Blue Palace Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the Yu Gardens! This is a delightful garden, with ponds, goldfish, old buildings, beautiful stone structures, statues. . .. Just mesmerizing! This place used to be owned by a wealthy family and has now become a tourist attraction. We spent an hour or so walking through this space and then we had 45 minutes to shop in and amongst the narrow street and stalls! Loved this place! They were cooking all sorts of delicacies! ...
... over the knee socks. They are also obsessed with their smart phones. They are on them constantly. They even carry battery packs with them to use them longer. There is definitely less spitting in Shanghai. We have also only seen one child having a wee in the street. Which I still don't understand as there are public toilets everywhere and they are free to use. We saw a mother letting their child wee on the garden of the architecture of Shanghai ...
... and GREAT coffee. But the coffee was just the start of the menu there. Home made pizza with a very thin base and a choice of toppings, not overly complicated but very tasty. The real surprise was the pasta. Cooked to perfection with a thin sauce that was crafted from fresh tomatoes, olives, field mushrooms, and a hint of garlic and pepper. So tasty and not too filling. As a bonus they have Movie night and Photo parties. Friday night is nearly always full with families ...
... Subtitles or something since Superman is in fact an American movie. Took the 5 minute cab over and bought the tickets, apparently seats are assigned in Chinese movie theaters. The prices are equitable to those in the states because it is a luxury item. We had a 100 RMB deposit on the 3D glasses (refunded upon return) and sat down in the mostly empty theater... it was all in Chinese. There were definitely some surprised giggles out of our little block ...
... fake market in Shanghai. I got some presents for people back home, as well as a Chinese Tsing Tao beer can shaped portable speaker for Kate. Somehow, despite always getting good prices, I always walk away feeling like I could have gone lower! I do feel like I’m getting better at this though, I find in China the best way to get a bargain is not to answer their high price with a really low price and then finally meet in the middle; ...