Home Inn (Beijing Xibianmen)

No.16 Xili, Xibianmen, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100053, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

The end of the road

A travel blog entry by amyfisher

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... week or so what I had been up to, what I liked, what I didn't, and it helped me to remember my time better.I’m also very blessed to have such wonderful extended family back home. Special thanks Uncle Pete for messaging me every week or so, and Nanna for your emails, I felt so loved even when I was so far away. Out of sight, not out of mind it seems, and I am so grateful for that.

I really am struggling to put into words exactly how ...

Day 33 - Beijing Leaving Beers

A travel blog entry by costin


... more when we ordered a bottle of the Captain for the table. The guy running the bar was pretty chilled, so just left us in the bar and went to bed. Even after the bar was closed, we got some more beers from the 24hr supermarket down the road and drank in the hostel, calling it a night at about 4am. As I was going to bed, I thought to myself, the train tomorrow is going to be hard work! Little did I know it was going to be considerably worse than I ...

The bullet train and first night in Beijing

A travel blog entry by gibsonmg

... considering by the looks of Beijing, it has a much less urban feel than Shanghai. Immediately dad and I talked about how different the pace is in Beijing compared to Shanghai. The tone and volume of the speech is much calmer than in Shanghai, where it sounds like everyone is angry and yelling at each other. The speech in Beijing is quieter and flows together more and overall sounds less ...

Viewing the Presidential Election from China

A travel blog entry by michelleyeager


... the aisle. She found a table that was almost done, and (like me) hovered. Linli's table finished first, and I quickly moved down the aisle to join her. Once at the table we caught each other up on the past couple week's news and then covered general topics, such as winter break plans and the names of different dishes at the school cafeterias. Linli told me while ordering it was ok to just point and say "I want this", because even Chinese students do not ...

Day 13- Do You Believe in Magic?

A travel blog entry by rburrows92


... Westerners here in China isn't necessarily difficult, we tend to see several every day in fact, but finding ones that speak English is something different entirely. These two men were a father and son pair from Australia on holiday to London. They decided to stop over in Beijing for a week on their way over though, and that's when we met. The son just started university this year and is currently on Winter break. We had a good conversation about getting by ...


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