Hanting Hotel (Shanghai The Bund Waibaidu Bridge)
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... he could get better. I felt so bad for the people who had to sit next to us and around us hacking and coughing sicky's!
Our neighbour Eland was so kind and so sympathetic...and he shared his back with us...he had cupping done and he was a polka dotted man...so funny!
It was a long flight and we were so happy to be going home.
... feel more like home. While all this Christmas fun was happening, we had a maintenance man come to fix a few of our burned out light bulbs. I was able to speak a little Mandarin to him, and I tricked him into thinking I could speak as well by just replying yes to his statements about going to get some other bulbs (I just assumed this is what he meant, I by no means could understand him). When we came back, Scott was talking to him, and he kept looking at me like I should ...
... food when people approached. Some of the monkeys were so fat, and not many looked particularly happy. It was a fairly disheartening day, and left us feeling a bit homesick for places where people obeyed signs, and where zoos are places where animals are respected. It also didn’t help that we sometimes felt like we were on display too with lots of "covert" photos taken of ...
Finally, the nasty Shanghaiese bacterias have attacked and broken through my defences and my poor body has succumbed to their evil menace, leaving me bent double in the agonising grip of stomach cramps. That's what I get for brushing my teeth with water that smells of dirt. Or maybe it was the numerous beers I had at the pub quiz the night before.
Anyway, I wasn't going to let them win, so I fought back with shopping. My new found love. I lurched on over to the ...
... maidenhair tree with cloisters around it
· Dianchun Hall which includes Hexu Hall, Relic Hall, Ancient Well Pavilion and Acting-Singing Stage. It was also the HQ of the rebel group Xiaodao Hui 1853-55 (see their coins and notices)
· Hujing Hall
· Yuhua Hall
· Inner Gardens- built 1709 and originally not part of Yu Yuan but joined to it later.
Shanghai specialties light, fresh and tasty. snacks Tangbao, ...