Home Inn (Beijing Shuangjing)

Address: No.48 East Loop 3 South Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100022, China | Motel
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Bored... bored... bored - got better!

A travel blog entry by spersephone on Dec 08, 2014

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... and our stomachs. The lady doing me asked if I'd had children, presumably due to my gorgeous stretch marks. When I said that I'd had three children, they were all amazed, because it's not very common in China to have that many children.

The massage was really nice, but it wasn't as relaxing as I might have expected. However, we were then told to lay on our backs the other way, with our feet down the bottom of the bed, and were given another really good foot ...

Day 11: Beijing

A travel blog entry by spencerwynn on Jul 21, 2014

This was a day of prep for the trip to Inner Mongolia. I spent the day editing images, writing and wandering around a bit. Still a bit of recover to do from the nights of no sleep back in Tibet!

Tomorrow at 6 am, a driver comes to take me 6 hours north to ...

Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City & Hutongs

A travel blog entry by bunnyette on Jun 05, 2014

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... in English. Then it was another stroll to taste some tea and be coerced into buying some rather expensive tea...but forewarned by my friend Shirley, we didn't fall for it...so they bargained way down for one favourite. Nancy then took us through an area with a lot of souvenir shops. What kept us from buying stuff was the fact we are only allowed 20kg on Chinese airlines...we have many places to see! We also saw the "sea" aka Hiuhai lake. At one point in ...

Beijing

A travel blog entry by jasonandtiff on Oct 16, 2013

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... emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasty. The architecture to this day is astounding, immaculately reconstructed and beautifully restored. Temples, palaces, courtyards and even a pharmacists residence all beautifully constructed and larger than life. We concluded our 'museum' visit with a stroll through the imperial gardens. Hidden amongst the ancient cypres trees we took in a few last moments of 'peaceful' serenity before exiting the forbidden city and being met ...

Tianamien Forbidden Hutiong Heaven

A travel blog entry by sasoz on Apr 21, 2013

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... of Heaven is situated in a park for the people. To see the Temple the guide buys the ticket to go in. Surrounding this the Chinese people on a Sunday are playing cards, Chinese Chess or singing songs. It is a very pleasant atmosphere. The Temple is round but you cannot get close to take pictures of the inside because of the large crowds. I have leaned while being in China, you have to push your way in and out, rather than be polite and wait for a break that ...