Grand Kempinski Hotel Shanghai
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We woke up to a simply beautiful day in Shanghai.
The sun was shining, the sky was blue, it was a perfect 22 C and the air quality
was in the low 50's. So everything was calling us to spend time outdoors. In one
of Bettina's numerous excursions she had heard of Zuibaichi park in the
Songjiang district. It is one of 5 large classical gardens in Shanghai and is 5
hectares, 12 acres in size. It was constructed at the beginning of the Qing ...
... usually on upper floors rather than street front. It was a huge Dining Room and we were the only westerners in there. Tells alot of a restaurants reputation when it is totally full. We ordered the duck and David seemed reluctant to try it. The skin was sliced and laid on the plate along with nice pieces of the duck meat. You sweep the duck meat and skin in plum sauce, lay scallions and cucumbers thinly sliced on top and roll it up like ...
... confused. When I learned what she really needed I called Claire back at the dorm and asked her to get into my room so she could take a picture of my visa information and send it to me over email so they could see it. This whole thing could have taken half an hour. Once the desk lady got that information I was good to go.
This time I was sure my adventures were over. I got back on the subway and went to people square and got a cab to take me to the Yu gardens where ...
... s not any cooler here. They’re organised to receive hoards of tourist and it’s easy to get around. We’re lucky to be there in the morning and watch young children to young adults practice/learn kung-fu skills. Seeing 6 year olds do back flips is impressive. There must be a few hundred children on the large square which serves as the training ground. After this, we move on to the show where we watch young adults demonstrate their skills. An annoying ...
... other adventures the past couple of weekends, but I don't want to go into all the details so for a quick summary we went to a restaurant for our fist Brunch. After getting lost and trying to find our way there after about and hour, we finally found the place. The food was good and they also served drink refills until 4:30 where we sat all afternoon and played cards. Alex and Scott taught Lindsey and I how to play ...