Baolong Jinfumen Hotel
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... Forget” the devastation of things like the Cultural
Once we had
our fill of Mao we headed back into the City to meet Katrin at the French
Quarter for lunch, while we waited for her to arrive we found a place for
Indian that was really cheap but ended up being so good. The Golden Week crowds
had finally made their way to Shanghai so it was nearly impossible to walk in
the tiny alley ways never mind stopping to look in shops. While ...
... of them to be exact, skewered on a stick and then wrapped in rice paper. They were quite good and everyone was impressed at my courage of eating it without having a clue what it might be. Hey, you don’t get to be this fat without being willing to eat most anything.
After the desert the dinner continued as we all were introduced to “Wechat” which is an app for android and iPhone that allows chatting over Wi-Fi but it also ...
... masters, better electrical & Kmart haha it had everything. $500 scooters lol cheap as!! There wasn't many options around for lunch so we tried Chinese a KFC (and no it was not Kentucky fried cat) it was actually 100 times better than australian KFC it was really fresh and the burger actually looked like the photo. Back to the hotel to grab our stuff then a 1 hour drive to the airport. Left my ...
... like walking through narrow alleys in Paris, but with Chinese lanterns hanging across the street. Today it's a very trendy area with boutique shops and restaurants, so was nice to poke around. The influence of western styles on architecture is again apparent on be west side of the river, called The Bund. It is add up of a long stretch of early 1900s buildings typically 3 stories high. It was very easy to see London here as well. Previously the old banking street along ...
... shoulder, 'Hello?' and she motioned for me to turn over. Having had my eyes firmly closed for the last fifty minutes or so, eve that barely lit room seemed everso bright for my poor peepers! Needless to say they didn't stay open for longer than necessary! She then did a head massage that started with pressing her finger between my eyebrows for long enough for me to wonder whether that's how Chinese water torture begins; finally progressed to the kind of ...