Belgravia Serviced Residence
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... next to a westerner with his girlfriend speaking perfect Chinese! I tried a couple of the same dishes we had in our first experience. In beginning years of tourism, you wouldn't dare leave your hotel for individual dining. What a long way it has come.
With everything coming to an end, it was bitter sweet to look at our group (and groups). Our last day was a view from one of ...
... joined in most of the conversation. Marco was very nice and I found that he is from Rio! How cool! I ate duck legs for my meal and LOVED it. The meat was dark and came right off the bone! It came with steamed broccoli, too. The night view from the hotel was GORGEOUS! Mads p.s. Susan and Arnie had to leave because Susan's Mom died. How sad : ( I hope they are ...
... everywhere. Did I mention free WiFi: A great place to end the week. Perfect!
I'm writing this part sitting in a pub at Thumb Plaza Shopping Center about 15 minutes (RMB20) by taxi from the hotel. It's a Saturday night. I'm watching Australian Rugby League and listening to a Chinese folk singer belting out Bob Dylan. Welcome to "The Irishmans Pub". The food has an emphasis on 'traditional Irish' fare: Shepherds Pie, Black Pudding, ...
We went to dinner to a restaurant in another hotel. We sat "family style" Real Egg Drop soup, Kung Pao Chicken, Beef with peppers, Curry Chicken, cabbage with fungii, brown noodles (my new favorite dish), fried fish, rice and watermellon for dessert. You only get one drink, no refills.
After dinner we strolled along the river in the Bund.
Then we explored ...
Unfortunately there is no KFC there, it is very quiet and quite cold too. We buy chips that are dreadful before John buys some Lays that are better. I also try a dried mango, but toss that too, munching only on the predictable vanilla cookies. Soon enough it is time to get on our short train ride and then tackle the myriad of stairs and transfers to get ourselves from Metro at train station to East Nanjing Road, transferring at People's Square with many others onto the next line. Linda ...