Home Inn (Beijing Dongzhimen)
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... 5 biggest public squares in the world. For many Chinese, it is a symbol of China's power, and a must-see place once in their lifetime. There were many photographers around, ready to help photograph the occasion, but Natalie and I had each other to take turns to take pictures, and then asked a random family to help. The family ended up taking pictures with us as well, which is always flattering.
After spending time at the Square, we walked ...
... br> Dad and I needed a bit of relaxation after that so we headed for a relaxing swim at the hotel pool and then a quiet meal.
... the one he weighed and brought into the kitchen for us.
Jinling and I were shown to a table outside but it was a bit too chilly outside for her and I offered that we go inside instead. She looked visibly relieved. Once seated, she asked me what I would like to have for lunch, besides the fish from outside. I asked her to recommend something for us. In my mind the fish with some rice would have been more than sufficient for lunch but the ...
... chicken and a bunch of dumplings. My stomach was please. I was craving for those dumplings for a while.
The beer was good too. It was nice to hang out with Natasha. We usually have busy schedules.
"I am so glad you invited me to get dumplings." I said.
"Of course." Natasha smiled.
"I was not going to do anything tonight." I confessed.
"I would have probably gone with somebody else if you did not come." Natasha explained. ...
... master. Bought a Louis Vuitton bag which started off at 2,800 Yuan and I paid 140 Yuan! That's about £15 :) I also bought a set of chopsticks for my family which started at 900 Yuan and I paid 35! That's less than £4!! They're beautiful chopsticks and the guy we bought from was so annoyed he sold to us haha! Ben bought a fake Rolex watch for about £5 and a little Chinese dragon for just over £1. Bartering is hard though. It's really awkward and you can really upset some ...