Hengshan Picardie Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
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... stayed here.
This hotel is located two blocks from the Nanjing Road, famed as the “Number 1 Street in China.” It combines both old and new China. The 2/3 of a mile long pedestrian street lies between the Bund and the Peoples Square. There are 600 shops on both sides of the walkway, the 100 year old ones, famous brand ones, and specialty shops of different trades. It is the complete display of the varieties and brands in China. Apparently, this is ...
... on opposite ends. Very literally. At some point I discovered a method of wearing the giant duffle bag like a backpack using the two handles as straps around the shoulders. Ah, what an adventure.
My homestay family is lovely. There is this adorable 7 year old girl names KaiXin or Nikki. What a cutie. She played my violin for quite some time. She plays a Chinese instrument called the pipan and so has a basic idea of notes ...
... ice-cream, taking our time.
At least our train is announced and we eagerly board it. We’re in first class and each cabin has 2 beds, a table and a seat. There’s a shared wash basin with the next cabin. Toilets are at the end at the carriage. More importantly there’s a power outlet and it works. Relief as I can now recharge the ipads. The train is half-full and I only see westerners. The kids are excited but settle fairly quickly. At 11pm, Anna makes the ...
... in the wall for some mac and cheese, as we sat there and dried off we came up with the terrible idea to go all the way across Shanghai to the fake market in Pudong. By the time we got there and the taxi drove an extra 10 minutes to get change for us...it was time to get Ashlee to her train. We shopped for 25 minutes and that girl got Uggs, a suitcase and a scarf... not bad sista, not bad. ...
... array of tops and skirts he thought I should try on. Young women attendants soon flocked all over me, suggesting myriads of other matching styles. I have to admire the shop attendants in Chinese city stores. They too have a wonderful eye for finding what suits, especially for those feeling totally intimidated by such tiny, pretty women whose hair, unlike mine, remains dead straight defying all levels of humidity...
In no time I had amassed an armful ...