Hengshan Picardie Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... with people trying to sell absolutely anything! Including a pair of clip on wheels that strap to your shoes so u can use them as roller skates. This was to good to ignore so I had to buy a pair and they proved to be a lot more difficult to use than they look, a possible hospital visits looks likely trying these things out! We them stumbled across a big smelly animal market packed with cages ...
... it would be wrecked by the sheer number of people walking on it. It's good to see a variety of activities in the parks: more dancers and card players today, as well as a badminton match.
The Chinese seem to love their lights too and so many of the ground gardens and trees are covered in pretty lights. No wonder they love/need our coal - quite apart from the size of the population.
Apparently tomorrow there will be a wind chill factor of minus 10. Oh ...
... We went for a walk down to the bund which was beautiful! - Jackie I really enjoyed the activities we did, I got to try some Chinese calligraphy which was so much fun! The school children were really friendly and meeting them was great. Quite a lot of them couldn't speak much English but we still managed to communicate. The audience in the concert surprised me quite a bit because they were not really very polite. They talked a lot and also walked in and out ...
... br> Arriving into Shanghai was a bit of a culture shock, the language barrier makes conversation a lot of fun and the smells of Shanghai are aromatic to say the least. That hasn't stopped us exploring.
Yesterday (Sunday) we headed off nice and early to explore the old city. Bright eyed and bushy tailed, with little more than a tube map and a ****** iphone app to ...
... hall. Waiting there were three older men with a plethora of
foreign-to-us instruments scattered about. We sat down and our translator
explained the significance of some of the instruments and songs we would be
hearing, and then we got a mini-concert. We were blown away and flattered when
they performed 3 Christmas carols learned specifically for the occasion. A
couple tunes were slightly hard to recognize, but considering they probably had