a day relaxing at the springs. Our tickets included full access to the hot springs, slides, river rafting (think Water World wave pool in a circle), a back massage, and lunch and dinner, both at which I ate quite a few dumplings. There were more firework shows on the bus ...

Lazy sunday

A travel blog entry by markbaker on Feb 03, 2013

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... both the Drum and Bell towers today but because of the snow they were closed. I hope the snow doesn't scupper my plans for the rest of the week. For dinner another delightful, vegetarian restaurant. I've never been very good with chopsticks but I'm learning fast otherwise I go hungry or the food goes cold. In the evening I went to an acrobatics performance in a theatre. The place wasn't even 10% full so I felt a bit sorry for the ...