Jinjiang Inn (Beijing Jiuxianqiao)
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... strips(I guess of crab) strewn like straw over the top. Weird. Fletcher and Peter fared better with their pasta. From there we wandered through the area and down the side streets and showed Peter some of the lovely buildings, all recreated as they were in the 1890s. We were a little disappointed though as there were fewer people around and many shops now lay empty. It was also very warm, so after about an hour we decided to head back. I found a quicker ...
... hardly fit out of the elevator stumbled our way back to the hotel buying things here and there including a calligraphy set which mum bought me. We arrived at the hotel where we then rested our tired feet. We later had drinks at the restaurant were I did this the first time then it magically disappeared
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Since we've arrived back in Beijing we have noticeably seen quite a change in Qiang. The quiet, brave little boy is finally starting to show his true colours. A small mischievous child with a very strong will. He loves to tease his big sister and knows how to push all the right buttons. It is quite comical to see how he switches off the light when one of us is visiting the toilet. He has abundant energy and often goes too far. But ...
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... 65288;王府井). Both areas are full of shops for tourists. We bought some children's books and an electronic pen/book set for Kaanan (our grandson) to learn Chinese. We had another classic Beijing dinner - the "lamb hot pot" at Dongleishun (东来顺) .
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