Xinfazhan Guhua Garden Hotel
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... space. We stopped at a beautiful teahouse, and after clinking glasses with Victoria, Sebastian tried rose and green tea.
Next stop, a walk on The Bund and river boat tour. The river boat was a simple ride on the river but a nice way to see Shanghai architecture. The walk on The Bund allowed both boys to take a snooze in the stroller, despite the typhoon winds! We completed our marathon touring day with a nice Thai dinner and happily showered from an entire days worth of ...
That afternoon we went to the antique market. It was quite cool walking through it and checking out all of the interesting things but apparently most of it isn't actually antique and you would only buy something because you liked it not because it was an antique.
These two nights Phoebe took us to amazing restaurants again. It was all such tasty food. ...
... I met my friend Tracey for coffee, and a trip to the 798 Art District for a cultural wander which was lovely in the sun. Last visit was in the depths of winter, so it looked totally different. Andy got his haircut (the Mohican had to go!!) and chilled out at home. That evening, a girls night had been planned for a while, so around 14 of us ladies met for cocktails at Flamme, before going to a new Mexican restaurant Cantina Agave, for margaritas & fajitas, very ...
... We want to be eating what the locals eat, so its pork/vegetable buns for breakfast (which beat the pork buns at home by a long shot) and donuts wrapped in crepes. Aadi has taken to pork sticky rice – of course she has to like the food which is the messiest to eat!
There’s a small, bustling market not far from our hostel which we’ve visited a few times in the mornings now. This is where the locals buy their food for the day. Most wouldn’t have ...
... relating to my cough - Check (I now have a Chinese medical card and spent less than £6). Book my flight to Japan - erm oh thats expensive (£LOADS). After a bit of creative flight planning with skyscanner. I ended up booking a flight to Hong Kong, then a return flight from there to Tokyo and back - and somehow this ended up costing significantly less than a direct flight Shanghai - Tokyo and a direct flight Tokyo - Hong Kong, despite being about 2000 miles less travelling. Weird. ...