Dahua Jinwan Hotel
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This is a family,Parents and their two sons, from Netherland in early
July. They stayed in Beijing for four nights, visited main attractions
but with two free days. The lady's parents are Chinese, so she looks
like a Chinese. In their trip, they also visited the hometown for her
parents, Xiamen. ...
... the others are not, which is unfortunate, given the investment made.
Then we headed off to a preserved area of Beijing - the hutongs, which have one level buildings and were what was common in Beijing until the 1970s! We went to an area that was around a lake, and the places there have been turned into restaurants and bars (I expect it hops at night).Then we wandered some of the hutongs and went to visit a family in one of them - the woman ...
... Locke was present, and he spoke warmly of his friends and colleagues who were leaving. On a more personal note, he explained that while he would be staying in China, his wife and children would be returning to America to finish high school and apply to colleges. It must be incredibly hard for those in foreign service to constantly rebuild new friendships, and part with loved ones. Anyway, on a lighter note, we were treated to free wine, and ...
... per shirt (1 shirt = 160 元, but Dylan bargained for 4 shirts at roughly 100 元 each). After Dylan had finally settled for his lowest price at 1200 元, Beibei shook her head, turning to me and saying "He really make me cry, you go help him pick out shirts." But no worries, we are now good friends with Beibei and Jake and Steven both ordered suits from the same shop this weekend, so Beibei is pretty familiar with all of us now. I plan on going to ...
... mother of the family dished up for us, kept topping up our greens as it was imperative we ate more greens than rice! It was very lovely watching her feed her family (and us!). And had a feast, with every meat under the sun!! Plus i got to try Peking duck! After this we moved onto a tea shop where we were taught the different teas drank in china and how the should be drank (a lot of slurping happened here). We got ...