Piao Home Inn Beijing Guomao East

No.12A Xidawang Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100026, China | 2 star motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Beautiful Beijing!

A travel blog entry by dbpernod on Jun 15, 2014

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... that we were looking at replicas of everything that we felt a little cheated. The tombs themselves were neat though, and it was cool to be walking around in something so old. After lunch with the group, who quickly became friends, we arrived at the Great Wall. For the sake of time, we opted for the ski lift to take us directly to the top of Mutan Yiu's 6th tower. We were able to hike down and up, then down, then back up, etc. to tower 1 and ...

Cute Little Granny

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Nov 25, 2013

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... the credit unit system in China and the US. I told Jacky that I just needed six credits for foreign language at my university. Basically, my intensive elementary Chinese class this semester will complete that requirement.

Jacky told me that UIBE requires Chinese students to take twenty-eight credits in English learning, such as English business communication. I then told him about how regular intermediate part one will be next semester. He said that ...

Arrival in Beijing

A travel blog entry by wilk on Sep 22, 2013

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2.45pm: A good flight from Singapore to Beijing. There was a typhoon in Hong Kong so we were told to expect a bumpy ride as we neared it but didn't notice anything major. Arrived on time but had a long trip from tarmac to the terminal. Very hazy so I pity anyone who is asthmatic. Looking forward to a shower and change of clothes and then we will be off to enjoy a Peking ...

First Impressions

A travel blog entry by mysky on Mar 26, 2013

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... to first purchase a phone plan and then rent an apartment. Given the technicalities of such tasks, I wanted to find someone who can speak so English. But that turned out to be a futile endeavor. I didn’t understand this phenomenon until later. I currently live next to a 19 year old girl who is studying for her college entrance exam. Apparently, the college entrance exam has an entire section in English, but students ...

The End

A travel blog entry by ricao on Aug 11, 2012

... around, you would have thought you were at a funeral. Everyone was crying!

On the bus, everyone had to turn in the cellphones that they were loaned and I also had to pass back any paper cuttings that anyone might have wanted back. At the airport, we were met by Feng Laoshi who wanted to say goodbye. :( All of us first had to check our luggage first. There was practically no line to check in when we got there, but as we waited, ...