Home Inn (Beijing Sihui)

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

Filthy Animal

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny

... happened again and Olivia was right.

A second later, Caitlin came running down the hallway laughing about that there was pee on the floor in her and Shari's classroom. My professor ran out of the room to talk with the other professors about what was happening.

Our professor came back to our classroom. She explained that the creepy guy who was in our class yesterday actually hid in another classroom yesterday. One of the cleaning ...

Train Spotters only Page

A travel blog entry by johnlucas


Whether it is the Great Firewall of China or the hotel connection it seems loading pictures onto our blog is more difficult in China than it was in Mongolia! As advertised on the previous entry we got a few pictures of the bogie changing process at the Mongolia / China border which ...

Our View of China

A travel blog entry by beijingblitz

... more info about home-schooling there are a lot of groups online, simply Google it. If you'd like to know why we home-school, feel free to email me. It is nothing scandalous, just mostly due to selfishness.
If you are considering Beijing, I can tell you, YES, the pollution is as bad as you think! YES, you will have a week or more without seeing the sky. YES, you might need air purifiers. YES, you think your kids will wear ...

Beijing Redux

A travel blog entry by ian_witchlow


... Canada with the help of Dom and sans laptop, after which the group met up, got into a van and drove 2 hours to get to a small town with a very interesting stretch of great wall.

This town was small, and we needed to call the hostel owner to show up and unlock the hostel. Still, inside had heaters, desktop computers and enough space to play a few games, so it all went well.

We were driven to the wall ...

Two person bike. YOU THINK?

A travel blog entry by robyn.doppke

Since I have been here I have seen many strange things, but the weirdest to me is the Bicycles, you have the bikes with two seats, you have the bikes with small wagons, you have the bikes with a small motor. But, to me it is who is riding the bike that is funny. I noticed a lot of Chinese people share their bike. No these bikes do not have two seats nor do they have extra pedals. What they do have is a small padded or ...


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