Jinjiang Inn (Beijing Pingguoyuan)

Address: No.44 Yangzhuang North Area, Shijingshan District, Beijing, 100043, China | Motel
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This motel, located in the 石景山区 area of Beijing, is near Eight Great Temples (Badachu) and Beijing Amusement Park.
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Still in Beijing

A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Aug 07, 2014


... if I am short of money I will join the scavengers looking for anything they can sell to a recycle depot). After all I don't really know where I will be tomorrow let alone in 14 working days time!!!! Went to the Great Wall on Monday. Walked about a km of it and then decided the other 5999km's would have to wait for another time. Besides there was a sign that said "go no further" as it was under repair. I didn't need telling twice. Impressive and wouldn't have ...

Olympic Park during autumn in Beijing

A travel blog entry by pandabearm on Nov 12, 2013

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Beijing is beautiful with the leaves changing colors. Luckily, the past few days have been smog-free and really, really pretty. Just a little chilly!

Today we went to the Olympic Park here in Beijing. There's the Bird's Nest, or the National Stadium. Unfortunately, I feel like it already looks dirty and run-down, even though it's only been 5 years. But it is really cool-looking! Especially when they light it up at night! Same with the ...

Appreciating a Story

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Oct 01, 2013

1 comment, 233 photos

... and I walked to the other side and we got a taxi finally.

Once at campus, Laura and I walked to Ahava, an American restaurant. There, we met the short Laura and Monica. I ordered a chicken Caesar salad and it was heaven. It was nice to have fresh veggie for once. Amelia was there too and she sat with us. I tried her carrot cake and decided to get one too.

During dinner, the two Laura explained their time living abroad in different countries. ...

Another Brick in the Wall

A travel blog entry by funkymonk on May 02, 2013

... and social wallpaper can define an experience in itself. In Cuba for example, while the visuals were amazing and the people were lovely, I couldn't help but be affected by witnessing the way people have to live their lives. Seeing little old ladies being intimidated by police isn't something that tends to spark a journal chapter full of gushing commentary on how 'wonderful' everything is. Before Cuba, I had been willing to give Communism a fair trail but It failed miserably and I ...

Discussions with my tutor and Haibei Park

A travel blog entry by patickdb on Sep 26, 2012


... to Haibei park. This park is known for its White Pavilion which is a Buddhist Shrine. I went with Yang laoshi and two other girls who are in my tutoring group. Pics on Fbook.
It's good to talk to a native Chinese person around my age (he's 25). I feel more comfortable around him and he talks in a way that is easy for me to understand him. Bundled with the cultural knowledge, my meetings with him are quite invaluable. That's all for now.

Much love,