Cachet Boutique Shanghai
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... the dirtys. We needed to as we were in the country that invented the organized laundry. Of course we rinsed the bath out first. The Bund, the sprawling business side of the Huangpu River that splits Shanghai, is the most amazing and inspiring eclectic array of high rise buildings each one trying to outdo the other with architectural artistry and innovation. The newest one is a tower that does not rise uniformly up from it's base. Upon closer inspection sections of ...
... designated for the French, consisting of today's Luwan and Xuhui Districts. Luwan's Huaihai Road is a busy shopping street. Xuhui is also ever popular for tourists and is home to Shanghai Stadium. The tree-lined avenues and their many Tudor mansions in the area still retain an air of the "Paris of the East". We made a few purchases, mine of non perishable goods and Lorna's pepperoni pizza, never seen anyone so happy...... Well that was until ...
... A Montreal Deli. Let me start by saying I simply do not tell Bettina how Amazing she is often enough (Like every second) Tock's is a Montreal style Deli on the Puxi side of Shanghai. The main features are Montreal Smoked Meat and Poutine. Upon entering the restaurant my eyes captured the Canadian Flag and then the Fleur de Lis, but soon I saw the clear proof that this was an awesome and authentic Montreal Deli as ...
... street. I also can't help but feel that I could be in New York, think it may be the cabs, wide pavements, steam coming out of some holes in the pavement & fast food everywhere. We finally make it there, it's across the river from us and the skyline looks amazing with the hazey (is that a word lol) sunset. After taking it in we decide to not get the tube or bridge across but pay a bit extra for the sightseeing tunnel. I'd quickly read something about it but wasn't sure what ...
... kids excited as well. My kids are singing a song called Little Snowflake which I never heard of until I got here, but it is very catchy and the kids know it very well.
So now onto some of the fun things we have done the past couple of weekends that I would like to share. A couple of weeks ago we went to our Pizza Friend Louise's house where her mama cooked us a delicious homemade Chinese family meal. We had lots of choices of food and all of it ...