Jinjiang Inn Beijing Dongzhimen Diplomatic District

Address: No.23 Xinyuanxili Middle Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100027, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

A Climb of a Lifetime!

A travel blog entry by dave-sue on Nov 18, 2014

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We got up very early, before our wake-up call -- still trying to adjust to the time change. Again, we had a huge breakfast.

We took the bus to the Sacred Way of the Ming Tombs. The air today is quite polluted and Brennan actually put on a mask for a short time.

This burial site was chosen by the Ming emperors because it lies in a valley surrounded on three sides by mountains with an opening to the south protecting the ...

The Forbidden City (Palace Museum) and Hutong

A travel blog entry by caroline63 on Feb 22, 2014

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Will and I met at 9.30am and caught the subway to Tiananmen Square to go to the For identity City. Beijing was horribly polluted with an index rating of 345, rated as 'hazardous' by the World Health Organisation. We spent about 4 hours going around the Palace. Unfortunately we missed the room of clocks, but some of the areas weren't open. We were stopped a couple of times by families and asked if they could have their ...

Traditional side of Beijing

A travel blog entry by nlmiller55 on Jan 04, 2014

181 photos

... American 'micro pub'. After here we headed to another little pub which was a rum bar! Here we had some snacks and finally made another small walk through the hutongs to arrive at a Chinese Muslim Restaurant. These type of people come from western China which is a mixture of Chinese and Arabian. Here we had some lovely food, black beer and shisha before heading home through the hutong (with Tom using his google maps to get around the very small back alleys). ...


A travel blog entry by kimandgareth on Jul 21, 2013

3 comments, 10 photos

我說沒有英 ;語 (I Speak No English) Ok, so we had an interesting first few days in China! Despite being a capital city in one of the world's largest, most commercial, and quickest developing countries, we realised that in Beijing almost nobody speaks English. Apparently our white skin made us a local attraction - we even had people taking photos of us at the local train station! So we arrived at Beijing ...

Beijing - The Final Shebang!

A travel blog entry by meadventure2 on Nov 09, 2012

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... us because Chinese cabs are paid per KM not by the minute. Good for us, bad for him. More and more I'm realizing that the Lonely Planet is often VERY generous with their review for various places, trips etc. Leo Hostel Beijing received one such review. At first glance it looks fine. The first disappointment was the mat (not a mattress), about 2cm thick on a wooden plank which we were expected to sleep on. No bed side lamps, one outlet, and a broken locker. Then ...