Hantin Express Shanghai Sichuan North Road
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... on Thursday evening she appeared in the kitchen with an apron on, and told me to watch how she made the dumplings :-) The frozen ones that came out of a packet :-) x 20. I think she was rather surprised at my ability to heat up some leftover rice. NB - There's no oven in the household. I remember reading once that Japanese households don't often have ovens, and I wonder if that's the same for Chinese households.
... a trip down the main street and find something to eat.
After eating and strolling home it wasn't long before we fell asleep after a long day and plenty of fresh air!
Day 3 and we were up and out for 10am. We planned to take a trip across to the French Concession part of the city. We jumped on the subway outside our hostel and It was only 10 mins to where we was going. The French Concession is a nice part of the city. It has lovely little french style ...
... case in each country I have traveled to so far, my impression of the country has greatly changed from what it was before I arrived.
Just a few weeks ago, I landed, not far from midnight, and immediately felt this was a place unlike any other I have been to.
The people here are some of the most courteous I have seen anywhere. I was prepared to put up with pushing and shoving in crowded places and people breaking in front of you when standing in ...
... so Macca’s it is. After dinner it was dark outside so we got to see the lights of Shanghai and they are not really short of a that. We walked around the dodgy back streets where it looked like most of the locals would eat dinner.
So back to the hotel now and hopefully Steve has worked it all out now and wont have any troubles with his ticket. How wrong could I be!!! He tried to get out with his bus ticket this time. Outside the station ...
... can’t be beat! The office – and my hotel – are in an area of Shanghai known as Jing’an, named for the large Jing’an Temple which takes up an entire block in the center of the neighborhood. The main road that runs east-west through the neighborhood is called Nanjing Road (or, Nanjing Lu: 南京路) and is Shanghai’s main shopping street. Think Newbury St in Boston, and you aren’t far off. The street ...