Benjoy Hotel Shanghai Jufeng Road
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to the much-needed massage at Double Rainbow later this week! (60RMB for a hour/<$10).
I arrived at school this morning and was bombarded with flowers, candy and cards from all of my students. "Wow they love me! They really love me!" Oh, it’s Chinese Teacher Day? The cards were hilarious and really made me appreciate the decision to come here. Today I taught them numbers and I was surprised by how much they already knew. We ...
... of all the incense and Ryan, we kept telling everybody we are just Chinese tourists as we had to push our way through the crowds or be pushed.
Next stop was a private Chinese garden that was started in 1559 and completed 29 years later. This also was very crowded but the opportunities for pictures were endless. There were plenty of koi ponds, rock gardens and bridges. It was simple yet very beautiful.
Last stop was Chinatown. How ...
Tripadvisor recommended a place called 'Hi de lao'. It is a hotpot restaurant where they pride themselves on their service. From the moment you walk in, they put these plastic covers on your jacket and bags so that don't smell. If you put your cellphone on the table, they put it in a clear plastic bag so it doesn't get dirty. While waiting for your food, you can get your shoes shined. Or for the ladies, you can get a ...
... borrow her calling card. The phone call involved a lot of spelling out T-O-P-P and repeating 'plane late' but he got there in the end. Some basic Chinese wouldn't go astray, thankfully a lot of Chinese people are one-up on us and know some basic English.
So now we are sitting on our Hainan Airlines flight heading to Xi'an. In the end we did get a lunchbox meal and I can assure you that the little sachet of pepper sauce is very spicy and that I will not be having that ...
... me perfectly (I think it was an XXL in Chinese!) and it was only 250 Yuan, or approximately 25 quid, so I bought it.
Back on the bus, we were taken through the bustling city before arriving back at the hotel, where we had exactly one hour to be ready to leave again, to go to a restaurant for dinner. We had also booked to see the famous Shanghai Acrobats later that evening. On the bus Robert announced "Today is Trevor's birthday" and ...