Grand Park Jiayou Hotel
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... setting as it was the hottest temperature available. Fortunately Renee did not come home for lunch because the dishwasher was like that damn Energizer Bunny. It just kept going and going and going. It kept going for almost four hours. I must have the cleanest dishes in all of China now. Because I was afraid to leave the apartment with it running I didn’t wind up going anywhere today.
I did however watch a Jackie Chan movie while in China, ...
... on the People's Square and was rebuilt in 1996. Although the building is new, everything within the museum is ancient, and I mean ancient! We started on the fourth floor in our own amazing race to see all we could see in our allotted time. We spent considerable time learning about the 50+ nationalities that make up the People's Republic of China. The collection of ceremonial dress, masks, and other items of everyday life were ...
... and we had a great noodle show-table side!! The other comical thing that has not happen to us before was when I ordered a Sprite to drink with dinner and was brought a 2 l bottle! The service was excellent as my glass was constantly refilled by the attentive servers.
On Rob’s final night in Shanghai we took him to a well-known Restaurant on the Bund Mr. and Mrs. M. It is ranked as one of the top restaurants in Shanghai with ...
... frappucinos (yummy green tea!), but many people still drink their tea to cool them down, too. Many people carry a clear bottle (like we'd put water in) with their tea leaves in it and sip it throughout the day. They refresh it several times a day until the leaves lose their flavor.
Last year I read Shanghai Girls when I was in Shanghai and it really brought this city to life. Tonight we went to the ...
... br> that time could no longer be filled by ringing friends. However, being a hardy
traveller, this was merely a minor lapse and I soon settled on the decision to
walk around my new neighbourhood. Also realising I had no food, and had not
eaten since lunch the previous day (revolting plane food being a member of the
bad flight cliches previously mentioned) the concept of food shopping seemed a
very appealing choice, albeit one which ...