Shindom Inn (Beijing Guang'Anmen)

Address: No.24 Guang'anmen South Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100053, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Pre-Wedding Adventures in Changping

A travel blog entry by heatherandmike on Jun 13, 2015

2 comments, 17 photos

... 8220;en famille”. Lindsay in her blog described the round
table dining experience and we're starting to get used to it. You
have to be fast and grab what you want or it will go by and not be
seen again for another 10 minutes at which time all the food that you
wanted may be gone. We've all really enjoyed the fresh veg lightly
stir fried and we've all ventured tasting some new things. The Peking
duck was thinly sliced and served with ...

Day 3 - Is it Monday ?

A travel blog entry by meraz on Jul 29, 2014

15 photos

... Kung Fu show. It was quite impressive, even though it was the usual sort of stuff. Great acrobatics, some ballet, some impressive QiGong and stuff. All spoken in English with Chinese subtitles. I Felt a bit embarrassed and fortunate, as there were lots of non English tourists around us.

I was still experimenting with the blog but was enjoying keeping it. I ended up staying up too late writing up the day's entry and was sure I would regret it the next ...

The City of a Very Long Wall

A travel blog entry by josh_manning on Jun 13, 2014

... at the time.

China’s north border now extends way past the Great Wall so it is now like Hadrian’s Wall; it has no current use. Walking along the wall was pretty hard work as it was a mountainous area of the wall and it was very hot. After having a wonder round the Old bit of the wall we decided to head the other way, me and Nicole managed to walk to about tower 18 of 23 before having to turn back. We were very lucky with the weather at the wall as to begin ...

Day 1: Forbidden City and Summer Palace

A travel blog entry by hunxueer on Oct 15, 2013

8 photos

... 5.) Little kids are allowed to pee anywhere, including into the trash cans (or on the sidewalk of public areas). 6.) Some people don't close the stall doors; they just do their business for the world to see. And Mom, I forgot to close my bag all the way and dropped some of my stuff into the toilet, just like you said I would. I did not go in after it. ...

China, crazy people and even more crazy food

A travel blog entry by bryattack on Oct 12, 2012

120 photos

... so we decided to go to the great wall the day after and visit the Lama temple instead. Also a very nice place, not too big but also not so massively crowded as for example the Forbidden City. Just a few tourists and many Buddhists praying and sacrificing Incence sticks.
The day after we finally wanted to go to the Great Wall! Originally we planned to go to a part of the wall that was not so popular with tourists and also a lot of it left unrestored. ...