Home Inn (Beijing Changping Tiyuguan)

Address: No.11 Nanhuan Road, Changping District, Beijing, 102200, China | Motel
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This motel is located in the Changping District area of Beijing.
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    Day 16: Beijing (Arrival Day) - Emily

    A travel blog entry by lauraandemily on Sep 01, 2014

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    ... all things veggie and Chinese set in a secluded courtyard in the backstreets. I hope every meal is like this...I doubt it. Thankfully the rain had stopped but poor Laura was not having any luck wearing flip flops so we caught the subway home and treated ourselves to a piece of 161 cheesecake. Sinking into the white cotton sheets, made in China, I was out like a light....having taken half of Beijing's pollution off my face... First day ...

    Arrived in Beijing

    A travel blog entry by dlp5 on Jul 17, 2014

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    ... below. You could probably just touch the picture and feel the heat!) but surprisingly very green. Tons of trees line the roads they have small parks scarred throughout the city drive in from the airport.

    Had a great meal with 3 other families last night and the local facilitator. Everything was was recognizable and tasted fantastic...Olivia did fall asleep as ...

    Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City & Hutongs

    A travel blog entry by bunnyette on Jun 05, 2014

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    ... my through with Nancy past security but Bruce got left behind...sigh. After walk through the square, we came to the Forbidden city...again Nancy noted how lucky we were with the lack of crowds. By this time the temperature reached at least 34 -36 degrees. Good thing we wore sunscreen & hats. The forbidden city had many interesting things. Te emperors lived a nice life with many, many concubines to choose from. Those concubines fought for the right to ...

    Trains, murder, and a gem

    A travel blog entry by lilynomad on Oct 24, 2013

    11 photos

    ... chick who is burning her incense and bowing at the alters just like the locals are. Whilst at the temple I even managed to get frisky with a brass statue of a horse which is supposed to promote good health (my shoulder needed it as the cortisone is not doing anything for pain relief!). I even think i accidentally wandered into the monks residential area which had a beautiful stone garden an intricate tapestry. I always lose track of time when inshrines and temples as I ...

    Day One in Beijing

    A travel blog entry by sirscottric on May 01, 2013

    171 photos

    ... buildings in the forbidden city have figurines of the dragon, phoenix, and the children on the corner of the roofs. The number of figurines varies from 3-11 and is symbolic for who is allowed to enter the buildings. 11 figurines meant only the emperor (and maybe the royal family?) could enter. Fewer figurines meant less and less important people could enter. Most emperors had 1 wife and 100's of concubines. One emperor had 37 children.

    After viewing the ...