Courtyard By Marriott Shanghai Xujiahui
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... lamb, a gorgeous melt in the mouth lamb shank wrapped in aubergine which draped in to a babaganouj, accompanied with a Parmesan and rocket salad. All with a 2011 Burgundy to wash it down. Dessert was a delicious profiterole with a centre of Nutella ice-cream and a sharp citrusy chocolate sauce. As a wind down I had a 'Shanghai mojito' served on the roof terrace with the best views! And it was pretty clear so I saw the top of the ...
... the buildings, walk through a random door with a Chinese sign, walk up some stairs, turn left at the washing machine, through the kitchen, and you’re in!!! Ok, so now we know!! Fantastic lunch with freshly made noodles, yummy. Sunday evening was spent catching up with Mum & Dad on Skype, then watching the Spanish Grand Prix in the James Joyce.
This week I’ve had the British Club committee meeting, followed by a leaving lunch for 3 ...
... night, I need it as think I'm still jet lagged. Also I seem to always have the sniffles....think I'm allergic, not sure if its some kind of hay fever. I battle on anyway as don't want to miss out. The next day we decide to head to the market to do a spot of haggling. Adam's well up for it, who knew he was a shopper. We get there and head straight to the top floor, it's an indoor market not the UK style ones that are outside with market traders freezing. All the stall holders ...
... Gardens. We took the metro once more and got there in no time.
The buildings around the Yu Yuan gardens and City God Temple market looked like a feudal-era type housing and stores, but they looked fairly new. We both thought it was an interesting design and was actually quite pleasing. There were plenty of shops selling fake name-brand clothes, watches, jade jewelry, and toys, as well as your basic souvenirs. They had ...
... is the fastest on land I've ever travelled!
Gardens - i've always liked Chinese/Japanese gardens, so visited 1 in Shanghai (Yuyuan), then 3 in Suzhou. The Yuyuan garden is surrounded by a huge amount of tourist tack, huge buildings full of souvenir shops and food stalls. But once in, i really enjoyed it. There seemed to be so many different parts to the garden, each corner you went round there was something new to see (which is of course the ...