Super 8 (Beijing Shijingshan Jiu Jiu Yuan)

Yangzhuang East Street, Shijingshan District, Beijing, 100043, China | Motel
Prices starting from $27.00

Travel Blogs from Beijing

Temple of heaven and pearl market

A travel blog entry by danddmeed


... we neared the end of our walk, they began to turn off some of the “attraction” lights and things were starting to get a little creepy. There were some karaoke stands set up with people singing on the sidewalk and it was just a “dark” setting.

We grabbed the subway (which was one stop from where we started the walk) and headed back to the room for a good night’s sleep. ...

Too Much Chinese

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


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Ryan asked us if we were ready to go home and we yelled yes. I am happy that I am going home for Christmas because it would be nice to relax before returning to China next semester. I am looking forward to catching up on my anime and manga.

Later, I went to my afternoon class. I learned that China recently adopted a two child policy, which states that if one of the parents is an only child, then they can have two children. I was shocked ...


A travel blog entry by johannakmh

Everyone had warned me that in Beijing its so polluted that you couldn't see the sky, but I was pleasantly surprised that although the sun was invisible behind the smog, the breathing was the same as London and since I've been in China for long enough to see the seasons change, also relatively cool compared to elsewhere in the geographical basins.

The journey there was horrific. A ten hour train was bearable, although a very devout ...

Our first day in Beijing

A travel blog entry by milliethemoose


... million people can fit inside. From Tiananmen Square, we went into the Palace Museum or the Forbidden City. This was the home of the Emperor and the royal family. Only people involved in governing the country were allowed inside, the common people were never allowed to enter, that's why it was called the Forbidden City. Besides the Emperor and royal family, his advisors and generals worked here and there were as many as ten thousand servants living in the ...

Halfway there!

A travel blog entry by ricao

... they speak Cantonese in these places and not Mandarin, which would be a good explanation for my bad Chinese. I had to inform him that I wasn't from there. He then complimented my Chinese, saying that I spoke it very well. I didn't really believe it for a second, because Chris was speaking with the lady and the lady thought my Chinese was terrible. More importantly, she couldn't process it through her mind that I was Chinese but I couldn't speak the language.


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