Forte Hotel Shanghai
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... flight will be delayed to 5 or 7pm, if we want to leave earlier then all of us will be split among several different flights and airline carriers which will be a nightmare to gather us all together in Shanghai. For now China East will shuttle us and host lunch at a nearby hotel while Charlie goes back to the airport to fight it out with the airlines so that we stay together and keep as close to our original schedule. Losing ...
... that the girl was just bored and didn't have anything to do so she decided to bother us. She wasn't even able to give us any reasonable explanation concerning her ridiculous requirement she didnīt apply to anybody else. Maybe she didnīt like the fact we were foreigners.
Another problem occurred once we got on board of the aircraft. Since there was a rain storm around the city of Shanghai we weren't allowed to take off for more than 2 hours. Sometimes things donīt ...
... so I took the rest home and had it later, definitely a good move) that the thought of any more food was painful!
On our final day in Suzhou I took Chris back to Pingjiang Lu, because Mandy had threatened us both if we didn't get any photos on Chris's camera. As Pingjiang is really pretty, it's the obvious place for pictures. We wandered along and found some little presents for him to take home, and then I introduced him to Pizza Cones. Pizza Cones were one of our ...
"I'll keep working at it."
The focus of the exhibition was Ming and Qing dynasty calligraphy.
By this time my stomach was crying for some sustenance, so we walked to Jiajia soup dumplings cafe, which is he size of a large bathroom, and the line led outside onto the footpath. Across the road was the onther dumpling place I wanted to visit so we ended up there. And they were great.
After visiting ...
... the beds in quite an unabashed manner, I saw one man sleeping comfortably in a children’s bed in one of the little display bedrooms. I was half surprised there wasn’t a ‘put your furniture together’ corner for them to play with.
But! What they say is true: IKEA feels like home, it mostly smells like home too, and if I ignore the abundance of Asians around me I can actually trick myself into believing I really am at home. So after ...