Courtyard By Marriott Shanghai Xujiahui
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... the asking price on a few mementoes. We taxied here and there and our confidence doing this has certainly grown in the time we have been in China.
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... Not cheap- probably our most expensive meal in China.
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... other part while I enjoyed the foot (mostly just skin and bones, I dont understand what all the fuss is about). After settling the bill we made it back to our welcoming hostel room and called it a night pretty early while watching European ESPN (Real Madrid beat Lyonnais).
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