Jinjiang Inn (Beijing Yuquan Road)
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Answering your questions:
I am not jet lagged any more. I went to bed and woke up at normal times last night.
It is very hard to use chop sticks. I have been trying but I am not very good at it. Not all restaurants have forks so I just have to figure it out. Most restaurants don't give you napkins which we don’t understand!
The hotel is very nice and our room is very big.
I have ...
... and visit with grandparents, parents and a precious grandchild in a beautifully furnished 6th floor apartment.
HM's friend has a 70 year lease on the apartment. All property is actually owned by the government but family members may continue to use the apartment or rent it out to others during the term of the lease.Most Beijing apartments are 6 floors. An elevator is required for 7 floors or above. We were ...