Hualijiahe Xinyuan Inn

Address: No.21 Yandaixie Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100009, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Reevaluating my Life

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on May 07, 2014

2 photos

... lunch at Miguel's apartment. When I arrived, I was surprised to be the first one there. Miguel was confused why Chris and Zach had yet to come. As we were waiting, Miguel and I spoke about leaving China. He was telling me that he felt excited and sad to leave Beijing after being here for three years. However, he expressed his excitement to return to Europe.

Will showed up. Then, Chris and Zach arrived. Then, we ate what Miguel prepared. Miguel ...

Trans Mongolian Experience

A travel blog entry by kevdeeworldtour on May 05, 2014

6 comments, 91 photos

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Doesn’t make it any easier. I got up opened the curtain. Closed the curtain and then went back to bed. I woke to a knock at the door. I opened the door and forgot that I was commando. Thank feck it was dark. It was a passport check. The conductor shut the door and I got decent and found the documents. All ok. Back into bed for another hour or so.

We then rolled into a station for ...

Beijing: Emperors and Great Walls

A travel blog entry by bryanddave2013 on Aug 23, 2013

58 photos

... even more amazing is that it was only used twice a year, and even then only by the emperor! Entering the temple complex leads you through a long road surrounded by trees towards a series of courtyards to a large round platform. Number 9 is an important number in ancient China, so we went up a series of flights of stairs each with 9 steps. At the top the platform consisted of 9 circles, with the inner most centre consisting of a single stone, the second circle made of 9 ...

First Day in Beijing

A travel blog entry by ztbrown on Sep 03, 2012

1 comment, 19 photos

... besides a Chinese student. We glanced at each other furtively, exchanging nods. I thought about talking with her, but as I'd found out with my Chinese parents, my language skills had gotten a little rusty over the summer, and I wasn't exactly eager to embarrass myself in front of a stranger on the first day.

Eventually, I mustered up the courage. "Ni shi Beida daxue ma?" Are you a student here?, I asked.

"Dui," she answered. ...

Singing in the rain: Great Wall of China edition

A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon on Jul 21, 2012

13 photos

... also a huge blessing because it left the wall completely void of a crowd. I didn’t have to push anyone to get a picture, I wasn’t worried about someone getting to close to me and reaching into my backpack. We walked freely up and down the wall, admiring it for its full beauty and if it was a sunny, warm, humid day – that may not have been the case. Actually, I’m pretty confident that I wouldn’t have had received ...