Crowne Plaza Hotel Lake Malaren
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... walked, which made up for missing out on the museum. We were also shown inside other homes in the area, where six families share one kitchen (with six stoves) but only one toilet. We had lunch in a local temple, a delicious mushroom noodle soup, which was a different experience. We've found the Chinese people to be among the friendliest and helpful we've ever met. Nevertheless, the image of modern China is rather scary. The scale of development is ...
... was in Cairo and at the time I believed it to be caused by the blowing sand, but it is just air pollution.
Today didn’t hold any real great adventure in Shanghai. I did manage to make edible eggs on toast for breakfast. I still need some practice to get the hang of this induction cooktop but I guess that is really more of a learning curve anyone would go through when changing technologies. The biggest challenge I faced today was figuring ...
... Lucy (in the sky with diamonds) delivered us safely to the security checkin and watched us every step of the way out of Xiamen....like a mother hen shepherding us in the right direction. Flight was a little late, but true to form, our next "friendly China guide", Miranda, was waiting for us in Shanghai. It was a national holiday in China - Labour Day - and there were so many people travelling and on the roads. Our driver could not get to the airport because a ...
... the huge customs queues and made it was a few minutes to spare. We had a pretty good flight and managed to get some sleep though poor old Sam was stuffed in the last row of the place - 35 rows further back than our previously confirmed and paid for seats!!!!
Dramas over - nope - we get to Shanghai and the bag with all Colin's clothes and Jen's toiletries and underwear is still at Rome - sorry Sir - while you paid ...
... towards People’s Square. On the walk I serenaded her with as many Italian songs as I could think of; mostly cheesy old stuff like Gianni Morandi’s Fatti Madare della Mamma, and Fred Buscaglione’s Piccola Cosi :D And when I ran out of those I moved onto Disney classics like Under The Sea (Sebastian’s Jamaican accent included!) It was all very romantic! You can blame my knowledge of such ….’classics’ on one of our eccentric Italian teachers ...