Jinjiang Inn Beijing Guang'Anmen

Address: No.56 Guang'anmen South Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100053, China | 2 star motel
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

End of The Start of The Line

A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 24, 2014

2 comments, 41 photos

... was common in the country, she was under the spell of an extremely misplaced fascination with us. According to our (free, unofficial) interpreter, I possessed the Perfect Nose, as coveted by all Chinese people, whereas Bronagh was a 'Pearl-Skinned Blonde Beauty'. We politely informed her that in our country, she would be considered 'Short Sighted'.
On day one we had sped through the vast desert of Xijiang; despite knowing what was coming, until witnessed, ...

Five-Star Service

A travel blog entry by meganmulray on Jun 16, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... We enjoyed walking around the area which was full of bars covered in lights and a lot of American brand name stores. The area was full of locals. With 21.1 million people in this city, it seems that everywhere we go it is always full of people. After walking around we had a drink in a German bar, which was full of people watching the Germany vs. Portugal World Cup match. It was a very lively and happening place! It was a nice end to a great ...

Leg 2

A travel blog entry by davidwshih on Mar 29, 2014

... flights. Since its a red-eye, there were not many passengers so the line went quickly.

One sad part is they confiscated my external battery (was free from SingTel) since it didn't have any labeling (you are allowed if its under 20,000)

Ok - the nice lady at the Air China lounge came by to notify me its time to board.

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Return of the blog

A travel blog entry by leg5a on Aug 04, 2013

2 comments, 35 photos

... in dynastic times for applicants taking the imperial exam for civil service. The process was very long and ineffably competitive, and only those who had passed their local, city, and provincial tests could finally test here. Some applicants would fail time after time, and would spend their lives studying just to pass the imperial exam. Inside the Confucius temple, you can see examples of how scholars used to try and cheat by copying down ...

Getting Out of the USSR

A travel blog entry by lochlanjw on Dec 19, 2012

... on Domodedovo Airport in Moscow last year. I get to the front of the queue at Desk 3 only to be told that I'm in the wrong queue and to go to the back of the longest queue, which is Desk 1. I queue again - this time at Desk 1 - and when I finally get to the front the man looks at my passport and gives me a tiny piece of paper with a stamp on the back. He then proceeds to tell me to go and queue at Desk 3. Explaining, not too politely, that it was ...