Cypress Garden Hotel
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... north of the river. It didn't take us long to grab a ride for her but after the event we discovered that she was royally stung again by the Chinese taxi bug! To go the same distance as we were going she was charged a ridiculous amount, though it did take us a further 15 minutes to hail a taxi prepared to drive just a few miles down the road! Makes me wish I learned some Chinese before we left England!
I'm not sure that we were able to give Lee a good ...
... makes you gag and your eyes water I physically couldnt do it! When I went up the vue bar the night before I was chatting to an American who had tried a lot of foods and was talking me through some of them. The one that topped it for me... Bird foetus, half developed, RANK. Im not such an adventurous foody afterall. To be honest I seriously dont trust the hygiene going on here either. ...
... guy who thought some of his products were just hilarious like the T-shirt of Obama wearing a Mao style communist cap and titled "Obamao".
Also visited Xintiandi, an area of largely re built Sikamen houses and is now an upmarket retail and dining complex.
Loved stolling though Fuxing Park. Today is the first day of the National Holiday Week and everybody was out. Enjoyed watching the kite fliers. Their kites looked to be about a kilometre high - a really long ...
... road for the boys. Nanjing Road is Shanghai's huge pedestrian shopping street. They have brand name stores and restaurants along the main road while vendors line the smaller side streets. We stopped at a small store to look at scarves and then stopped in one of the snack stores to try and find Matty P snacks. We were finally successful, meaning we found reasonable priced pistachios and a snack made of dried hawthorne similar to fruit leather alongside the drunken duck livers and slices ...
... from Newark. The airport is a breeze – testament to the efficiency of some parts of Chinese society? I'll never know, but it was sparkling and I swear I’ve never made it through Customs so quickly in my life. My first two days here passed in a bit of a jet-lagged haze. I managed to wander a large loop around my neighborhood on my first evening, and considered the day a success after finding a grocery store that had yogurt, oatmeal and other ...