Home Inn (Beijing Xibianmen)

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

Day 2: Beijing

A travel blog entry by nelkin on Apr 15, 2014

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... that. In his best Chinese accent, Devon joked "200 yuan for a good time!" Turns out the "mini prostitution houses" are really just tiny convenience breakfast places. Next we ate at KFC, which is nothing like the ones in America. The chicken was definitely not fried Kentucky style. It was still a nice reprieve from unusual cultural food. Most of us ate the popcorn chicken, fries, and a chocolate sundae. Howard had us try a special treat: an egg pie. They were ...


A travel blog entry by pete.willcox on Nov 02, 2013

3 comments, 24 photos

... cringe.We walked to back towards the Tienanmen Square area where Pete knew
there was a shop where he could purchase a spare battery for his new
camera. Lilly had said it would be cheaper elsewhere but Pete hadn't
had any luck, and priced them from 480 Chinese ($96) down to 340
($67) mostly the real Canon ones. When re-visited the one near the
square, they quoted 198 ($32) but, as a credit card wasn't an option
for paying, they asked for cash. Pete only ...

<3 Beijing Becomes a Bomb Zone

A travel blog entry by cats-adventures on Feb 08, 2013

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... VISA sorted; she had done it online and it came up with an error. In the embassy (the 2nd one we visited; the first one that we got a taxi to was wrong for VISA applications as it had moved – typical!) Lara simply did what she had done before ... and it worked – once again typical. By this time it was almost 12 so we scurried over to our normal metro stop of Tiananmen Sq. East and did what we had planned for the day ... shopping! Amongst a few ...

British in Beijing

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Aug 12, 2012

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... clever lighting effects. The average age of the actors/dancers is only 17. They were so fit and strong. We really enjoyed the performance; it was certainly something different! After the show the performers were available in the foyer of the theatre if you wanted to take pictures of them.

Then it was back to our hotel for our second night in the capital. We had a nightcap, watched the telly for a bit, then once again slept ...

I could (almost) definitely be a Buddhist monk...

A travel blog entry by chloecd on Jul 10, 2012

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... is a really beautiful location, nestled in the mountains, with fantastic views (although we couldn't really see due to the humidity/smog). Apparently on a clear day they can see the Olympic Park, however as the weather has been so horrifically humid I we didn't get to see that.

Despite it being close enough to see the Olympic Park it seemed to be a completely different world to the centre of Beijing. When we got there we were first taken to the ...

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