Home Inn (Beijing Sihui)

No.2 Shimencun Road, Baiziwan, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100022, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Guest Blogger

A travel blog entry by summer2014 on Jul 20, 2014

6 comments, 11 photos

... to be delicious. Sonia opted oysters in garlic served on the shell, also tasty, and the girls each got some handmade potato chips on a stick. We were off to a great start. After sampling a few other dishes, most of which were pretty good, I decided to up the ante. Long story short, Cate, Mia and I are now officially part of the "bug club" having savoured dragonfly and tarantula. I really have to say, I'm ...

Summer lovin' at the Summer Palace

A travel blog entry by ardenmusictours on Apr 16, 2014

3 photos

The Chinese "dragon lady" was the empress. The dragon is symbolic for power, so even though it sounds like an insult to us, to the Chinese, it is a compliment. The Summer Palace was built 260 years ago as a birthday gift for the Emperor's mother. It is actually a big garden with a ...

Black Lung

A travel blog entry by peteindira on Nov 02, 2013

34 photos

... our subway tin can, the conversation just wasn't natural. So to remedy this, he went to his phone and pulled out the pollution index gem. (Yes there is an app for that in Beijing)

What does 240 mean? I asked. Well, the WHO considers a level of 250 hazardous to your health... Oh... That was basically the end of that conversation but the next day a student from San Francisco we were chatting with pulled out his phone and cheerfully informed us that ...

Ne how!

A travel blog entry by sophie_ish on May 13, 2013

84 photos

... plenty of iphones snapping us and people asking to take photos with us.

We had been looking forward to our next day since the beginning of the trip – a visit to the great wall of China, and it didn’t disappoint. After a 2.5hr crowded bus trip to the Mutianyu (less touristy) section of the wall and a steep sweaty climb past plenty of hawkers we reached the wall. Here we were treated to some beautiful views over forest and mountain scenery alongside the ...

Nobody has the right of way in lougie town*

A travel blog entry by graysoncobb on Sep 18, 2012

10 photos

When the red walk symbol turns green pedestrians know they can cross the street safely... everywhere but China. Here, the green walk signal indicates you are only marginally less likely to get hit by a car in the next 30 seconds. And even if you manage to cross without almost being run over, you still need to be on high alert for incoming lougies.
*Turning cars always have the right away before pedestrians, and chinese people can make ...

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