Bridal Tea House Hotel (Western District)
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... 15, he began to follow Taoism. Forty years later, he achieved enlightenment and became immortal. People called him Wong Tai Sin from then on. It is said that he punishes evils, heals the wounded, and rescues the dying. Its architecture is in traditional Chinese temple style: grand red pillars, a bright and shiny golden roof adorned with blue friezes, yellow latticework, and outrageous multi-colored carvings. Aside from the Grand Hall, the ...
... food, we headed straight there. We picked up some baguettes, ham and cheese. Of course, we could not forget my florida orange drink that I love from there and also some sea salt and balsamic vinegar crisps with some sour cream and chive dip. A firm favourite back in the UK for us! As a treat for later we picked up my beloved milk chocolate buttons and some percy pigs for Colm. We went to the nearby park to eat it and thoroughly enjoyed it. I was yearning for a real pair ...
... Kong Island, it's closer than I thought. Buildings are so tall and god it's hot today I think I am actually melting!
Saw an amazing ship (pic attached) its such a shame they have cancelled the celebrations as some of the puppets and floats looked amazing
Arggggghhhhh massive thunderstorm just hit us - upside it has cooled down - downside I am so scared - send help!
... and something I can only guess was a sea cucumber. We did find a little place that had something without seafood that had a very happy pig encouraging people to come in. An adventurous cab ride in the wrong direction saved our weary legs the walk back to our thankfully cool hotel. The heat and humidity don't seem to have changed much all day although even some of the locals admitted it was a very hot day so I don't feel so bad :) ...
... buildings survived, In the forest of ultra modern skyline now. There was a push to build taller and taller skyscrapers, Shanghai has 8 of the top 100 tallest buildings in the world. Until 1988 the tallest building in Shanghai was built in the 1930's. Consumerism is more important here than culture. Shanghai is the busiest port in the world for Cargo. It was opened for outside trade 1842 after the Treaty of Nanking and by 1853 was the busiest port in China. Soon there ...