Gloria Plaza Hotel Kangqiao Shanghai
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It has been quite a while since our last blog post, but the
past several weeks have been rather uneventful. Yes, even when one is on an
adventure there are quieter days. Since we returned from Viet Nam, Jim has been
working harder than his typical, and we really have not done anything “blog
worthy”. I have been busy, well, my new busy, with getting together with expat
ladies for lunch, ...
... Lunch is vegetarian lunch then to the Jade Buddha Temple; needless to say very interesting! We drank all the beer and not much food! Buddha Temple was very nice! The Jade Buddha we were not allowed to take pictures the one I liked was the laying down Buddha Walmart here we come! It was scary! The meat was out open not in glass case meat hanging! Then we ...
... The kids enjoy it. Seeing the Kremlin has made our day!
At this point, we’re a bit fed up with Russia and we spend the next couple days getting ready for our big train journey. We go to Gorky park and we play football there. But it’s cold and windy and there’s no much to do for young kids. Time to leave Moscow!
Last day in Moscow, it’s sunny and warm, we pack our stuff and walk down the street where ...
... there a guy who worked for the bank and customer who spoke English were going through the form with me when they came across a hiccup - as a foreigner I can only send the equivalent to $500 dollars abroad per day. So I decided not to do it, as I'd not been told of any such restrictions if I was going through the bank.
On the way back home I went into a Bank of China to see what was needed exactly to send money abroad, so that, when I came to doing it, ...
... to YuYuan Garden was the zig-zag bridge outside the garden. It was a lot more crowded this time due to better weather and better times. Local visitors were enjoying their country and a good thing it was to see. A walk on one of the streets in Old Town was not for the squeamish (toads, eels and other slimy creatures on sale!) but we managed to hold our gorges down. Within moments we metro'd our way across the Pu river to 21st century Shanghai and its skyscrapers. Viewing the ...