Jinjiang Inn (Beijing Jiuxianqiao)
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... decided to go back via the subway, another interesting endeavour, Good thing we had Cindy Yao there. She is quite a woman! We followed her like duckies following the mom! The subway is rather complex and challenging ... and all in Mandarin. So you keep an eye contact on mother Cindy!
We came out in the nice shopping street we had visited in the first day in Beijing, all lighted. Spectacular day!
... the Hutong. We stopped on our tour to eat lunch with a local family. The aunt did the cooking for us and it was quite good. The niece and great niece served us and spoke with us. The niece is also continuing the family business of painting inside crystal bottles which means she is painting inverse images. She let us try and mine looked like Picasso went crazy. Part of the experience was learning to make dumplings. It is similar to ...
... to go to the National Museum of China and hoped that they had a place to store bags (most placed have some sort of coat check location).
· We got lucky, and they had it for 20 yuan! The museum was free, so we stood in a line about 20 minutes and got in. The museum was 3 stories tall and had many historic items (old pots, coins, etc.). We walked through it and bought some ...
... we have only had one fire. It was mine.
Honey, could you call the doctor and order a new asthma nebulizer while I am here? Mine…ummm…blew up.
Night Night Jenks America.
PS-Sorry, Pictures aren't uploading here. Maybe I can upload tomorrow night. They turned the fountains on just as we arrived at Forbidden City, have a pix.. Their "congress" is just starting up this week, so lots of clean up and people from all provinces.