Super 8 (Beijing Xuan Wu Men)

Address: No.137 Xuan Wu Men Wai Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100052, China | 2 star motel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Beijing, China

A travel blog entry by tayrocfam on Aug 14, 2014

5 comments, 15 photos

... no idea why they were laughing at him!! To actually get to the square we had to cross a road, which the police monitored. When they gave the signal, you literally had to run for your life across this huge road, with cars not really stopping for you. I hung on to Phil for life and we just ran! Only half of our group got through so we had to wait. The security checks were pretty slack actually with the police barely looking at the X-ray machine! We were told we couldn't ...

The Rest of Beijing

A travel blog entry by nomad143 on Nov 30, 2013

... red lights. It's like the entire building is a series of geometric red cubes.


We woke up early to head to a giant flea and antique market. It was overwhelming. There were sections for everything from furniture to painting to jade and pearls. Everywhere you look there is something to buy. We saw replica Mao-era weaponry, stuffed wolves, painted scrolls, prayer walnuts, carved wooden furniture modeled after different dynasty ...

Beijing- Part 1.

A travel blog entry by billiejago on Jul 08, 2013

... i headed to the South Railway Station for the 10.00 train. I boarded easily enough and found my seat- surrounded by children in every direction. The train ride went very fast, with the top speed being 305KM/H which equals the fastest train in the world! The scenery was lovely, and the temperature changed so much on the train as we went through so many different provinces- It was a great experience. The train arrived in Beijing and I saw that the ...

Into the Orient

A travel blog entry by liamandsam on Jun 28, 2013

3 comments, 22 photos

... to head to Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City anyway, hoping that the infamous crowds wouldn't be as bad. It was still pretty packed once when we arrived and moving through the sea of umbrellas was a bit frustrating but eventually we made our way around the Forbidden City, now simply referred to as the Palace Museum. Originally blocked to all but the royal family on punishment of death, the Forbidden City is where the rulers of China have lived, entertained and ...

Getting lost in Dongcheng.

A travel blog entry by dreamingawake on Nov 06, 2012

2 comments, 46 photos

... It makes sense they would have so many street cleaners because it is quite filthy and people just throw their garbage out there. We wandered around there for quite some time and finally heard some music, which I recognized to be the national anthem of china... So we had missed the ceremony!

Finally we found our way out of the garden and made it to the forbidden city. But it didn't open until 830 so we decided to go to Tiananmen Square ...