Home Inn (Beijing Shangdi)
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... to go in since one is under construction and the other didn't look interesting.
1545: Arrived at the Raffles City.
1610: 35 mins tea break at the Toast Box and did some shopping.
1830: Left the mall.
1900: Arrived at the hotel and let the kids to go for a swim.
2120: Supper at Gold Lake Coffee House nearby.
2245: Walked back to hotel and it was freezing cold due to the wind.
2300: Reached the ...
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