Holiday Inn Express Meilong
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Thursday 25th June
Today is our first day of the Helen Wong Tour (17 day Mighty Yangtze). It centres on the sights of Shanghai.
We spend today exploring this gracious and cosmopolitan city. We see the former Colonial Concessions along the Bund for a view of the yesterday & today of Shanghai. The area around the Bund (an Anglo-Indian term for the embankment of a muddy waterfront) is the tourist centre ...
... destination. Overall it was a crowded flight as most to and from Orlando are but at least there were no screaming babies and only one spot of turbulence, over Arkansas, which I can only hope, was us hitting a Dugger. Oh and for my friend Jenette, the guy next to me seemed to keep checking for Wi-Fi the whole flight.
We arrived safely in San Francisco and once again tried to sweet talk a gate agent into upgrading me so I ...
... around at our own pace, I was with our kids most of the time, drifting between the smaller groups... Until they all seemed to vanish. Where to look... The cafe! :-) Some of the exhibits really grabbed, mostly paper cuttings and calligraphy which after been the subject of some classes at school, the students all round had a much greater appreciation for. Lunch at the Pearl TV tower was a real treat...In the revolving restaurant! Buffet style with Chinese, ...
... he was good company. Suitcases were stashed up high—great, imagine lifting 50 plus pounds over your head in a very tight space, and there were two beds on top and two on bottom. The bottom ones are to sit on before everyone goes to sleep and when everyone gets up, so we had to be polite and eventually encourage our new friend that it was bed time so he would climb up to his bed. I finished my evening with a large bowl of noodles, then called it a day. On to a new ...
... of the school and make our way to Bachu for dinner with Leslie, Vivian and Linda Lu. A very lovely visit and food couldn’t have been better. A fabulous meal: beans, gung pow chicken, 2 steamers of jaozi, steaming spicy potatoes, steaming cabbage too, chicken boney thing Vivian ordered, tofu dish, sticky rice cubes, beef and red pepper and onion, rice. Everything was delicious, rinsed down with snow beer. Vivian asked me about a formal English name for her daughter, ...