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... my birthday so special. They took me to a surprise dinner in a hutong at an authentic Italian restaurant with homemade ravioli with the most fresh and amazing fillings. I also have recently tried a new restaurant called The Source in a beautiful and historic hutong home. We ate in the courtyard on a warm Spring night. There is no menu and the only two choices you have to make are 1.) What would you like to drink? and 2.) How spicy can you handle the ...
... a break after every song. Don't know what that was about. The view was actually beautiful but too dark to take pictures.
The Mom, from San Antonio, joined us at our table; and she watched the hostess deliver a Cosmopolitan to her 16 year old son. She told her son to bring it to her and the Hostess then found two seats for them. We talked about the Market experience and how aggressive the purse vendors were with holding on to you ...
A couple hours turned into a couple days, we're all suddenly more than comfortable with chopsticks and smog skies and ne hao's and somehow our trip is unfolding before us. Visiting the schools yesterday was incredible. Welcoming would be beyond an understatement; they were drenched in eager anticipation just to meet us. With such good english we were ushered into the first school to present the program and the kids ...
... s to keep toilet paper out of the drainage pips, but what happens when #2's sneak up on you. How do you get it out? There's no handle, no rod, or lever, not alternate toilet or anything! Panic!
We're tired, and now worried that we might have to poo at this restaurant with the weird porcelain toilet protector, so we head back to the hotel to continue our wine and dine Beijing experience. We turn in early because tomorrow we are heading back to ...
... http://www.timeoutbeijing.com/venue/Foo d__Drink-Chinese-Beijing/Beijing_Duck/1 0650/Xian-Lao-Man.html
It wasn't too hard to find, and when we got there they had a menu translated into English. We orders way too much (30 dumplings and 4 special Lao Man dumplings) but we were so hungry and it all tasted amazing! The Lao Man dumplings were larger, and had meat, shrimp and vegetables wrapped in a pastry parcel and deep fried, my God they where good. Once we finished ...