Belgravia Serviced Residence
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... I bought a picnic blanket, packed a picnic lunch, purchased a kite and headed to Century park on an absolutely beautiful day to sit in the park and enjoy the greenery of spring!
WOW ! ...We love Century Park and enjoy strolling through it; however we were not prepared for the overwhelming number of people. The park was PACKED! People everywhere! Small tents, picnic blankets covered the greenery and we saw people fishing, using ...
... basilica is also off-limits. Plan B, we go to the army museum, which is open, woohoo. Tanks, missiles, aircrafts and war souvenirs. The kids really enjoy it. Nina has a particular bad day and we’re glad when it’s over. Back in the apartment, we frantically search how long the red square is closed but there’s no information, nobody knows….
I switch the TV on, searching for football games, but on the Russian news they have images of tanks parading ...
... private rooms we were served with yet another Chinese meal. I am starting to hanker for a proper Western meal but still have two weeks to go. One of the dishes was called jelly fish, but when we asked about it, it was a type of vegetable! We have no idea what some of the dishes are. Tonight we had a sweet glutinous soup with what looked like eyeballs in the bottom. Keith and I tasted it - sweet soft with a dark centre. Very strange. We were told later that it was a rice ball?? We ...
Well I'm stuffed. I had three Thanksgiving dinners in Shanghai. My mom was "shocked" that I had an actual Thanksgiving meal at an "American" restaurant. I didn't insert those quotes myself, and those of you that know my mom can hear her saying all of this.
The first night my friend Sheryl and I went to dinner at a bar/restaurant that had an all you can eat dinner. The food was good, but it was pouring down rain and not really worth what we paid. Plus, ...
... incident in finding we had been shunted by so called officials into a privately run "taxi" in an underground parking lot and not a true taxi stand, there are now well organised queues and no obvious touts.
Shanghai today is certainly part of the modern and materialistic world. Large signs advertising expensive designer goods such as Amani clothing, Longines watches and Dior ...