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... We bought two pillows which had been vacuumed packed to lie flat and hopefully will spring out to shape when we open the parcel. Silk is supposed to be very good for anyone who has any allergies or asthma or sleeping problems. Our next visit by contrast was to the Shanghai Museum which is a huge modern building containing some beautiful jade and porcelain etc. The Grand Theatre is also close by and both buildings look like huge Chinese characters. ...
... after WW2? There were some Jews already in Shanghai and they assisted with the papers and approvals needed for the refugees to settle as "Recognized Displaced People". There was a Jewish news paper, bakeries and cafés, and even a Yiddish Theatre set up but we did not recognize anybody or names in the pictures. About the only time that our guide became animated was when Lee and I saw the story of the Pulvermacher Family with a photo of the now Pulver family. ...
... flair. After beheading and cooking the shrimp, the cook looked at us holding up the shrimp heads and asked if we wanted them deep fried. Tyler looked at Jim, Jim looked at Tyler, smiles of approval all around and they were soon eating deep fried shrimp heads !
Fun and exploration continued in Beijing where we had famous Beijing duck the night before touring the Great wall. Beijing duck, wrapped in the pancakes with sauce ...
... despite the blue sky, visibility was still very bad- but really swanky & nice hotel (with not so nice prices). We took the train back (quicker & less schlepping in the heat) and then walked along the east nanjing road pedestrian mall again. We were quite starving after having only eaten breakfast, so we went into the world tower and found, what seemed like a popular local place, called Ajisen ...
... Jan's friend supplies the meat to this restaurant so he hangs out there quite a bit. We ate burgers and french fries there and had all you could drink beer and pop for 99 RMB (about $16). The burgers were pretty good. We tried some homemade liquor made by Jan's friend. He calls it "black pig" and it tastes similar to Jagermeister. So, we hung out at the Red Rooster for most of the night then headed home.
This past Sunday, Lindsey, Al, Heather, Ashley, Caitlyn, and ...