Golden Tulip Ashar Suites City Centre Shanghai
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... ladies at the front desk our passport, 6 passport size photos, and a copy of our passport. Alicia was told that her "copy" was too dark which REALLY annoyed me. How is she supposed to change that?! GAHHH! I think the eventually had to accept it. Then we were herded into another room where there were lots of tables and chairs to fill out paperwork on your medical history. Your ENTIRE medical history, in DETAIL. It was another place that felt like the ...
... had it bundled for us, then we were ushered through the secret doors to the silk clothing showroom…another opportunity to spend more money. And we did, but got some great deals on a few silk purchases.
After finishing up our purchases, we headed to the bus; it was lunch time. But before we got on the bus, we were inundated again with locals trying to sell us postcards, wallets, pens, watches, you name it.
We went ...
... which was great and then to the City God Temple and the Yu Yuen Gardens. Trying to do as much walking as possible so that I would sleep on the flight tonight! I was back at the hotel at 2 ready to catch a taxi at 3.30 to head to the airport for my flight ...
... can get confused with in English so I thought it would be funny to check with the guy and decided to translate what he had said her profession was and see her reaction. Initially she didn't understand what I'd said as the tone for prostitute was wrong and then she kept repeating that word and realised was I was saying and hit, who we presumed to be her bf and told us that he's a gigolo lol. I love how things get lost in translation here in China and I love Chinglish lol!
To make up for yesterday's lack of Asian noodles and dumplings, Nate and I hit the hotels breakfast buffet which to our surprise had noodles and dumplings galore. Our first round consisted of steamed buns with sweet bean past and pork, chive steamed buns, greens, lo meng, fruit and sweet dough buns. Although we avoided the gelatin novelties and morning soup, I hope to taste a few before the week is over. After stuffing our faces with 2 more plates of ...