Holiday Inn Express Shanghai Wujiaochang
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... the floor outside the room and within five minutes I was able to hear more muffled snores- success! He was in his bunk in the morning, having somehow got back in the room and in to bed. He had no recollection of what happened but knew he had been locked out. I owned up and he was thankfully in a good mood and joined in the laughs. I carried on blogging that morning but I am pretty sure part of my blog had been removed by the Chinese as ...
... Lemon, and in the same class we also have their group noun- Fruit. Then there are the who obviously took quite old- fashioned names from older English literature - Harry, Duke, Betty, Hilda. And then you get the ones that make you wonder what on earth they have been watching or reading to come up with Astilbe, Shaikl and Bblythe. And then there's Face. After all, it's China, so we wouldn't want to lose that!
After that, you get onto ...
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... be our tour guide to the garden. He owns a shop nearby and was
very nice and helpful. He owns a fresh water pearl farm and sells jewelry. of course I had to buy something since we was so nice to us. Also had us taste some tea. They all want us to taste the tea and tell you what each one is good for. we did make it to the garden which is beautiful. Was built over 400 years ago by a man for ...
... men very badly attempting tai chi. Other than that it is leafy, with a pond and some art galleries. We decided to ignore the other Chinese people who kept saying 'hello, where are you from?', at least the ones we spoke to asked us to take a photo of them first. We then went into the Shanghai museum to get warm. Well, it was quite boring.. Pots, clothes, currency, jade... Yawn! We wasted some time in there and had a sit and snack. We then headed for the French Concession area ...