Holiday Inn Express Shanghai Wujiaochang
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... and she was making omelets for people. We also saw one of the work trucks. On some of the walls there were signs, such as no littering, no peeing in public, and my favorite, no pooping in the street.
Down the road a ways was a Buddhist temple. Between the village and the temple was a small river/creek that had trash piled up on the sides. There was a lady with a shovel working in the trash pile. It was really saddening.
... the opposite of Tongli: fully commercialised and as a result, full of tourists. However, it was still really pretty with its many arched bridges worn down by centuries of footprints. Amongst the many commercial shops are lots of tea rooms with little balconies over the canal. We stopped at one but it was far too cold to be sitting outside although a Taiwanese couple arrived and braved the chill. Not for us! We enjoyed the tea ceremony learning how the ...
... I did find this quite rude Saturday and today. Quite interesting. Another interesting thing was the sound quality. The audio, sound quality was very poor. The speakers were of a very poor quality and it appeared the guys operating the system really did not know what they were doing. The whole performance was extremely loud and distorted, with a lot of feedback. On the other hand it looked amazing! They had a 3D projector (I thing we should have one of these in the ...
... bright, symbolizing rebirth, resurrection and cleansing. Lotus flower has been associated with the human soul, gods and goddesses and featured in stories and legends. The lotus flower meaning ranges from divine purity and enlightenment, as in Buddhism, wealth, as in Hinduism, to rebirth, as in the ancient Egyptian religion. There were rows and rows of lotus flower throughout the garden! It was a ...
... stores. Then one street over you are hit with old fashioned China: the smell of noodles sizzling, the bustle of crowded antique markets, chatter of old Chinese ladies and old men playing chess on the street. We thought Beijing was a city of contrast but is nothing compared to Shanghai in that regard.
We toured a museum which was an old house in the French concession restored to its 1920s décor and setup, which was fascinating, and then Sally showed us a bird ...