Home Inn (Beijing Xibianmen)

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

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A travel blog entry by nahdieh


The day after b day we went to Gugong "the imperial palace" we had some trouble getting there. Then we went to the Ahdieh's house me and Ari ended up staying at their house for the night we played video games,we played a board game called stratego, and we played outside. The next day we went to a water park and hung out with them for the rest or the day. Today we hung out with one of mommy's old friends Jesse and her daughter Xue ...

Tobogganing Off the Wall

A travel blog entry by johnlucas


Yesterday's blog was a bit rushed, sorry about that but we were both a very tired. All this excitement is a bit much for us elderly folk. Just to rub in our old age, twice now we have been offered seats in the metro from people who look older than us (in my opinion anyway). Beijing is a great deal warmer than we expected, definitely tee shirt weather although to avoid too much hassle at the security scanners I have been wearing an anorak so I can carry water, camera ...


A travel blog entry by marsha_z


... over Russia and a well labelled city I've never heard of (Ulaanbataar--sounds like Mongolia to me) and now that little airplane icon is just about over Beijing. About two hours into this flight I was thinking of describing it as torture......cramped, unable to sleep...but it's amazing how, now that we've gone through it, it doesn't seem quite so bad. Must be the anticipation of landing! Two movies, three meals, a couple of catnaps, and the seatbelt sign is on! More soon from ...

To the Top of the Wall, Pandas and Farewell Dinner

A travel blog entry by lavernelund


... a day on a diet of mostly bamboo.
We returned to the hotel to shower and dress for our Farewell Dinner with the group. It was a luscious Peking Duck meal. In the 1860's Mr. Yun of Shandung Province sold ducks to Beijing. The duck is a white duck of 2.5 kg which is raised and then roasted in a way that makes the skin crispy and the flesh more tender. Mr. Yun found that he could earn more money selling ducks that were cooked. He established a restaurant near the main gate ...


A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez


... to take us which didn't go down too well & created quite an audience. Tracy also joined in shouting like a fishwife 'Andrew, get over here now'!!!!!

11) Scooters - sooooo cool, we want one. See photo & you'll understand!

12) Being social - we'll walk out of an evening, and people will be sat around outside their compounds just chatting, or playing cards, or majhong, or eating on street corner stalls, all very social, and not stuck ...


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