Hengshan Picardie Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... China's No.1 Shopping Street', just a few blocks from our hotel, to savour our first Chinese dinner and mastering the use of chopsticks.
We awoke on Saturday morning to a bleak and wet day. After a leisurely breakfast we headed off to the Zhujiajiao Old Town, battling Shanghai's traffic for one and a half hours. This is a well preserved ...
... it was good and Sarah tried on hers and it still wasn't right. Two out of the three dresses she got made were good but they just couldn't get the third one right as they had made it too small in the first place. After a couple of tries at adjusting it it still wasn't fixed and they said they will take it back and fix it again and it will be ready in half an hour. We went back after more than half and hour and it wasn't ready. We had waited around too long and we had to ...
Well it's been a few weeks since we’ve written, and a busy few weeks it’s been too!
Firstly, Shanghai – it was an incredible weekend as most of you know from our Facebook updates and photo’s! A real dream come true weekend.
We headed off on Thursday 11th April on the high speed bullet train from Beijing to Shanghai, taking 4hrs 50mins, stopping once at Nanjing. We had first class seats, 2 ...
... Particularly a toddler who currently enjoys sucking on his fingers, and whose chin and the whole of both hands are therefore wet with saliva at all times.
Our dirt-shock began just outside the Shanghai airport itself, right there on the curbside. Sweet Pea, overjoyed to finally be released from the confines of an airplane seat, was of course doing leaps off a concrete window ledge and smacking his palms on the sidewalk. Who could blame him? Almost ...
... food. 3. People switch seats on an hourly basis. I have never seen so many people just get up and walk around, chat with a neighbor, or switch seats with someone nearby. 4. You stand out as an American. Everyone says hi and asks you if you speak Chinese and when they realize you do not speak Chinese they proceed to try and teach you as many useful phrases as possible. 5. Anyone we brought Harbin up to responded with, "Oh, it’s cold there." It ...